Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Milk & Honey hires Chelsea Avery as Head of A&R/Manager | Music Business Worldwide

Artist management, A&R and marketing company Milk & Honey has hired Chelsea Avery to the position of Head of A&R/Manager.

Avery will lead the Los Angeles-headquartered business’s creative team, in addition to  managing and helping build its talent roster.

Prior to joining Milk & Honey, Avery held the position of Senior VP of A&R for Scooter Braun Projects where she handled A&R for Justin Bieber’s “Purpose” album, in addition to artists such as Martin Garrix, Tori Kelly, David Guetta, The Knocks, Steve Angello and Rixton among others.

Prior to Scooter Braun Projects, she worked at Republic and Interscope Records.

Lucas Keller, Milk & Honey founder, said: “Our friendship goes back many years, so it was incredible to have Chelsea join our team.

“The relationships she has built with some of the best songwriters and artist talent in this town is unmatched, and at a pivotal time for our company where we are growing and having a number of hit records—we couldn’t be more excited to have someone like Chelsea onboard as we take the next step.”

“The relationships that Chelsea has built with some of the best songwriters and artist talent in this town is unmatched.”

Lucas Keller, Milk & Honey

Milk & Honey Management, A+R + Marketing represents songwriters, producers and artists who have collectively amassed over 400 million records sales worldwide.

This roster includes David Hodges, Oak Felder, Sir Nolan, Jamie Hartman, Rich Costey and several others who all rely on Milk & Honey for worldwide representation.

In addition to its Los Angeles HQ, Milk & Honey also runs a fully-staffed Brooklyn office in NYC focusing on electronic music, plus a newly-opened Nashville office focusing on country and pop.Music Business Worldwide

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