It looks like a huge set of artists are going to be banding together under a new organization that will be established to advocate for artists’ rights in the digital streaming age.
Billboard is reporting that the likes of Eagles’ Don Henley, Dave Matthews, and Anderson .Paak will join high-profile managers like Irving Azoff, Coran Capshaw and John Silva to fight for the rights that the artists need in the face of massive technology conglomeration.
Don Henley, Dave Matthews, Maren Morris, Anderson.Paak, Meghan Trainor, Shane Mcanally and Earth, Wind & Fire’s Verdine White are among a group of artists banding together to form the Music Artists Coalition (MAC), a new organization established to advocate for and protect artists’ rights.
They are joined by a number of high level managers — including Irving Azoff, Coran Capshaw and John Silva — on the board, which also includes industry executives and attorneys Jordan Bromley, Jim Cicconi, Kristen Foster, Susan Genco, Elliot Groffman and Ali Harnell.
Read more here at Billboard.