Nancy Tunick founded GrassRoots Promotion with Teresa Johnston-Chance in 1996 and has been managing partner of GrassRoots Promotion since 2002 where she presently consults artists and record label clients while directing GrassRoots Promotion’s operations. Nancy also served as Vice-President of Promotion at Warner Bros. Records Nashville, Vice-President of Promotion at VFR Records where her team made history by taking Mark McGuinn’s debut single into the Top 10 of Billboard’s Country chart, making it the highest debut from an independent country artist in three decades, and prior to that was National Promotion Director at Asylum Records. She was named by Music Row Magazine as the Best Independent Record Promoter for 2004 after she developed and implemented the strategy behind the radio success of Randy Travis’ “Three Wooden Crosses” which resulted in the first #1 Country single for a Christian song in the history of Billboard magazine. Tunick began her music career after college as an on-air personality and music director in various formats of radio that included Urban, Classical, Jazz and Country. She currently serves on the St. Jude Country Cares Advisory Board and has previously consulted Hear The Music Live, a national non-profit that provides concert going experiences to children in residential foster care homes and orphanages and served on the board of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Middle TN. Nancy is also the Rabbi at Temple B’nai Israel in Florence, AL and is a cantorial singer, composer and motivational speaker.