Legendary Manager Jazz Summers dies

Tuesday, 18 August 2015 22:16

Legendary Manager Jazz Summers dies

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R.I.P. Jazz. I had the pleasure of working with (or against!) Jazz whilst working at Warner and Universal (UK) as some of Jazz's artists were signed to the labels. Jazz was an effective and forceful manager. Being Director of Legal and Business Affairs meant not always seeing eye to eye with managers, and Jazz was an experienced and charismatic manager that fought loudly and passionately for his artists and his corner. He will be sadly missed by the industry. Check out some of Jazz's quotes from his autobiography "Big Life" published recently to see why! 

http://www.musicbusinessworldwide.com/23-brilliant-jazz-summers-quotes-about-the-music-business/

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