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So many artists reach that stage in their careers (usually while they’re still amateur) at which either their egos or the level of activity they have reached tell them they need, or think they need, a manager. And usually the first person 32 Artist management 33 they approach is a brother, a sister, or a close friend of the band. Quite what is going through their minds when they make such a proposition is difficult to say. In some cases it’s simply that they feel that there’s a certain prestige attached to having a manager; in other cases it’s simply that they don’t want the responsibility of organizing things any more, and would prefer to be getting on with the ‘serious, creative’ business of writing and performing.
Self-management can also make sense to a solo singer— songwriter and even a traditional four- or five-piece band. Signing a management deal with a third party too early can cause problems—both now, when there’s little or no money being made, and later if and when the money does start coming in and the original agreement begins to look iniquitous to either or both parties. It is not uncommon for bad management deals to resonate years after a band has split with its management and the members have even split with each other.
The manager taking on this band will want to consider these points: • The band’s intended career path. What is the manager expected to achieve? A publishing deal? Record deal? Live appearances? Where does the band see its future? Does the band seek worldwide success, and if so to what extremes is the manager allowed to go in order to achieve these goals? • The terms of the deal. What is the manager’s percentage, what is the duration of the management contract and what is the extent of that contract?