Music Monday: Artist Management: How And Where To Find It
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Music Monday: Artist Management: How and Where to Find It
Featuring Caamp’s Manager Adam Sensenbrenner and Manager of Peter Frampton Lisa Jenkins with a live performance from Little Miami.
Moderated by Amber Knicole of Mojoflo.
Little Miami Performance: 6:50pm
*Tickets are free, but be sure to reserve your spot*
Food & Bar: Our full drink menu will be available before and during the program. The kitchen will be closed.
Adam Sensenbrenner is an Artist Manager at Mick Management and based in Nashville, TN. Originally from North Carolina, Adam began managing acts as a college student before moving to New York City to further pursue his career. His current clients include Caamp, The Backseat Lovers and Natalie Hemby.
Lisa Jenkins has managed Grammy winning guitarist Peter Frampton for the last 25 years. In addition to representing Peter Frampton, Lisa has worked with Shawn Colvin, Rodney Crowell, Cyndi Lauper, The Mavericks, Lucinda Williams and many others. She is on the President’s Council of Musicians On Call, an alumni of Leadership Music, and a member of The Recording Academy.
Amber Knicole has been lauded by critics as “a star of supernova proportions” with “a voice that is a medley of power, finesse, and control.” The award-winning vocalist, actor and aerialist is best known to Columbus audiences as the lead singer of the critically acclaimed neoFunk group, MojoFlo. Amber has starred in Short North Stage’s productions of Dreamgirls and Pippin, and Spamalot, earning a Theatre Round Table Award for her role as Effie White in Dreamgirls. Always nurturing her passion for service, Amber has lent her voice to The Columbus Foundation’s ‘Spirit of Columbus Celebration’ and Dayton CityFolk’s ‘Playing for Change.’
Amber has earned a certification in Trauma Informed Yoga for Youth and completed Professional Level Training with The Center for Mind-Body Medicine. Amber Knicole is an educating artist and producer with WAV (We Amplify Voices) connecting students with their self-confidence and incarcerated Mothers with their children through music, a teaching artist/performer for The Muse Machine serving Dayton Public Schools, an instructor for The Jazz Academy Fellows program specializing in Voice and Stage Control, and an instructor at Columbus’s Girlz Rhythm and Rock Camp. Amber Knicole also serves as a Vice Chair of Music Columbus.
Little Miami is home to singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rourke Papania. His songs are stories of silver linings half-told and half-imagined, plucked from a hazy memory and jotted down on a bar napkin. With meandering melodies and words that wander their way into rhyme, the music of Little Miami will take you on a winding journey from city expressway to rust belt river. Come on in, the water’s fine.
Date: Monday, April 17
Time: 6:30 pm
Doors Open: 6:30 pm