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Scott Siman

Scott Siman (born July 22, 1954) is an entertainment executive located in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the son of country music pioneer Si Siman, who is credited, with Ralph Foster, Lester Cox and John Mahaffey, with starting the first country music network television show the Ozark Jubilee.. Scott Siman manages country music superstar Tim McGraw and two time Dancing With the Stars professional champion and rising country star, Julianne Hough.

Prior to managing McGraw, he was a successful entertainment attorney with the firm Benson & Siman, and served as Senior Vice President of Sony Music Nashville where he signed the Dixie Chicks. In addition to heading up RPM management, he also heads up RPM music group, a Nashville music publishing company that owns the songs "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" (Alan Jackson), "I'm Moving On" (Rascal Flatts) and "Leave the Pieces" (the Wreckers), amongst others.

He is a past President and Chairman of the Board of the Academy of Country Music Awards (1996-2000), and currently serves on the Board of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

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