Halper Exits Skyville As Private Practice Ramps Up

Wayne Halper has departed his part-time position as head of business and legal affairs for Skyville Records, and plans to focus his attention on his law practice and management clients.

“My commitments to my clients and management roster have resulted in my being able to devote less time to Skyville than I would have liked,” says Halper. “Given the strong full-time team, I leave knowing Stealing Angels is in the best possible hands with Wally Wilson, Paul Worley and Kevin Herring. Their combined creative energy will bring the company and Stealing Angels great success.”

Halper currently serves as Head of Worldwide Business Development for Perpetuum Jazzile, a choir from Slovenia whose innovative rendition of the Toto hit “Africa” has garnered over 10 million hits on YouTube. The group is curently planning a US tour for Summer 2011. Additionally, Halper manages singer/instrumentalist Kate Lee and Native American group Brulé. He also heads legal affairs for multiplatform media streaming company iClips Network.

“It has been an dynamic year of growth for these clients, and being part of such almost unprecedented success has made me focus very hard on my schedule,” continues Halper. “To be breaking ground, doing global business and exploring cutting edge technology as a business person requires focus and time — and out of respect for everyone I’ve been blessed/fortunate to be associated with, this seems to be the best solution for everyone.”

Reach Halper at [email protected] or 615-429-8500.


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