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RAB Board Members Treated to Special Performance by GRAMMY-Nominated Tayla Parx

Posted in News on October 24, 2019
Pictured (L-R) after Tayla Parx’s performance are: Cox Radio Group Executive Vice President Bill Hendrich, President & CEO Radio Advertising Bureau Erica Farber, BMI singer-songwriter Tayla Parx, Bonneville International Senior Vice President Business Affairs & General Counsel Mike Dowdle, BMI’s Jessica Frost and Entercom Regional President and RAB Board Chair Susan Larkin.
Pictured (L-R) after Tayla Parx’s performance are: Cox Radio Group Executive Vice President Bill Hendrich, President & CEO Radio Advertising Bureau Erica Farber, BMI singer-songwriter Tayla Parx, Bonneville International Senior Vice President Business Affairs & General Counsel Mike Dowdle, BMI’s Jessica Frost and Entercom Regional President and RAB Board Chair Susan Larkin.

The Radio Advertising Bureau’s (RAB) fall board meeting, held recently (10/15) at the St. Regis in Atlanta, GA, was highlighted by a performance from BMI singer-songwriter Tayla Parx. The GRAMMY-nominated, Atlantic Recording Artist performed in front of radio leadership of some of the top radio groups from across the country including Hubbard Radio, Cox Media, Entercom and Beasley Media. Parx became the first female songwriter to have three simultaneous top 10 songs—“7 Rings” and “thank u, next” (Ariana Grande) and double-platinum “High Hopes” (Panic! At The Disco) — in the Billboard Hot 100 since 2014. Parx notably penned six songs on Grande’s smash hit thank u, next album. She also had four cuts on Janelle Monáe’s Dirty Computer, which received a GRAMMY® nomination for Album of the Year.

In addition to writing for other artists, in March of this year, Tayla released her full-length debut, We Need To Talk, which was driven by the singles “I Want You” and ballad “Easy.”