Talent & Music Manager
Atalent manager, also known as anartist managerorband manager,
is an individual or company who guides the professional career of
artists in the entertainment industry. The responsibility of the talent
manager is to oversee the day-to-day business
affairs of an artist; advise and counsel talent concerning professional
matters, long-term plans and personal decisions which may affect their
roles and responsibilities of a talent manager vary slightly from
industry to industry, as do the commissions to which the manager is
Jesus look-alike Nathan James became the seventh finalist to leave Superstars after being sent packing by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Monday night 23rd July.
Hunky Nathan James was kicked off TV talent contestSuperstarin a shock result on Monday night, after a tense sing-off with fellow hopeful Roger Wright.
The two men found themselves battling to remain in the competition after
the public failed to show them mercy, with the men receiving the lowest
number of votes. Nathan and Roger presented Andrew Lloyd Webber with a heavenly rendition of
This summer's weather has played havoc with outdoor gigs. But rain is not the only thing putting a damper on events.
We are told that the canny British festival fan no longer bothers
with domestic events because of the lure of the same bands in sunnier
climes on mainland Europe. Yet this week music writers were emailed by
the publicists for a major European event pleading for coverage. Why?
"Ticket sales in the UK are slightly down this year, which we are
surprised about." It seems the lure of abroad isn't that alluring after
Fernando Alonso(1:51.746) took pole for the 2012 British Grand Prix
from Mark Webber in the final moments of qualifying and Webber was
unable to respond, even behind the Spaniard on track. Michael Schumacher
and Sebastian Vettel completed the second row of starters for Sunday’s
race in a rain-soaked qualifying session at Silverstone.
Jenson Button was the big name knocked out in Q1, falling afoul of
the rain in the final sector, along with yellow flags for a stranded
Timo Glock. Button looked ready to knock Rosberg out, but instead he was
the man out with the Caterhams, Marussias, and HRTs.