Bonnie Stewart

Client Management

Bonnie Stewart is a South Carolina native who moved to Nashville in 2014 as a transfer student from Clemson to Belmont University to complete her degree in Music Business and pursue her songwriting career. The day she got to town she hit the ground running building her resume in the music industry, starting her time interning at an entertainment attorney firm followed by moving into music licensing at BMI. After graduation in 2016, Bonnie worked at the Buntin Group as a brand manager helping to run national and regional advertising campaigns from cable television buys to social media ads. After a brief stint running social strategy and accounts for a-list country musicians, she decided to take the leap to work for herself consulting in music marketing for the last three years and joined us as the Admin Queen of Streaming Promotions. In her spare time, she hangs with her 9 year old Golden Retriever, Nash, and tries to squeeze in every pilates class she can…followed by a glass of wine.

Rose Coppola


The Steel City native, Rose made her way to Nashville to study Commercial Voice, Music Business, and Audio at Belmont University. After graduating with a Bachelors in both music and business, Rose found herself in search for a place in the music industry. Streaming Promotions became the perfect fit for her to continue indulging in new music and to take part in the ever changing streaming world. As an artist herself, she has been exposed to the eclectic genres, and the underground music scene that Nashville has been fostering over the last couple years. A huge fan of EDM and House music, Rose can be found at many events around the city where her close friends and DJs perform. You can also find Rose teaching at Cyclebar the Gulch, West Nash, and Maryland Farms, and curating her ROSEGOLD playlist on Spotify.

Taylor Sloane

Human Resources

Taylor is originally from Atlanta.   She attended the Univeristy of Alabama and interned at The Grand Ole Opry before cutting her teeth in digital marketing, then management, and major labels.