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2001.05.05 - Billboard - Finding Sanctuary

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Post by Blackstar on Tue Apr 21, 2020 9:57 am

2001.05.05 - Billboard - Finding Sanctuary 2001_037


The Beat

Sanctuary Finds Additional Home

By Melinda Newman


FlNDING SANCTUARY: The Sanctuary Group is expanding its U.S. operations  with the mid-May opening of a Los Angeles-based management office. It will be run by Guns N’ Roses manager Doug Goldstein. London-based Sanctuary opened offices in New York last year.

“We are passionate about management [and] artist development,” says Merck Mercuriadis, CEO of the Sanctuary Group North America. “We wanted to bring our international expertise to the U.S. market and create a positive, creative environment for career artists at a point in time when quality management has never been more in demand.” Mercuriadis also shares the title of co-president of Sanctuary Music Management with Goldstein.

Other Sanctuary management clients include Iron Maiden, Pet Shop Boys, the Catherine Wheel, the Kinks, and new acts Buddahead, Regency Buck, and Adam F.

As for the new Interscope/Geffen/A&M Guns N’ Roses album, Mercuriadis says the long-awaited project should he completed this fall.

Sanctuary is best known for its record division, which includes Megadeth, Widespread Panic, Corrosion of Conformity, and Marillion.

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