Chicago-based Aware Records / A-Squared Management is opening a satellite office in Nashville, TN, on September 26, 2011. The Nashville office will be headed by artist manager Josh Terry.

Aware was founded in 1993 by Gregg Latterman with the simple intention to find the best unsigned acts in the country and increase their national exposure & currently acts as both a record label and artist management firm under the same roof. The label’s early success included launching the careers of John Mayer, Five For Fighting & Train. As a label, Aware Records has a joint venture with Universal Republic & currently represents Mat Kearney & Guster. In 1999, Aware also started an artist management company, A-Squared Management, which today represents the careers of A Rocket To The Moon, Brandi Carlile, Jack’s Mannequin, This Providence, Mayday Parade, Motion City Soundtrack, Mat Kearney, Anya Marina, Cary Brothers, Five For Fighting, Jason Lehning, Matthew Mayfield, Rachel Platten,  & Vedera.
Terry manages A Rocket To The Moon, Mayday Parade, & This Providence as well as working on the management teams for Mat Kearney, Motion City Soundtrack, & Vedera.
Aware Nashville will be located at 124 12th Ave. South, Ste. 410, Nashville, TN 37203. Josh Terry can be reached via email at josh@awaremusic.com.
For more information visit www.awaremusic.com

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