Music Management USA

Music Management USA Music Management USA is a leading independent music management and promotions agency based in NYC with worldwide reach. A brief synopsis of my promotion of music: My incorporated PR/Publicity Firm was called Low Key Enterprises, Inc.
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This was established right after working as Publicist for John Lennon & Yoko Ono on Double Fantasy. My subsequent clients included The Channel Club (the largest rock club in Boston at the time) and handling advertising/publicity/radio/tv/print media interviews, and promotion of many recording artists: Robert Palmer, John Mellencamp, Evan Dando & The Lemonheads, The Band, The New Riders of the Purple Sage (members included musicians from The Grateful Dead), Paul Weller & his band, The Jam, Robert Palmer, Mission of Burma, Nervous Eaters, Little Feat, Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, Til Tuesday, featuring Aimee Mann, Duran Duran, The Specials, Squeeze, Madness, members of Aerosmith, Black Flag, The Cars,The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Cure, Ray Davies of The Kinks, and many more. I have also been involved with arranging commercial soundtracks, corporate communications, benefits, and conceived the advertising campaign for Guinness ("brilliant", when my brother was CEO). Music Management USA is a leading independent Management/Promotions Agency representing the best of cutting edge music. My one on one connections with clientele is what differentiates me from so many faceless/nameless people assigned to tasks in the ordinary management/publicity firm. I am well known, well respected, and well liked. Which is why people pick up the phone when I call, read my press releases, and generally give me the time of day, knowing that I only represent artists and causes worthy of attention. And like the name of my initial corporation, I still take a 'low key' approach to promotion and publicity, because it is always the high road to the transfer of enthusiasm. ************************************************** A brief anecdotal story of my beginnings in the music business: In 1975, I worked for Public Television in Manhattan while a senior at prep school. I got a semesters' credit for writing a journal about my experience. The station, WNET/13, offered me the opportunity to work with an Emmy Award winning Producer as a Research Assistant. (Thank you, Bill Moyers, for helping to open that door)~ One day while returning from an assignment, I was walking down Central Park South when I heard a voice engaged in conversation behind me which sounded oddly familiar. I turned to see who it was. The voice belonged to the unmistakable fellow in the white suit wearing wire rimmed glasses, who'd been talking to a businessman in a dark suit. "It wouldn't be John Lennon, would it?" I inquired. "Well if it isn't," he quipped, "I haven't got me head screwed on right." At that I laughed and shook his hand saying, "How do you maintain your anonymity walking down the street like this?" To which Lennon replied, "I'm alright 'til I meet someone like you." Cut to 1979/1980... I went on to College and upon graduation landed a job in television in Hollywood. I worked as a Production Assistant and Script Editor on a couple of Norman Lear sit-coms. One night I was introduced to an attractive woman at a party who happened to be a headhunter in the entertainment industry. She persuaded me to send her a resume and subsequently would phone on a number of occassions to inform me of exciting new opportunities I might like to pursue. When one of them involved working with John and Yoko on their latest recording, I decided to follow through. So, five years after our initial encounter, and Yoko's okay to my astrological chart, I was hanging out with John, Yoko, & the band (hi to Earl Slick), and getting paid for it. I flew to Manhattan to sit in on the recording of Double Fantasy at the Hit Factory, and to work as their Publicist on the project. When John and I sat down to have dinner together (beer & sushi), I told him the story of how we'd met years earlier and our brief dialogue. He laughed and said, "Sounds typical." Referring to the exchange as something he would likely say. How truly untypical that fate would bring us together again... I am forever grateful to John & Yoko for giving me my start in the music business. Cheers! EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]

