NASHVILLE (CelebrityAccess) – Veteran entertainment entrepreneur Matt Davenport announced the launch of a new boutique booking agency, Live Arts and Attractions Inc. The agency will focus on selling a variety of live performances and attractions to Performing Arts Centers, fairs, and festivals. Dan Mann, long time Nashville music industry veteran was named General Manager of the agency.
“Great customer service is a rare commodity but is a distinguishing mark of success,” said agency Vice President, Lou Spoltore. “We’re fortunate that Matt’s companies have an extensive infrastructure which will help facilitate great customer service.”
With agency mergers and acquisitions the new norm in Nashville, there is increasing room for small agencies with the ability to focus on the unique needs of each artist, presenter and promoter. “We’re not trying to create something new, we’re just trying to serve better,” Spoltore continued.
Live Arts and Attractions now represents, Nashville’s own Mandy Barnett; The Fabulous Equinox Orchestra from Savannah, GA; direct from the stages of Broadway, Three Phantoms in Concert; Hits and Grins a Nashville based, hit-songwriting trio, American Big Band Home for the Holidays a swinging, seventeen member Christmas show touring this holiday season and TLC’s newest reality family: The Willis Clan. More artists will be announced at a later date.
“We are looking forward to building new relationships and partnerships by extending our proven, entertainment attractions and services into additional markets” said Matt Davenport, President and CEO of Live Arts and Attractions, Inc. Matt Davenport Productions (MDP), Inc. and Live On Stage, Inc., all Nashville based music companies.
The top brass at the new booking agency are Matt Davenport as President, CEO for MDP, Inc., Live On Stage, Inc. and Live Arts and Attractions, Inc. with Lou Spoltore as Vice President Operations for Live On Stage, Inc., MDP, Inc. and Live Arts and Attractions, Inc. and Dan Mann as General Manager, Live Arts and Attractions, Inc.