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Transcript of Music Management
Record Deals & Labels
Traditional responsibilities of a manager
Donald S. Passman- All you need to know about the music business, 7th edition
MMF- The music management bible, 2003
Sherri L. Burr- Entertainment law, 2004
Youtube- The music industry forum- Wayne Forte, 2011
Youtube- This week in music- Andy Gould, 2011
blog.tunecore.com- Artist managers must understand their role is now business development, George Howard (professor at Loyola, New Orleans)
bbc.co.uk article, Robbie Williams, 2002 http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/2291605.stm
Introduction into the life of a Manager..
This presentation will discuss and outline 4 key elements that are relevant to a successful Artist Manager.
In what ways has the managers role or duties changed?
The Changing Roles
...After the Deal...
...Before the deal...
- Building a Foundation.
- Establishment of a Relationship
- How artist managers traditionally work
within the area
of Live Events...
Get to have involvement in every aspect of a band's career, and thus,
you get a hand in many different parts of the music business.
You get to work with music you love.
If you work independently for up and coming bands, pay day can be a long way off - and you may h
ave to spend some money up front.
relationships can get dicey.
Can be very stressful -
managers shoulder a lot of responsibility, and when things go wrong
(and they will),
you're in the cross hairs.
Requires organization, self motivation
, and you have to be willing to speak up and ask for the things you want.
“The sale of pre-recorded music has diminished, but there’s so much more that’s going on. You can’t focus on what’s not working when there are so many other opportunities. There are more opportunities for music than ever before”
Grierson, Don and Dan Kimpel. “Chapter 6: The Manager.” In It All Begins With The Music. Boston: Course Technology/Cengage Learning.
An example of a manager
"Never work harder than the act themselves"
Guns'n'Roses, Morrissey, Rob Zombie