A Nashville native, Courtney Gregg attended Belmont University knowing she wanted to pursue a career in the music industry. After internships at Zomba Music, Billboard Magazine, and ASCAP, Courtney was introduced to Frank Liddell of Carnival Music, where he promptly hired her to start her professional career. Spearheading the label side of Carnival, she has overseen projects on The Eli Young Band, Logan Brill, Jedd Hughes, Rob Baird, Adam Hood, Derik Hultquist, Mando Saenz, Roman Candle, and many others. She is also actively involved with the publishing efforts of the company, directing the sync efforts of the company and landing songs in multiple films and television shows. She has also handled A&R duties for Liddell on projects by Lambert, Nail, Eli Young Band, and Kellie Pickler. As a production coordinator on many albums produced by Liddell, she has worked on projects for artists including Miranda Lambert, Lee Ann Womack, David Nail, Dan Colehour, among others.
Gregg co-produced the annual Americana Music Awards show at The Ryman Auditorium from 2010-2012. She has devoted time recently to developing a freelance business focusing on artist development.
She is a member of NARAS, the Academy of Country Music, the Country Music Association, and the Americana Music Association. She enjoys playing golf, watching football, photography, traveling, has a coffee addiction, and loves sleeping in, and has volunteered her time at Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Hands on Nashville, Junior Achievement, and the American Red Cross, among other charities.