As your personal manager we will take a much more hands-on approach regarding helping you reach fans directly, and assisting and assist you with building your own business.  Whether it is running your own recording, publishing, merchandising, or performing/touring operations - your talent should be handled as a business. Even though (for certain types of “mainstream” artists/musicians/songwriters) traditional Record and Publishing deals may still make some sense, the deals that most managers pursue for clients are in the areas of sponsorship, branding, merchandising, and/or licensing. Therefore, our job while helping clients run their own “companies” is to help figure out which deals (if any) complement the clients’ independent operations and fit into their long-term career plans.

Are you ready to take your career to the next level and need a manager?  If so, please send the following information to

  • Photographs
  • Biography
  • Link to work (sound and video)
  • Fan reviews
  • Live performance information (past and upcoming)
  • Social media links
  • Other pertinent information

MISCONCEPTION #1 - an artist manager's role is not to fund your career.  Most managers salary is commission based (general 10 - 15% of their clients earnings).  Based on this fact, most managers look to represent established acts.  If you don't make money, they don't make money.

Artist Management

Fact of the week!