AGI President Marsha Vlasic sits down with SiriusXM’s Steve Leeds to discuss her career, the agency world, and more. Click to watch and get inspired!
Death Cab For Cutie manager Jordan Kurland is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. We’ll learn about his company, managing bands that aren’t built on radio play, how he put together Noise Pop Fest, and more. So click to listen live!
Music Biz 101 & More Live takes place on Monday, February 25th. Come on out and listen to folks from Live Nation, Warner Music, Elektra Records, and more! It’s free and open to the public. That means you can go and you won’t be charged. Need another reason? Nope. See ya there!
The 2019 Music Management Seminar Series kicks off on Tuesday, February 19th with AGI President Marsha Vlasic. The series, free and open to the public, is hosted by SiriusXM’s Steve Leeds. Come out and learn about da biz!
The top 25 disruptors and innovators in music list is out. But what’s wrong with it? And what is a disruptor vs. just good PR? Click and find out!
Have you read the book “They Call Me Supermensch” by Shep Gordon? It is a memoir of Gordon’s experience managing different bands and artists, and he shares very important points that everyone who is interested in the Music Industry should know about. Here are five lessons I learned from it. Click for more!
Jordan Chalmers, Manager of Influencer & Lifestyle Marketing at Atlantic Records, is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. Click to stream it live!
Billboard’s 2019 Power 100 list is out. We go through the list and discuss how it reflects today’s music industry correctly. And what it gets wrong. Click and read. Mmmkay?
In his autobiography, They Me Supermensch, Shep Gordon gives his readers a backstage pass into his life as one of the most influential players in the music industry. Most music and entertainment industry moguls dream about their success in the industry way before it occurs, but this was not the case for Shep. Shep’s claim to fame was an accidental occurrence.