Shep Gordon’s autobiography, “They Call Me Supermensch,” details the success and misadventures of his career as an artist manager beginning in the 1970s. Read to discover lessons you can use to improve your band’s career!
Click and read an interesting feature about George Dassinger, a veteran rock music public relations dude. He talks about his career and new charity work. Did we say click? We’re asking again.
Many top artist managers either run large companies that represent multiple artists or, like in the article inside this link, are a collection of companies that join forces to represent top artists. Click and learn how it all works.
Traditionally, an artist promoting a new album would visit radio stations, doing interviews on the air and charming executives with stories, autographs, and photo ops. Pink is doing something different. Click!
Want to win some cool stuff from the Warner Music Group? Click and see how easy it is! Go on. It won’t hurt at all.
Alex Fletcher, classical artist manager at Fletcher Artist Management, explains the single most important aspect of the music industry an artist manager needs to understand. Click to read his ideas.
Thoughts on the problems of the 2017 movie business and Disney’s new streaming service. Will it have a chance in a world of Netflix and Hulu? Click.
Your Professor Philp was requested to answer a number of questions for an article in BuzzFeed about Taylor Swift. Click to see Part II of the original Q&A!
Chris Hufford, of Courtyard Management and Radiohead, explains the single most important aspect of the music industry an artist manager needs to understand. Click!
Jim Runge, Tour Manager for The Black Keys, explains the single most important aspect of the music industry an artist manager needs to understand. Click!