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GRAHAM'S BRND JOINS RMP, LAUNCHES MUSIC DIVISION

Range Media Partners has announced that Matt Graham will lead the newly created music division and brand development firm as co-Partner and Head of Music. 

Graham's team at BRND MGMT will also join the RMP Music Division, with BRND Partner/GM Jack Minihan taking on the role of Range EVP of Music. Their existing team of managers Jordan Dettmer, Stephanie Marks, and Alicia Mathews, along with associate Isaac Zepeda, will also be in RMP's new music sector. 

BRND MGMT’s client roster, which will all follow to the new company, includes Grammy-nominated acts Midland (Big Machine) and Wale (Warner), as well Nicky Romero (Virgin/UMG), The Score (Republic), Hailey Whitters (Big Loud) and more developing acts. 

On the new partnership, Graham said, "In challenging times like these, artists need forward-thinking partners to help navigate the many ways in which to monetize their creativity and diversify their businesses. This new ecosystem will allow our existing team and roster to take advantage of the vast resources available within a fully-integrated and full-service media company with the capacity to not only manage, but also to finance and create. I am honored and excited to launch Range Media Partners together with this remarkable group of friends and colleagues."

Range Co-Founder, Jack Whigham added, "Matt is a leader within the music industry and has a strong reputation for his character, taste and work ethic. While watching him build his own management company, we were blown away by how he represented his clients in such a dynamic way, with a deep understanding of the music business, but also a real knack for film, TV and brand-building." 

Graham joins the team of RMP managers Dave Bugliari, Mackenzie Condon Roussos, Rich Cook, Michael Cooper, Susie Fox, Sandra Kang, Rachel Kropa, Chelsea McKinnies, Peter Micelli, Lucinda Moorhead, Mick Sullivan, Byron Wetzel and Jack Whigham. 

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