Kane Presents at International Conference in D.C.
Tracy D. Kane represented Sister Cities of Nashville at the Music Cities Convention in Washington, D.C. in October. She co-presented with Mark Gordon of Generator Northern Ireland to an audience of nearly 200 delegates from 60 cities in 11 countries in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific regions. They used the case study of Nashville and Belfast and its musical collaborations to show the transformative power of sister cities relationships for cultural impact and economic gain for each community.
The Music Cities Convention is a global conference dedicated to the relationship between city planning, strategy, develop and their local music industries – from venue and community space development to education, employment, licensing, regulation, city tourism and brand development, the music industry impacts a number of issue prevalent in city planning, strategy, regulation and legislation. The Music Cities Convention in Washington, D.C. brought together the top minds from municipalities, regions, academics, consultancies and the music industry to showcase solutions and tactics and introduce new ideas for cities to use the music industry – in all its variants – to improve city life.
Tracy is a past President of Sister Cities Nashville and formerly served as Gibson Guitar’s Asia-Pacific Director for Entertainment Relations.