Bio: Played a key role in the launching of the careers of AC/DC, Meat Loaf, John Paul Young and Flash & The Pan when Vice President/Professional Manager at Edward B. Marks Music. Former Vice President of Creative Affairs for United Artists Music Formed Barry Bergman Management representing recording artists and Ellymax Music & Wood Monkey Music representing song writers. Publish over 400 songs recorded by artists including Cher, Michael Bolton, Joan Jett , Kiss and Helix. Some top hits include "Don't Shed A Tear" recorded by Paul Carrack, "Don't Close Your Eyes" recorded by KIX and Kathy Mattea's "Love Travels". Was inducted into the Personal Managers Hall of Fame on May 10, 2018 Holding Music Industry Seminars focusing on Management, Marketing, Music Publishing and Promotion. This business is about earning a sustainable living doing what you love with people you enjoy. FOR MORE INFO Barry’s the Founder & Chairman Emeritus of the Music Managers Forum U.S. an international not for profit organization with over a 1000 members worldwide. The MMF was formed to further the interests of talent managers and their artists in all fields of the music industry. MMF was formerly called the IMF. Testified in Congress on June 28, 1995 in a hearing on H.R. 1506: "Digital Performance Right In Sound Recordings Act Of 1995". Signed into law on November 1, 1995. On October 24, 2003, was honored by the MMF-US in celebration of the organizations 10th anniversary which was held at the United Nations. Consulted various artists as well as Sony Music Of Canada, and Toronto based Official Community Corp. a builder and manager of e-businesses for established brands.
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