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Though I was really service-marked as Shock Appeal Management during my first degree, this file is a fictitious variation on that company. I\'m hoping the wav files attach because it\'s more amusing …

Though I was really service-marked as Shock Appeal Management during my first degree, this file is a fictitious variation on that company. I\'m hoping the wav files attach because it\'s more amusing with the music. I\'m posting this just for the fun of it. Enjoy.


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  • 1. Shock Appeal Artist Management Ed Morrison MGT 330 Stephen Mulligan January 16, 2003
  • 2. … I can’t remember if I cried when I read about his widowed bride. But something touched me deep in side, the day the music died … February 3, 1959
  • 3. What killed these artists? Bad Management
  • 4. My Mission … is to manage and agent acts that I also produce shows for. Shock Appeal is a full-spectrum production house. I remold their image and career. I cause them to be functional and contributing again.
  • 5.
    • Desire to see artists succeed
    • Not here exclusively to make money
    • Love music industry & music people
    • Enjoy creating something (concert) from nothing
    Management Traits
  • 6. Planning
    • Seeking out stable of artists
    • Find groups that can share same show
    • Pre-promotion
    • Advertising style (baby-boomer mentality)
  • 7. Organizing
    • Contract with same road crews each show
    • Contract with bus lines, hotel chains, shipping methods
    • Delegate legal/contract negotations
    • Seek out copyright approvals from Harry Fox, ASCAP,BMI
  • 8. Leading
    • Bringing together the basic teams (lights, sound, stage, road manager)
    • Planning next appearances in off season
    • Teaching each group to act and think like a team
    • Helping them create their future
  • 9. Controlling
    • Booking (specializing by venue, city, size of venue)
    • Setting up mechanicals to be sold at concert
    • Creating space between play dates
    • Work deals with record companies
  • 10. Producing
    • Create complete road shows for 500 to 1000 capacity venues
    • Begin with 5 tours per year
    • Hire on subordinates as needed
    • Set other assistant managers in motion with their own groups
  • 11. My Fortes
    • Being able to wear many hats
    • Understanding how artists
    • think
  • 12. My Abilities
    • Coordinate many different aspects of concert promotion
    • Take care of the artists as well as the show attendees
  • 13. My Desires
    • Promote quality small scale rock shows
    • Produce specialized shows that fit the artist as well as the customer
  • 14. Conclusion A good manager should foster growth in and nurture his or her constituents. He should look toward the future while keeping himself and his subordinates on the plan and motivated.
  • 15. Questions?