Darlington School: Podcast Episode 30: A Look Into the Music Industry 
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Podcast Episode 30: A Look Into the Music Industry

October 28, 2021 | 326 views

Welcome to Episode 30 of The Darlington Podcast! 

In this Darlington Connects episode, host Carson Raymond, Darlington's director of major gifts, connects student musician Elliot Luitwieler ('22) with Hannah (Montgomery) Bay-Schuck ('10), an executive A&R in Los Angeles. 

As Hannah shares her Darlington story, she talks about being exposed to different elements of performing arts throughout her time here as well as a unique opportunity that helped guide her next steps. She then dives into life after Darlington, which has taken her from Nashville to Los Angeles, and offers some practical advice to Elliot as he, too, explores his passion for making music and thinks about what he wants to do next. This episode is a prime example of the talent that lies within the Darlington Community and the connections that can be made through the Darlington Connects program. 

Hannah works with artists and repertoire at music publishing company Prescription Songs, which is home to artists and writers such as Doja Cat, Lauv, Kbeazy, Emily Warren, Kim Petras, and more. Prior to moving to Los Angeles and joining Prescription, she ran hit country writer Dallas Davidson's (credits include Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean, FGL, etc.) publishing company, Play It Again Publishing in Nashville, Tenn. Hannah's roster of writers include Lauren LaRue (“Roxanne,” Arizona Zervas), Kaine (“Best Friend,” Saweetie & Doja Cat), Ryan Ogren (“Nobody’s Love,” Maroon 5), Rocco (“Tick Tock,” Young Thug), Lauv, and more. After graduating from Darlington in 2010, she attended Florida State University and graduated from Belmont University in 2014 with a B.A. in Mass Communication and minor in Music Business.

About Darlington Connects: Darlington Connects

Every member of the Darlington Community has countless Darlington connections, especially in the work world. By supporting each other's careers and life goals, we are better connecting our students, alumni, parents, parents of alumni, and grandparents.

  • Share more about your career in a Darlington Connects spotlight on our website or social media
  • Lend your expertise to a current student or recent graduate
  • Connect with others in your field or your geographic area via our Alumni Directory or our Darlington Connects group on LinkedIn
  • Volunteer to be one of our guest speakers at Career Day

Click here to read more about how to get involved in Darlington Connects and email connect@darlingtonschool.org with questions.  

The Darlington Podcast is a collaboration between the communication and advancement teams, and is hosted by various members of the school community. Episodes are released each Thursday morning and available on most podcast platforms (search for The Darlington Podcast in your podcast player). Once new episodes are posted, you'll also be able to find them at www.darlingtonschool.org/podcast. Please subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts so that you'll get the latest episode each week! 

The Darlington Podcast intro music was written and performed by Elliot Luitwieler ('22) and Kathryn Davidson ('22). Katie Merritt, media arts teacher, lends her voice, and editing and production is handled by Tannika King, director of communications.

If you have ideas for future episodes or have any questions about The Darlington Podcast, please email communications@darlingtonschool.org