Jason Murray has been appointed President of Vector Management, as announced by the company’s founders, Ken Levitan and Jack Rovner. In this role, Murray will oversee operations and new business.
The owner and co-founder of Black Box Music—one of Canada’s top independent record labels and artist management companies—Murray will merge his company with Vector. His first management signing, alongside Levitan, is country-blues singer-songwriter and guitarist Charley Crockett.
Murray’s past successes include launching the career of multi-Platinum, award-winning rock band The Glorious Sons. He helped shepherd the breakout of JUNO Award winner JJ Wilde, as well as multi-Platinum singer-songwriter and producer Blanco Brown.
“I believe today, more so than ever before, artists need a management partner that fully understands all aspects of the music business,” says Murray. “Vector has been that company for decades, and we will continue to build on that ethos as we look forward.”
“We’re thrilled to bring Jason into the Vector team,” Levitan remarks. “His years of expertise and deep knowledge of this industry are excellent, and we can’t wait for the road ahead together.”
“We look forward to welcoming Jason to our great team here at Vector,” adds Rovner. “His knowledge and leadership serve to further strengthen our management team and we couldn’t be happier to have him as part of the next chapter of Vector.”
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