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APA Opens Offices in Nashville

APA has opened new offices in Nashville, Tennessee, marking the agency’s growing footprint in the country music industry.

The new office space in Music City follows APA’s recent expansion with a new international office in London. The agency also has offices in Beverly Hills, Calif., and New York City.

APA — which represents many country artists including Dolly Parton — will be located in the iconic One Nashville Place building. The agency is taking over the 15,000 square foot penthouse suite, which overlooks downtown Nashville.

“Our move to One Nashville Place speaks to our exceptional growth over the years, and our team’s commitment and passion for our clients,” said APA’s Steve Lassiter, senior vice president and partner. “APA Nashville represents some of the most talented, notable and celebrated entertainers in country and adult contemporary music, as well as some very promising emerging artists. Our vision has always been growth-oriented, and I look forward to what is to come.”

For their Tennessee office (photo below), the agency hired designer Kathy Anderson of Anderson Design Studio to craft the interior look and style of the new space.

“We wanted a simple, elegant and comfortable design creative that our guests would remember every time they visit,” Lassiter added. “By commissioning Kathy and her team, we knew we’d have someone with the taste, skills and reputation to work with our sensibilities and pull off an amazing job.”

Aside from Parton, APA reps Travis Tritt, Clint Black, Charlie Daniels Band, and for concerts, Kiefer Sutherland, who announced his debut folk album and tour this past March.

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