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New Signing

Jim Lenz joins TKO

Industry vet Jim Lenz has joined The Kirby Organization after 22 years as an agent at Paradise Artists.

Joining him in the move are The Winery Dogs, Cinderella’s Tom Keifer, Richie Kotzen, Mr. Big, Paul Gilbert, Ides Of March featuring Jim Peterik, Jefferson Starship, and more.
“In the early days of TKO I was fortunate enough to get to know the late Dave Kirby, founder and namesake of The Kirby Organization, who to me was an impressive visionary,” Lenz said. “I am looking forward to continuing the agency’s worldwide touring model with promoters, theatres, fairs, festivals and special events, as well as developing a corporate entertainment division around their artist roster.”
“We are very excited that Jim is joining TKO,” TKO President Andrew Goodfriend said. “Not only is he a great person, but his experience and talent speaks for itself – people with his vision aren’t easy to find in this business, and it’s an honor to see him become part of our family.”

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With Our Arms to the Sun is the second act to sign with the new-launched Fade to Silence Records

With Our Arms to the Sun is a breath of fresh air in a musical landscape dominated by pop formatted bands. The Arizona desert-based foursome crafts a brand of cinematic conceptual music that aims to evoke emotion and inspire thought in listeners. The band’s free-flowing style is not easily pigeon-holed, appealing to fans of not just one genre, but to people in general who appreciate music as expression.

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Guitarist Scott Ian (ANTHRAX), his wife Pearl Aday (daughter of actor/musician Meat Loaf), drummer John Tempesta (currently of THE CULT, formerly of EXODUS, TESTAMENT, WHITE ZOMBIE, HELMET and other bands) and bassist Joey Vera (current ARMORED SAINT and FATES WARNING member, who was briefly in ANTHRAX) in 2013 joined forces with Jim Wilson, guitarist/vocalist of MOTHER SUPERIOR (who doubled as Henry Rollins’ backing band from 1997 to 2003) and longtime Daniel Lanois bassist, to perform MOTHER SUPERIOR’s music at a show in Ian’s house as the guitarist’s birthday present to himself. The project, called MOTOR SISTER, has since written and recorded a debut album, “Ride”, which will be released on March 10 via Metal Blade.

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