iHeartMedia’s Lisa Worden wins International Music Person of The Year award at MUSEXPO Creative Summit 2022

MUSEXPO Creative Summit 2022 returns to Burbank, California for its first in-person event since 2019.


The MUSEXPO Creative Summit, scheduled to take place March 20-23, is part of a week-long series of events that includes the Global Synch & Brands Summit, the A&R Summit and the Global Rock Summit held as part of California Entertainment Week ( which takes place March 20-25, 2022).

As part of California Entertainment Week, MUSEXPO will present the MUSEXPO International Music Person of the Year award to Lisa Worden, Vice President of Rock And Alternative for “one of the most influential and respected figures in the audio, multimedia and music communities”. iHeartMedia.

MUSEXPO says Worden, who is also program director of ALT 98.7, LA’s New Alternative, “has played a key role in breaking artists like Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Beck, Blink 182, Weezer, Florence + The Machine, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Jewel, Cardigans and 100 others on the US radio market.

The event will also bring together MUSEXPO attendees to recognize Worden’s achievements during a special VIP Awards Gala Luncheon on Tuesday March 22nd supported by A&R Worldwide. 300 entertainment, Atlantean Records, Capitol Records, Caroline, City of Burbank, unityDef Jam Recordings, Elektra Records, Interscope Records, Red Bull Songs, Records of the Republic & Warner Records.

Lunch includes special presentations from Sat Bisla, President and Founder, A&R Worldwide / MUSEXPO; an executive of iHeartMedia; the city of Burbank; and representatives of the State of California.

The awards lunch will also be preceded by an exclusive keynote interview with Lisa Worden, hosted by Woody, Morning Host, ALT 98.7 & US Nationally Syndicated Host, Premiere Networks.

Elsewhere, MUSEXPO has also secured an exclusive keynote with reputedly “two of the world’s most influential film and television music supervisors”, Alexandra Patsavas, Head of Music, Original Series, Netflix and Amy Dunning, Vice President Music Creative/Production, Netflix.

Additionally, Nike’s Head of Music, JT Griffith; Fox Entertainment’s VP Creative Music, Katy Gavillet; Alex Hackford, Head of Creative Music Affairs PlayStation Studios & Creative Arts; Tricia Holloway, Music Manager, Walt Disney Imagineering; Paul Wiltshire, CEO, songtradr; Bridget Ferris, Vice President, Brand Partnerships, Universal music group; Sabrina Del Priore – Vice President, Creative Music Strategy, Paramount; and dozens of other music maintainers across film, television, branding, esports, and interactive games.

On the A&R front, the MUSEXPO Creative Summit confirmed the attendance of dozens of A&R executives, including Aton Ben-Horin – Global Vice President, A&R – Warner Music Group; Dave Pichilingi – CEO, UK & North America, Modern Sky (UK); Kenny “Tick” Salcido – Sr. VP/Head of A&R, Red Bull Records; Mio Vukovic – Head of Creative/Publishing/A&R, Disney music group; Sas Metcalfe – President, Global Creative, cobalt Music; Luke McGrellis – Vice President A&R, Universal Music Publishing Group; Robin Jenssen – Co-Founder and CEO of EKKO Music Rights Europe, and Charles “CB” Burks – VP A&R, Red Bull Records.

Other participants are Hiba Irshad – Head of A&R, JioSaavn (India); Kabiru Bello – Vice President of Global A&R, Warner Recorded Music / Head of Asylum Records Nordics; Jake Livingston – Head of Creative, primary wave Music; Mike Daley – General Manager, A&R and Music Publishing, Disney Music Group; Vanessa Tara Angiuli – Director, A&R Interscope Records; Andre Herd – Senior Director A&R, APG; Franny Graham – VP Creative, Primary Wave; James Cheney – Vice President Creative, reservoir; Jared Lane – Director of Publishing/Creative, Red Bull Records;
Johnny Minardi – Vice President, A&R, Electra music group; Jon Chen – Senior Director A&R, Warner Chappell music publishing; Ken Komisar – President and Partner, Notting Hill Music Masters; Mark Chipello – Vice President, Head of A&R, position music; Pamela Charbit – A&R Manager, Atlantic Records and many others.

In addition, MUSEXPO says it has formalized the attendance of dozens of other music, media, technology and live executives.

MUSEXPO began in Los Angeles in 1998 as a networking dinner created by Dave Holmes (now Global Manager of Coldplay) and Sat Bisla (Founder, A&R Worldwide and MUSEXPO).

The dinners have since taken place in New York, Nashville, Mumbai, Oslo, Helsinki, Dubai, Singapore, New Delhi, Seoul, Auckland, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Barcelona, ​​​​Munich, Hamburg, Lisbon, Stockholm , Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Dublin and many other global destinations bringing together thousands of business worldwide iHeartMedia’s Lisa Worden wins International Music Person of The Year award at MUSEXPO Creative Summit 2022

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