Shep Gordon: 'When you delivered a weak record, that's when old labels supported you most'

Tom Pakinkis

Nobody told Shep Gordon that nice guys are supposed to finish last. 

Having begun his glittering career in show business as a music manager in the 1960s, Gordon has built a reputation as both the architect of modern entertainment management and ‘the nicest guy in the world’ across both Hollywood and the music business.

Gordon stepped into the music industry during the iconic era of sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll - and the story of his first break ...

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