|Michael Fleming||Jen Gunderman||Doug Howard||Mark Allen Jackson||Kim Roberts Johnson|
|Will Leggett||Bill Levine||Amy Macy||Joseph Morgan||Rachel Morris|
|Martha Norkunas||Odessa Settles||Stephen Shearon||Louis Woods|
Select one of the names above to see a brief bio for that council member.
Amy Macy, Associate Professor of Recording Industry (MTSU)
Amy Macy, Associate Professor and recent music business internship coordinator, received
both her undergraduate degree in Music Education and her Master’s degree in Business
Administration from Belmont University. For fifteen years, she worked for various
labels including MTM, MCA, Sparrow Records, and the RCA Label Group, where she helped
create strategic marketing plans for launching new releases into the marketplace,
including those by Martina McBride, Kenny Chesney, Clint Black, Alabama, and Lonestar.
Amy was also responsible for all sales at the national retail level with clients including
Walmart, Kmart, Target, Best Buy, and Musicland – all the while communicating key
marketing strategies coast to coast with RLG’s national distributor Bertelsmann Music
Group. Since securing her teaching position at MTSU, she has served as the Music Business
Internship Coordinator for 8 years and has taught Marketing of Recordings, Record
Retail Operations, Survey of the Recording Industry, the Lecture Series, and an Old
Time String Band Music Ensemble. Amy is also a performing musician and has toured
professionally with several artists worldwide. She is a vocalist and is accomplished
on guitar, fiddle, and banjo. Recently Amy performed in musicals at Nashville’s famous
Ryman Auditorium as well as the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and continues to
be “an artist in residence” at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
MTSU Box 41
1301 E. Main Street
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Bragg Media & Entertainment Bldg.