Tracy Gershon has discovered, nurtured and developed a wide range of top-selling musical talent during her multi-faceted career as an A&R executive, a music publishing VP, and as an artist manager. During her A&R career at Warner Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment, Gershon signed award-winning platinum-seller Miranda Lambert and help guide the careers of top stars that include Blake Shelton, Randy Travis and Faith Hill.
Gershon, in association with Red Light Management, currently oversees the career of artist Natalie Stovall while serving as an independent artist development, music publishing and A&R consultant for a variety of clients. In 2014, she co-founded "Change The Conversation," a coalition addressing gender bias within the music industry. The group provides education and helps to foster a supportive community of female executives and artists.
As a creative executive at Warner Chappell and Sony Music Publishing she worked with a diverse roster of writers; her signings included Kacey Musgraves, Carlene Carter and The Mavericks. While at Sony Music Entertainment she served as an on-air judge and associate producer on the USA Network hit series "Nashville Star" for two years. Gershon recently helmed the A&R department at indie label Rounder Records, where she signed or guided artists as diverse as Blackberry Smoke, Bela Fleck, Sean McConnell, Mark O'Connor, Jerry Douglas, Sara Evans and honeyhoney.
Gershon currently is a Trustee for the Nashville chapter of The Recording Academy and has also served on the boards of Leadership Music, The Nashville Music Council, The Actor's Bridge and Crossroads, Nashville.
Gershon has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Nashville Business Journal's "Woman in Music City" award for three consecutive years between 2015-2017. She also received the Nashville Lifestyles Magazine's top ten "Women In Business" award in 2016.