Former Muse tour director Glen Rowe has spoken exclusively to Music Week about supporting the next generation of guitar bands with his new management firm.
Kyoto will specialise in rock acts and provide them with free access to a recording and rehearsal studio, based near Shenfield.
“It’s beautiful, it’s set in 22 acres of land with a swimming pool and tennis court,” said Rowe. “It allows a band to do what they want to do, make great records and record ...
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