Tony Gottlieb is a lifelong veteran of the entertainment industry / artist management profession with extensive business and live performance venue experience. Audio engineering and theatrical lighting expertise for touring music acts and their support personnel in public performance. Handling all show operations for artists under his management with knowledge of production needs for venues as small as coffee houses to large arenas and amphitheaters. All such work experience occurred daily in varying venues throughout the US and internationally.
Operations included: Tour Data Corporation for live performance management of England Dan Seals, (John Ford Coley) and Seals and Crofts. Tours frequently included Dinner Theater and Las Vegas style showroom appearances, integrating food and beverage service. As owner and general manager of Sumner County Morningstar recording facilities, Gottlieb has a lengthy history of rights management and A-list recording artist production. His direct-to-consumer marketing company, 1-800 COUNTRY provided full-service business management and licensed CPA accounting staff for the joint management operations.
Sanborn "Sandy" McGraw is a young, multi-faceted, music industry veteran. Beginning his professional career at age 16 as an Archivist and Social Media Manager for the famed Whiting music family. This led to producing albums and working at boutique record labels in executive positions. While handling a large roster of talent with his booking agency, McGraw was invited to join the team of, Great American Songbook Ambassador, Michael Feinstein.
As Tour Manager and Executive Assistant, McGraw handled day-today operations of every aspect of Feinstein’s career, touring the US and abroad, spearheading recording and television projects, liaising for Feinstein’s Great American Songbook Foundation / Museum, as well as taking an active role in the show operations of Feinstein’s chain of successful Supper-Clubs in New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.