NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — The Central Entertainment Group (CEG) has moved into the former Monterey Peninsula Artists offices in part due to the addition of three new agents.
Tom Riveria, who just finished up managing the Pepsi Smash bus tour, will now be running touring services. Former Famous Artists employee Vicki Baradi will handle alternative lifestyle markets and remixer/producers. Al Butell, previously head of Night Meizer Productions, will be booking urban and hip hop shows.
“At the rate CEG is expanding we needed the additional space,” CEG CEO Michael Schweiger said of the new office. “The move will enhance our ability to become a multi-dimensional music marketing company, representing our talent in bookings, films, TV licensing and sponsorships.” Despite one of the worst touring seasons ever and downsizing by competitors, CEG has opened two new offices, one in New York and one in Berlin, in the past year and is looking to expand into the Asian and South American markets in 2005.
To contact the CEG New York office:
Central Entertainment Group
166 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10010
–by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers