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Get connected with thousands of music industry contacts; including record label A&R, music managers, music agents, music producers, radio stations, music distributors, TV and Film music supervisors, music distributors and music publishers! 15 years ago we founded what is now the largest Music Industry Contacts Directory in the world which includes the most direct, up to date, email addresses, phone numbers and mailing addresses for nearly all of the most successful music industry contacts in the world including their contact information and credits.Over 10,000 Music Industry Contacts!
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December 2014 - Music Industry News
Shawn Barron has been promoted to VP, Urban A&R at Atlantic Records, Lee L'Heureux was promoted to SVP/Rhythm, Urban & Hip Hop Promotion & strategy at Warner Bros. Records, Live Nation Entertainment has hired Phil Seward as SVP of Relationship and Loyalty Marketing, Kobalt Music Publishing hired Jamie McLaughlin as Creative Director he was previously Creative Services Director at ASCAP.
BMG Chrysalis US announced Monday that it acquired LA Based Indie Rock Label Vagrant Records as part of their tactic to build its North American New Recordings Business, Jordan Blaugrund was promoted to VP, Digital Marketing at RCA Records. Music Industry Professional Paul Paoliello was selected as the CEO/COO of The Murphy Petrol Group, YouTube.com has named Kelly Merryman as VP of Content Partnerships and Eyal Manor as VP of Engineering.
Tavi Shabestari was appointed to the position of Senior Director, A&R at Pulse Publishing, Jon Cohen is now EVP Recorded Music at BMG Chrysalis US and will be in charge of Vagrant Records as well as records released using BMG's Artist Services Model, Republic Records appointed Kevin Lipson as SVP, Commerce plus Maureen Kenny has joined Atlantic Records as SVP of A&R and will work out of the Record Companies Burbank Office.
Maureen was previously VP of A&R at Republic Records, Jimmy Iovine was the former Chairman of Interscope Records and was recently appointed to the Board of Directors at Live Nation. That's a Wrap! All Music Industry Contacts is updated and will include everybody's new location, including their contact information, address, email address and new position
All Music Industry Contacts is by far the most reliable and trusted Music Industry Contacts Directory in the World. Music Industry Professionals as well as Artists looking for a record deal, music manager, publishing deal or a top music producer to work with all rely on All Music Industry Contacts as the number one resource in the music industry! If your looking for Record Companies looking to sign Artists or Bands then you came to the right place!
"All Music Industry Contacts is a 664 page Music Industry Contacts Directory that has the most Reliable and Complete Contact Information for All of Americas Most Successful Record Label A&R, Music Managers, Music Producers, Publishers, Music Agents, Music Supervisors, Radio Stations and Music Distributors!" - Lisa Thomas, President A&R, Ingrooves/Fontana/Universal Music Group
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All Music Industry Contacts is the Ultimate Book which includes All of the Top A&R Reps at All the Major and Independent Record Labels, AMIC includes almost every A&R Executive in the United States. The entire A&R staff are listed, from the president and SVP down to the A&R assistant and junior A&R scout. Phone and fax numbers, names of their assistants, direct mailing addresses and their e-mail addresses are all included. Prominently, AMIC also lists the Genre of Music each Executive A&R, Music Managers, Producers or Publishers focuses on. Music Producers, Publishers, Songwriters, Music Managers, TV and Film Music Supervisors and Entertainment Attorneys rely on this Directory to identify whom to shop their Artists/Bands songs to. All Music Industry Contacts is updated and published every month, the latest staff changes thoroughly documented.
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If you are already getting radio play, building a local fanbase or generating a local following you may want to consider getting a distribution deal. A distribution company can distribute your CDs regionally. It is important to have your music in stores as well as in online music stores. This directory includes hundreds of retail and internet distributers. We see more artists appearing on the music scene, producing their own albums, owning the rights to their songs and marketing their own music. These are the artists and producers that have an advantage when getting connected with one of the hundred musicdistribution companies in our directory. Contains hundreds of Distribution contacts!
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Music agents are also known as music booking agents or talent agents, Music agents are responsible for making the live music scene what it is. Your music agent can get you or your band booked to play live shows. It is a booking agents job to make sure you are playing in front of a live audience and get you or your band more exposure. Music Agents work with music promoters and record labels to effectively promote your music. It is your Music Agents responsibility to take care of your negotiations with venues and promoters. If you are looking to promote your music the good old fashion way, these contacts will definately come in handy.
