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Jeff Berry's Favorites of 2009

Posted January 6, 2010 by in Management

In order to celebrate the launch of a brand new year we have asked our staff to reflect on 2009 a little prior to tackling 2010. So we asked them to answer a few simple questions:

5 Favorite Songs of 2009
4 Favorite Albums of 2009
3 Favorite Movies of 2009
2 Favorite TV Shows of 2009
1 Favorite Moment of 2009
__________

NAME:
Jeff Berry
TITLE:
VP of Artist Management

SONGS

Because I typically have a vested interest in everything – my top songs typically reflect something that I’ve been involved in or friends….

  1. “Back & Forth” – Lanae Hale
  2. “Open Hands” – Matt Papa
  3. “I’ll Stand by You” – High Valley
  4. “Starving Artist Christmas” – Lanae Hale
  5. “Party in the USA” – Miley Cyrus: ok, not really – but couldn’t think of #5

ALBUMS
I buy songs not CDs. Can I say that?

MOVIES
I have a 8 month old. I haven’t seen a movie this year.

TV SHOWS

  1. Always Law & Order SVU
  2. And of course GLEE, because I was always the lead singer in my show choir

MOMENT
The birth of Elliston Berry on April 24, 2009. You wanna see a picture of this beautiful girl?

Ellis, Jake, and Parker

About The Author: Jeff Berry

Jeff Berry earned his MBA at Baylor--and took the logical next step of becoming a worship leader. After teaching for five years at Baylor, Berry departed to lead worship in scenic Abilene, Texas, at an interdenominational Bible study that grew from a hundred students to over a thousand. He developed an interest in artist management out of that experience, and after running a studio and his own management company, he migrated to Tennessee, where he serves as Centricity's vp of artist management. Jeff is 'most likely to be listening to conservative talk radio' at any given moment in the Centricity offices.

  1. Mindy said

    Party in the USA….I could think of one……My Last Amen.

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