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Beth Raebeck Hall

Founder, MusicRow411 & CrazyRae Music

A native New Yorker, Beth Raebeck Hall is known as a spitfire thinker and creative spark plug. She is a Grammy-nominated songwriter/artist, award-winning writer, published author, and entrepreneur. Founder/owner of MusicRow411, a digital learning platform and CrazyRae Music (BMI), she co-founded the world’s largest songwriting festival, Tin Pan South and created the brand. Hall’s razor-sharp insight, and ability to help young companies move forward is well known. Uniquely, she has served on all sides of the equation founder/advisor, client/agency, the brand/brand advocate,the talent and a unilateral connector.

Passionate about music,tech,entrepreneurs, and education,Hall has advised over 60 Music Tech startups, over 100 startup and small companies, and mentored hundreds of students.She enjoys sharing her expertise and vision as an entrepreneur, brand strategist, and corporate/creative communication to help young companies realize their vision and goals.

Her extensive career has included executive roles in banking, communications/media, entertainment and non-profit organizations. In addition to mentoring at the Wond’ry, Ms. Raebeck Hall is one of the most requested mentors/advisors for Project Music at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center’s, Grammy U, and A.I.M.P.

Recently Hall was instrumental in helping raise 12mm for Family & Children’s Service where she is Director of Development & Community Relations. Hall has a long history of community service, serving on many boards including the Metro Arts Commission, Cumberland Heights, W.O. Smith Music School and the Junior League of Nashville. Hall received a B.S. from Vanderbilt University.

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