Music Week Special Report: Live agents

James Hanley

The UK’s “special relationship” with the US is by no means limited to politics - a growing number of British live music booking agencies are getting into bed with their transatlantic counterparts.

CAA opened a UK office back in 2006 and WME followed suit 12 months later, while Neil Warnock’s The Agency Group was already well established Stateside prior to being absorbed into UTA in 2015.

In between, US giant Paradigm acquired a 50% stake in London-based Coda in 2014 ...

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