Posts Tagged ‘Peter Grant’

By Hans Ebert In the music world, where nothing today is what it seems, and those who artists once depended on and signed pacts with to make things happen, ignore what one would think are basic and legally binding requests for information, what’s needed most- management or a no-nonsense lawyer? Perhaps both, but most who [...]

By Hans Ebert There’s been a great deal of chatter recently about this term known as “A&R” (Artists and Repertoire), its importance, especially to a major music company, and the rise and influence of the A&R person, who, in many ways, has become the Rock Star executive within the often dated structure of a music [...]

(Source: Spaghetti Gazetti) We were taking a break during a recording session and decided to listen to the first few Led Zeppelin records with the lights off, the sound pushed right up, eyes closed, us lying down on our backs and being reminded why this incredible band really put The Heavy into Heavy Rock. Sure, [...]