This was established right after working as Publicist for John Lennon & Yoko Ono on Double Fantasy. My subsequent clients included The Channel Club (the largest rock club in Boston at the time) and handling advertising/publicity/radio/tv/print media interviews, and promotion of many recording artists: Robert Palmer, John Mellencamp, Evan Dando & The Lemonheads, The Band, The New Riders of the Purple Sage (members included musicians from The Grateful Dead), Paul Weller & his band, The Jam, Robert Palmer, Mission of Burma, Nervous Eaters, Little Feat, Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, Til Tuesday, featuring Aimee Mann, Duran Duran, The Specials, Squeeze, Madness, members of Aerosmith, Black Flag, The Cars,The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Cure, Ray Davies of The Kinks, and many more. I have also been involved with arranging commercial soundtracks, corporate communications, benefits, and conceived the advertising campaign for Guinness ("brilliant", when my brother was CEO). Music Management USA is a leading independent Management/Promotions Agency representing the best of cutting edge music. My one on one connections with clientele is what differentiates me from so many faceless/nameless people assigned to tasks in the ordinary management/publicity firm. I am well known, well respected, and well liked. Which is why people pick up the phone when I call, read my press releases, and generally give me the time of day, knowing that I only represent artists and causes worthy of attention. And like the name of my initial corporation, I still take a 'low key' approach to promotion and publicity, because it is always the high road to the transfer of enthusiasm. ************************************************** A brief anecdotal story of my beginnings in the music business: In 1975, I worked for Public Television in Manhattan while a senior at prep school. I got a semesters' credit for writing a journal about my experience. The station, WNET/13, offered me the opportunity to work with an Emmy Award winning Producer as a Research Assistant. (Thank you, Bill Moyers, for helping to open that door)~ One day while returning from an assignment, I was walking down Central Park South when I heard a voice engaged in conversation behind me which sounded oddly familiar. I turned to see who it was. The voice belonged to the unmistakable fellow in the white suit wearing wire rimmed glasses, who'd been talking to a businessman in a dark suit. "It wouldn't be John Lennon, would it?" I inquired. "Well if it isn't," he quipped, "I haven't got me head screwed on right." At that I laughed and shook his hand saying, "How do you maintain your anonymity walking down the street like this?" To which Lennon replied, "I'm alright 'til I meet someone like you." Cut to 1979/1980... I went on to College and upon graduation landed a job in television in Hollywood. I worked as a Production Assistant and Script Editor on a couple of Norman Lear sit-coms. One night I was introduced to an attractive woman at a party who happened to be a headhunter in the entertainment industry. She persuaded me to send her a resume and subsequently would phone on a number of occassions to inform me of exciting new opportunities I might like to pursue. When one of them involved working with John and Yoko on their latest recording, I decided to follow through. So, five years after our initial encounter, and Yoko's okay to my astrological chart, I was hanging out with John, Yoko, & the band (hi to Earl Slick), and getting paid for it. I flew to Manhattan to sit in on the recording of Double Fantasy at the Hit Factory, and to work as their Publicist on the project. When John and I sat down to have dinner together (beer & sushi), I told him the story of how we'd met years earlier and our brief dialogue. He laughed and said, "Sounds typical." Referring to the exchange as something he would likely say. How truly untypical that fate would bring us together again... I am forever grateful to John & Yoko for giving me my start in the music business. Cheers! EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]

Operating as usual

08/15/2017
Sam Q secret bossa

We are looking for a videographer for the new Sam Q EP , they are The Beatles of Bossa Nova based in Mancs UK~

Gordon Coveys cool video of the Sam Qureshi composition featuring Gibi Dossantos-Pablo Medina and Joao Pedro Mourao...

08/04/2017
Regency - The Bones of Ya /video

Classic happy Brit Pop by my friend, Dean Mumford & Regency~

Rock Management USA is looking forward to representing this terrific band from England.

Music Management USA's cover photo
08/04/2017

Music Management USA's cover photo

07/17/2017
NextShark

A must see video of an Asian girl playing a weird instrument and doing a perfect cover of AC/DC~

Bruh, she slayed this AC/DC cover. (via Luna)

06/29/2017

Contact me for a gig @Mercury Lounge in Manhattan.

06/21/2017

on tour now...

06/06/2017
Sam Q secret bossa

Our fave jazzman taking the world by storm with cool bossanova~

Gordon Coveys cool video of the Sam Qureshi composition featuring Gibi Dossantos-Pablo Medina and Joao Pedro Mourao...

04/16/2017

Happy Easter to all!

04/05/2017
Sam Q secret bossa

The Beatles of Bossa Nova.

Gordon Coveys cool video of the Sam Qureshi composition featuring Gibi Dossantos-Pablo Medina and Joao Pedro Mourao...

RIP Chuck Berry.
03/19/2017
Chuck Berry & Keith Richards - Oh Carol

RIP Chuck Berry.

This is "Chuck Berry & Keith Richards - Oh Carol" by Music Management USA on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

02/07/2017

Show Availability in New York, NY
What: Seeking band for NYC show this Sat Feb 11
When: 02/11/2017 11:00 PM
Where: Connolly's Klub 45
Genres: Alternative, Blues Rock, Folk Rock, Indie, Rock

01/15/2017
Ian Brown - F.E.A.R.

#ianbrown #stoneroses Brilliant music video for a Sunday aft.

Music video by Ian Brown performing F.E.A.R.. (C) 2007 Polydor Ltd. (UK)

12/18/2016
Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey

Just like honey, baby, from the bee.

Alright, finally a decent video of this song without somebody's girlfriend taking up the spotlight. Enjoy.

12/08/2016
Music Management USA

It's a sad day in history, but take a moment to send good wishes to John Lennon...

12/01/2016
Mystery Jets - Bubblegum

Had to repost this song, because it is so bloody good.
(I had to change the adjective, per Facebook acceptable descriptors..lol).

Curve of the Earth - The new album from the Mystery Jets out now. Visit the MJ store http://po.st/MJStore for exclusive album bundles including signed copies...

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I just released a visual to my hit single ‘Incomplete Love’. Go check it out and let me know what you think! 🤗😘
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