Brian Frank has joined Core Entertainment as Managing Partner, it was announced by the company's Founding Partner Bill Siddons.

Based in Los Angeles, Core Entertainment represents ALICE IN CHAINS, JERRY CANTRELL, FIREBALL MINISTRY, FU MANCHU, KMFDM, THE THIEVES and TSAR as music clients. The company is also comprised of an overall television and personality division headed by Howard Lapides.

In his role as Managing Partner, Brian will continue to represent clients, including FU MANCHU, FIREBALL MINISTRY, THE THIEVES and TSAR, in addition to business development responsibilities.

Brian's career spans 15 years of experience in the music industry. His resume includes stints at major labels Capitol, Atlantic and BMG as well as music consulting for Ticketmaster, Soundbreak and Clear Channel. Over the years, Brian has handled projects for such diverse artists as TORI AMOS, BAD RELIGION, BLIND MELON, CIV, ORANGE 9MM, Ozzfest, RADIOHEAD and SUGAR RAY, among many others. Brian received both his Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Business Administration from Columbia University in New York.

"I am thrilled to be partnering with industry legend, Bill Siddons," Brian states. "I look forward to working with him to expand the Core's client management roster and to further develop our music consulting services."

Company founder Bill Siddons adds, "Brian is the kind of young, creative manager we have been looking for. He brings an energy and intelligence to which everyone in the company is responding positively. It doesn't hurt that he also has great taste in music!"


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