Today’s featured event:
Hear Danny Goldberg, manager of some of the biggest music artists of the past 40 years including Nirvana, Bonnie Raitt, Steve Earle, Sonic Youth, the Allman Brothers and the Beastie Boys, give a Master Class at 7 tonight at the ACM@UCO, 329 E Sheridan.
Doors open at 6 p.m. The lecture is free and open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-served.
“I try to be enthusiastic about anybody I manage. It’s kind of almost like a code,” Goldberg told Gene. “I hate to, it’s almost like choosing among family members who you love the most.
“Historically there was no question that the artist that I managed that had the greatest impact was Nirvana. You know, there’s just no question about the unique talent, commercial success and cultural impact of that band.
“I was very proud that I managed Bonnie Raitt when she did her sort of comeback and won all the Grammys, including Album of the Year. And among my current clients, I just love all of them. The one I started the company with, the first client I had at this company, GoldVE, was Steve Earle, who I’d previously worked with at Artemus Records. He and I have worked together now between those two roles for more than a dozen years, so that’s the longest I’ve ever worked with anybody. So those are three that I could justify singling out.”
To read more of Gene’s interview with Goldberg, click here.
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