Music talent agency Buddy Lee Attractions has closed its doors after 54 years, BLA CEO Donna Lee has confirmed to MusicRow.
Located at 38 Music Sq. E., Ste. 300, the company employed approximately 12 staffers and represented a lengthy roster of tours and bookings for country, inspirational and rock artists, recently including Andy Griggs, Michelle Wright, Jamie O’Neal, Mark Collie, Darryl Worley, Presley & Taylor, Ricochet, Ty Herndon, and more.
Among the company’s staffers are Lee; David Kiswiney, Sr. Executive VP; Steve Peck, VP; Joan Saltel, Agent; Mike Meade, Agent; Anthony Wozniak, Agent; Jimmy Dasher, Agent; Aura Guadagno, Agent; Amy Aylward, Agent; Jon Sayles, Agent, and Marsha Owen, Bookkeeper.
Originally founded in 1964 as Aud-Lee Attractions, the agency was fully acquired by Buddy Lee in 1968. Throughout its history, the agency has represented notable artists including George Strait, Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks, the Dixie Chicks, Florida Georgia Line, and Jason Aldean.
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