LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) APA has promoted Jules Urbanski to agent in the concerts department, it was announced today by Jim Gosnell, President and CEO of APA. Urbanski first joined APA in 2015, working in the mailroom before joining the agency’s Agent Training Program prior to his promotion.
“Jules is an exceptional young man with an entrepreneurial spirit, vision and passion for the music industry,” commented Gosnell in making the announcement. “I’ve admired his talents since first joining our team and am pleased to award his hard work and diligence with this promotion.”
A graduate of the UNLV, Urbanski grew up on film and television sets with parents Diane Wilk, executive producer of The Nanny, and Doug Urbanski, Broadway producer, talent manager, and Academy Award-nominated film producer.
Urbanski works closely with APA partner and co-head of talent, Jim Osborne, with whom he shares crossover clients, including T.I, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, and Tyrese Gibson. He also represents Blac Rabbit, the band and famous busking group who have accumulated over 27 million Facebook views for their Beatles covers and recently appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Managed by Will Whitney at How Far Music, the band is currently in negotiation with a major studio for a feature film based on their amazing story. Urbanksi’s roster also includes newly signed Mateo Arias, otherwise known as ¿Téo?, and LA pop band Kid Bloom who recently supported the Neighbourhood at the Greek Theatre last month.