GLASGOW, Scotland (CelebrityAccess) — Scottish promoter and club veteran Brian Reynolds has launched 432 Presents, a new concert promotion company in Scotland.
Based in Glasgow, 432 Presents includes a substantial portion of the team of Reynolds former company Synergy Concerts, which he former business partner Grainne Braithwaite-Vedamanikam launched in 2012.
According to IQ-Magazine, the two amicably decided to part ways, with Reynolds launching 432 and Braithwaite-Vedamanikam continuing to operate Synergy.
However, as IQ Magazine noted, the majority of the Synergy team jumped ship to 432 and the company retains ownership of two Glasgow venues – the 100-capacity Hug & Pint and the new 200-capacity Blue Arrow Jazz Club.
Key personnel at 432 include senior booker Joe Rattray, head of marketing Simon Ward, head of venue operations Colin Campbell, and David Weaver, who handles the promoter’s ticketing.
432 Presents will also continue to promote the National Whisky Festival, which is now in its third year, and has promotion deals with arts festivals such as Doune the Rabbit Hole in Doune, Celtic Connections, and the Spree Festival in Paisley.
Upcoming shows for 432 Presents include Four Fists, the Peter Johnstone Trio, John Bramwell, The Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble, Heir of the Cursed, and Inside Dave Van Ronk with Ross Clark of Fiskur.
“The strength and resilience of our company comes from the time we spend building relationships with our peers; listening to them, understanding them, and moulding what we do to suit their needs. Above all else, we are always learning and always looking for ways to improve how we operate in order to provide the best possible service,”