Nashville-based record label and marketing agency, Brooklyn Basement Records, has expanded their newly formed management division roster, which will be led by CEO Blair Clark.
Brooklyn Basement Records will manage the careers of Ron Pope, Miko Marks (Redtone Records), and Emily Scott Robinson (Oh Boy Records).
“I am thrilled to be expanding Brooklyn Basement once again,” says Clark. “It feels like a natural evolution to work with Miko and Emily on a more consistent basis. The manager/artist relationship is so personal and I am extremely passionate about doing all I can to help these amazing women in their careers. After managing Ron Pope for a decade, I’m excited to round out my roster and take everyone to the next level.”
The Brooklyn Basement roster has a busy season ahead. Robinson’s upcoming Oh Boy debut, American Siren, will be available on Oct. 29; Marks is currently recording the follow up to her critically acclaimed Our Country; and Pope will be releasing new music starting in January 2022.
Clark co-founded Brooklyn Basement Records in 2015 after a decade-long career in the independent music space.
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