Rock band Kansas has signed with agency APA for worldwide representation. The company will represent band members Phil Ehart, Billy Greer, David Manion, Ronnie Platt, David Ragsdale, and Richard Williams as they bring their music to fans around the world.
“Kansas has been a part of the Rock ‘n’ Roll landscape for over four decades,” commented Steve Lassiter, SVP/Partner and Head of Concerts at APA Nashville. “Their fans are extremely devoted, and we at APA are excited to continue to unite the band with their fans for more stops along their musical journey.”
Kansas released its debut album in 1974, and went on to sell more than 30 million records, and earn eight Gold albums, three sextuple-Platinum albums (Leftoverture, Point of Know Return, and Best of Kansas), one Platinum live album (Two For The Show), and more.
The documentary Miracles Out of Nowhere, which chronicles the band’s rise to fame, premiered in February at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, and debuted on television on both VH1 Classic and Palladia on March 20. The film and companion CD released March 23, debuting at No. 37 on Billboard‘s album sales chart, and at No. 61 on the Billboard Top 200.
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