Eaglemont Entertainment head Jeff Berry has launched his own management firm, Courage Management. Berry spent a decade partnering with Centricity Music, and will now guide the careers of Jason Gray, Stars Go Dim, David Dunn, Carrollton, and Grayson|Reed.
“I moved to town nine years ago with a dream to start a management company,” Berry says. “For the last 10 years, I’ve been fortunate to work with an amazing group of people at Centricity, to learn from some of the best music executives in the business like John Mays and Steve Ford – and to be around great artists. What a gift that has been! Now I feel it’s the right time to start my own venture and to attempt to put into practice the generous lessons I’ve learned during this past season!”
Rounding out the team at Courage are Jordan Greiner and Angilee Smith, both who have served with Berry at Eaglemont and will join him in this new venture.
Berry received his MBA from Baylor University, and after teaching Economics and Entrepreneurship in the Business school at Baylor, founded CrossWind Ministries in 1994. For 11 years, he helped direct Grace Bible Study, a non-denominational bible-study for college students in Abilene and later served as an adjunct professor in the Music Business program at Dallas Baptist University. He joined forces with Centricity in Nashville in 2007 to begin an artist management division and work to develop new artists. During his tenure he developed a wide range of artists including Lauren Daigle and country group High Valley.
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