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Episode Info: Eric Knight is the founder of Persistent Management, a full service artist management company. Their artist and creative roster includes singer songwriter Blake Nix, and feature film and television Director/Producer Keith L. Shaw. Eric himself has opened for acts including KISS, Dave Matthews Band, Aerosmith and Kid Rock, and recently walked away with Outstanding Male Solo Artist bragging rights at the Rockies Awards in Hollywood. Topics discussed during this podcast episode include; The pitfalls of trying to make it big before you're ready Why YOU should choose your clients Mistakes Eric has made along the way that he really learned from And much more! You can play this podcast episode here: Your browser does not support the audio element. Websites referenced during the podcast: (Note: All links open in a new tab) PersistentManagement.com Here's a timeline of the topics discussed during the podcast: 0:00 - Short bio and intro 1:20 - Eric Knight's growing up years, influences, and how he got into music 4:15 - Eric's first 'big' moment 7:30 - How Persistent Management came about and why the name was chosen 10:00 - Eric's rock band - Disciples of Babylon 18:40 - Not taking on every client, but choosing the right clients 22:15 - How can an artist stand out from the rest of the crowd? 24:45 - Mistakes that Eric's made that he's learned in his business 27:45 - Getting in touch with Eric Knight Like this podcast? If you're enjoying the podcast, it's safe to assume there are others out there like you who would also enjoy the podcast. Help them find it! I've created a short video below that will show you how to quickly and easily rate and review the podcast in iTunes and/or Stitcher. Those people will appreciate it, and you'll feel great about yourself...Read more »

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