LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Music Pros Hollywood, headed by music veteran and legendary record producer David Kershenbaum, worked with Tracy Chapman, Joe Jackson, Bryan Adams, DuranDuran, Tori Amos,Cat Stevens and many Grammy winning artists. launches a one-of-a-kind website providing guidance, support, and personal direction to those music creators seeking a "hit record" in today's new music market. At a time when digital downloads have changed the music business entirely, major record labels ineffective and/or barely surviving and radio no longer the major focus, internet marketing and personal artist development are paramount in achieving success.
This first-ever www.musicproshollywood.com website offers not only free information to both beginner and advanced, but access to a series of online classes, evaluations of songs and productions as well as direct personal contact with Kershenbaum. Whether producer, songwriter, performer, musician, this is an up-to-the-minute system, not seen before, to help both the new and experienced latch on to the new and complicated record business paradigm. Kershenbaum takes on artist development, singles, the studio, the songs, the image, the marketing of artists in an academic but uncomplicated and friendly manner providing many personal tips, industry secrets and standards, minus the rules of the old record business structure.
David Kershenbaum bio: Acclaimed industry music man, David Kershenbaum is internationally known as a music entrepreneur and producer. As a multi-Grammy winner, Kershenbaum has over 75 international gold and platinum albums to his credit. He is considered by many to be one of the top producers in the world as well as being one of the most respected.
While at A&M records, the biggest and most successful independent record company in the world at the time, Kershenbaum was known for being a true artist development executive. He supervised the talent roster, produced artists, signed superstars like Janet Jackson, Bryan Adams and Joe Jackson and oversaw the recording careers of many the labels other major artists.
The roster the he supervised and help develop contributed greatly to the hefty $550 million price tag that A&M was ultimately sold for first to PolyGram and then to Universal where it is today.
Kershenbaum's credits read like a "who's who" of the artist world, most of them major stars like Supertramp, Cat Stevens, Tracy Chapman, Duran,Duran, Tori Amos and Joe Jackson but he is especially known for developing and breaking new artists.
In the current digital music world, Kershenbaum formed "Music Pros-Hollywood" in order to help new artists to find their way to standout from the thousands of daily uploads on the internet and get their music heard and remembered. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers