Marsha Vlasic Is Leaving ICM Partners

NEW YORK (VIP NEWS) — Veteran agent Marsha Vlasic is leaving ICM Partners after a six year stint with the agency.

According to Billboard, Vlasic's departure was announced to her colleagues via an email from Steve Levine, head of west coast music at the agency.

"In 2008, ICM Partners acquired MVO, a live booking agency owned by Marsha Vlasic. It marked a return to ICM, where Marsha worked in the 1980s. We`ve enjoyed a successful relationship these past six years, but we`ve amicably decided to part ways at this time. Please join us in bidding her a fond farewell," Levine wrote.

As stated by Levine, Vlasic joined ICM in 2008 as their Senior Vice President of Concerts when ICM acquired Vlasic's boutique agency MVO. While at ICM, she oversaw the agency's new contemporary rock division, bringing aboard agents such as former Agency Group alum Nick Storch and the acquisition of Robin Taylor's booking agency Inland Empire Touring. Vlasic is recognized for her innovation, creating package touring festivals such as Ozzfest and H.O.R.D.E

Vlasic reps a roster that includes Elvis Costello, Neil Young, Moby, Iggy Pop and Ben Folds.

At the time of publication, Vlasic has not revealed any information about her future plans, or the disposition of her client roster. – Staff Writers

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