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  1. Frank Rogers is currently the CEO of Spirit Music Nashville and President/Founder of Fluid Music Revolution as well as a hit songwriter and record producer. After a stint as Vice President at EMI Music Publishing, Rogers formed Sea Gayle Music in 1999 along with Brad Paisley and Chris DuBois.

  2. Frank Mandeville Rogers V (born in Florence, South Carolina, United States) is an American record producer, songwriter, music publisher and session musician. In 1990, Rogers moved to Nashville, attending Belmont University and graduating with a Music Business degree. While at Belmont, he met friend and future collaborator Brad Paisley.

  3. Jul 19, 2018 · May 9, 1931 – July 19, 2018 Frank Andrew “Andy” Rogers, age 87, of Nashville, passed away Thursday, July 19, 2018 at Brown County Community Health and Living. He was born to Andrew Jackson “Jack” Rogers and Jane (Safford) Rogers, May 9, 1931 in Indianapolis, where his father was an executive with the Marmon Motor Car Company.

    • Nashville, IN
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  4. May 06, 2019 · May 6, 2019 By Music Business Worldwide Spirit Music Group has appointed Frank Rogers to Chief Executive Officer, Spirit Music Nashville. Rogers will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of Spirit Music Nashville’s creative and operational activities. The current President of Spirit Music Nashville, Daniel Hill, is leaving the company.

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  5. Frank Rogers, a native of Florence, has produced 24 No. 1 country hits, with his 25th topping the Billboard Hot Country Songs last week. “Alright” is the third consecutive single released off of...

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  7. The salesman was about to leave for lunch when Rogers walked in. He put off his break and got a sale – but he also told Frank that he’d studied the music business at a college in Nashville called Belmont. Rogers applied, and when he was accepted, he bowed out of attending the College of Charleston.

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