By Mitch Weiss
The publication teaches destiny tune managers and artists the right way to gather consumers, negotiate contracts, increase snapshot, administer taxes and funds, and care for promoters, media, lawyers, and unions. a unique bankruptcy addresses artists, advising them on what to appear for in a supervisor, tips on how to signal reasonable administration contracts, and the way to prevent occupation manipulation. choked with directions, pattern contracts, and sure-fire occupation counsel from icons, this booklet is a certified springboard for tune managers, recording artists, singers, and rock bands alike.
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I enumerate to Robert O. the pluses and minuses. First the benefits: regular paycheck, good health benefits, possible pension, my own cubicle, the prestige of the firm's name, potential for significant income growth, development of important business and artist contacts, camaraderie with other managers in the firm. The drawbacks: less flexible hours, a cubicle for an office, lots of corporate red tape and procedures, serious office politics, significant distance between manager and artist, too many lawyers, too many accountants, little personal participation in concert and celebrity soirees, corporate loyalty may be more important than artist loyalty, loss of individual control.
This band also has a track record of high volume walk-up sales at its concerts. This is not a new situation for George either; less experienced promoters show their stripes at times like this. We agree to wait a few more days. Upstairs, Max X. is smiling, impeccably dressed, tall, well-built, about thirty-five years old, and seems quite humble as we shake hands. RRU's funky reggae-rock recordings conjure a picture of a different Max, perhaps a Bob Marley-type. Nobody ever fits my preconceived images, and I now tend to suppress any mental pictures of musicians until I meet them.
All that results from an affair is potential distrust and massive complications. Getting married doesn't make it better. Either manage the artist or marry him/her, never both. There are no doubt exceptions to this rule, but my observations tell me that it's not worth the risk. You can be your spouse's best friend and provide career advice without being the hired manager. You should define your relationship clearly as personal or business. Never both. There are no ifs, ands, or buts. Sorry. To add insult to injury, when the client didn't show up for the interview, Ned felt free to step in and “protect” the client by inventing an illness.