Industry Expert ZUKO Joins NARIP Board
Meet Zuko @NARIP Music Biz Brunch in Atlanta this Sun Sep 23
(Hollywood, CA – September 19, 2018) – The National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP.com) is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Day Zuko to the Board of Directors of its Atlanta chapter.
“Daniel Day Zuko comes so highly recommended and credentialed that it would be impossible to keep him off NARIP’s Board. He has relevant experience developing and managing artists to success, is well-connected, action-oriented and passionate about building better ways to do business. We welcome him and all he brings to the table, and are excited to have him join NARIP’s Board of Directors,” says NARIP President Tess Taylor. “With his help, we will expand NARIP’s reach and take our Atlanta chapter to new levels.”
Zuko joins NARIP Atlanta Co-Executive Directors Sean McPherson and Brei Jones, and Board Member Juliette Rowe.
Meet New NARIP Board Member Zuko SUNDAY (Sep 23) in Atlanta
Meet NARIP’s Board of Directors at NARIP’s Music Biz Brunch SUNDAY (Sep 23) at 11am at Means Street Studios located at 501 Means Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30318. Get more info and register HERE NOW.
About Daniel Day Zuko
Daniel Day Zuko is an artist manager and co-founder of Moredopemusic, LLC, a boutique artist development company that works with young acts to help them define their brands and launch their campaigns. After spending nearly a decade working as a promoter and host, Zuko built a strong grassroots network and reputation for being helpful, honest and fair within the Atlanta music community. This has helped him gain a strong skill set and a better understanding of how to help artists set and achieve goals. Wanting to get more directly involved with artist careers, he and long-time business partner Sabrina Hadfield, along with industry friends Wesley G. Curtis and Amir Herron, launched Moredopemusic in December 2014. Select career highlights include managing artists to watch Forrest Isn’t Dead and Frank Mayson, winning (5) Reader’s Pick Awards in Creative Loafing’s Best of Atlanta 2017 Issue (awarded to Moredopemusic Team). The team also took home awards for Best Overall Music Act, Best Hip Hop Act, Best Producer, Best Music Video & Best Local Studio. Zuko is also a graphic designer who studied Visual Communications at Art Institute of Atlanta.
Now in its 20th year, the National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP.com, est. 1998) promotes career advancement, education and good will in the record industry and related music fields. Based in Los Angeles, NARIP has chapters in nine cities, including Atlanta.
Read more about NARIP and NARIP Officers at NARIP.com
Photo: NARIP Atlanta Board Member Juliett Rowe
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