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How to get solicited in 2014
When a Record Label A&R, Music Manager, Music Publisher or Music Producers states that they only accept solicited material, this means that you need to ask permission to send a package. Simply mailing them your demo & promotional material in high hopes that they will listen to your music is sometimes likely to be successful, although this strategy has worked for some artists in the past, making contact with your intended music industry professional & making sure that they are expecting your package seriously increases your chances of being heard. It is also important to get professional Audio Mastering by a professional before sending your CD to A&R reps. You should definitely make contact with Music Record Labels A&R People that accept unsolicited material to make sure that they will be expecting your package. You should always call first before submitting your material. This will ensure that your package will get priority over another unsolicited package. It is part of the A&R assistantís job to listen to Demos, check emails and receive faxes for the A&R that they work for. Your Demo should be 3-5 songs, make sure that you include your greatest material with the best song first. You want your music to grab an A&R Reps attention in the first 15 seconds.
You donít have to be a famous music mogul to be solicited. When speaking with A&Rs, Music Managers, Publishers & Producers you must be extremely professional even when you are speaking with an assistant. These people are responsible for filtering out calls from amateurs. The important thing is to build a relationship with everyone you come in contact with. Find out the names of everyone that you come in contact with. Ask them questions like who they have worked with in the past & what styles of music they prefer. It is much better to pinpoint A&R Reps, Managers, Producers & Publishers that work in your style of music. Donít waste your efforts! Always be ready to explain who you are, what you are doing to further your music career and what separates you or your band from the rest.
If you have a website with some music clips the Manager or label will tend to listen to what you have to say. Donít ever call a record label like a rookie & start telling them that you are platinum & whatever. These days the most important thing an artist can have is a website. We wrote an extensive section in the All Music Industry Contacts CD-Rom that explains exactly how to build your website for little or no money. When calling record labels it is extremely important to make friends with assistants, secretaries & receptionists. Ask them if they will accept your package & listen to your music. You may even be doing them a favor by entertaining them for a few minutes. Remember that some people who work at record labels are just doing a job & sometimes donít get the money or respect that they deserve. Try & light up their day with your upbeat personality. If you want to be in the music industry you must be able to handle rejection as well.
If I get negative results when trying to speak with someone it only makes me more persistent & determined to prove to them that I am important. Donít be surprised if people are rude or a little hard to deal with, this is the music business. Sometimes you may have to kill them with kindness, be as polite as possible when speaking with Record Lable A&R. At least if they hear your name & listen to your music you made a new contact in the music industry. When an assistant answers the phone you should already know what you are going to say to him or her. Donít sound anxious or be overly aggressive. Think of the assistants, receptionists & secretaries as a filter.
The warning no unsolicited material is usually used so that record companies donít get swamped with submissions. Itís not that A&R Reps. and Managers donít want to listen to new material. Itís more like they donít have the time to listen to everything. If a record label hasnít heard of you yet you should always give them a call first. When your package is solicited it gets priority over something that is not solicited. This doesnít necessarily mean that they arenít going to listen to your music at all. Most music record labels do have people that listen to unsolicited material. It is usually an assistant A&R Scout or an intern. Other companies may throw unsolicited material away or send it back to you. It is a known fact that a lot of huge artists where discovered by someone listening to unsolicited material.
Record Labels, Music Managers, Music Publishers & Music Producers get a good number of packages each day. When you call them to let them know that you are going to send demo package, ask them for some kind of code that you can write on the package so that they know it is solicited. Iím not saying that this is standard practice by most labels anymore but they will still do it. Another great way to ensure that your package will get reviewed is to have a messenger deliver it. I know it is expensive so only use this tactic when your odds are good. Only use this strategy when your intended target is looking for an artist or producer with your characteristics.
If you want to increase your status in the music industry as an artist, producer, or manager! You will need this information! This CD-ROM contains all of the most successful Record Company A&R's, Managers, Producers and Publishers in every genre, including their contact information & credits. (phone, fax, mailing addresses, email, & web addresses). This CD-ROM will make it possible for you to send your music to everyone who is anyone in the music business! Most of these executives accept unsolicited material & are looking for talent to sign! If you are a producer you will be able to shop your music to A&R'S that need help completing a project. We created All Music Industry Contacts for talented Artists, Bands, Managers, Record Labels & Music Producers. There are only a few ways to get in or sustain your position in the music business! The most realistic way is to constantly contact successful A&Rs, Managers, and Producers. Its all about being professional! We created All Music Industry Contacts for that purpose! We are making available what takes us hundreds of hours to create & update for only $24.95 intead of $54.95 starting November 11th 2014. If you order our CD-ROM version we are even going to pay the shipping cost. You will only understand how powerful All Music Industry Contacts is, if you put it to use. We priced our "Instant Download" and "CD-ROM" versions so that all Artists, Bands, Music Managers, Record Labels and Music Producers can afford it. Thatís a wrap! Good luck in everything that you do! We hope you accomplish all of your goals & remember this business is more about persistence than it is about talent! Its also about who you know so utilize our Music Industry Contacts Directories and get your music heard by thousands of music industry professionals that will be able to help you further your music career.
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