The National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP.com) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ken Green to the Board of Directors of its Atlanta chapter.
“Ken Green came highly recommended when we needed a top Atlanta-based personal artist manager, and he has made himself invaluable ever since. His advice on how to succeed in artist management has been immensely helpful to many NARIP members whom he has helped guide and in some cases mentor, and his deal-making skills and diplomacy set him apart. We are thrilled at his continued participation and his practical experience gained from 25+ years in key positions throughout the music business. As yet another successful, skilled and action-oriented professional who generously shares his knowledge, he will fit in well with Team NARIP Atlanta. We welcome Ken 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.”
Green joins NARIP Atlanta Co-Executive Directors Sean McPherson and Brei Jones, and Board Members Daniel Day Zuko, Juliett Rowe and Erinn Knight.
“Ken Green is one of Atlanta’s biggest movers and shakers. He brings a wealth of experience to the table and we’re proud to have this 25-year industry veteran join our ranks here at NARIP,” says McPherson.
Meet New NARIP Board Member Green NEXT WEEK (Sep 18) in Atlanta
Meet Green and NARIP’s Board of Directors at NARIP’s panel discussion – Music Marketing Before & Beyond Album Cycles – next Wed Sep 18 at 7pm to take place at Creative Media Industries Institute at Georgia State University, 218 Twenty-Five Park Place, Atlanta, GA 30303. Get more details and register NOW at NARIP.com
About Ken Green
Ken Green is a graduate of Emory University with 25+ years professional experience in the music and entertainment business industry as an artist manager, indie label director, booking agent, musician, producer, and recording studio owner. Recognized as a creative dealmaker, expert negotiator, and management professional with a consistent history of achievement in the entertainment and media industries, he has represented Drivin N Cryin, Kevn Kinney, Angie Aparo, Chuck Mead (BR549), Warner E. Hodges (Jason & The Scorchers), Joel Kosche (Collective Soul), Michael Tolcher, Chris Porter, Aaron Lee Tasjan, and Natalie Nooneand has collaborated with companies and acts as diverse as William Morris Endeavor, Arista Records, Live Nation, New West Records, Atomic Music Group, CNN, NASCAR, Country Music Hall of Fame, Hilton Hotels Worldwide, Cartoon Network, Music City Roots, Americana Music Conference, Sports Illustrated, F/X Network (Archer), Redeye Distributors, Marty Stuart, James Brown, Lynyrd Skynyrd and others.
Once the music is made, NARIP helps market and monetize it. NARIP promotes career advancement, education and good will in the record industry and related music fields, and is where industry professionals learn, network and access opportunity to market and monetize music. Now in its 21st year, NARIP is the leading record industry organization for career development and access in the business. Based in Los Angeles with nine chapters around the country, including in Atlanta, NARIP has a mentor network, a job bank and search services for members as well as an online store to stream videos of past NARIP programs and download form agreements, sample marketing plans and other resources.
Read more about NARIP and NARIP Officers at NARIP.com
Photo: New NARIP Atlanta Board Member Ken Green
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