Artist Manager Keith Hagan Joins MNRK’s Management Team As VP Management, New York

(December 13, 2022)- MNRK Music Group proudly welcomes veteran music executive and artist manager Keith Hagan and his notable roster of artists to the MNRK Management family. Hagan brings artists The Afghan Whigs, Robert Finley, Cymande, Ondara, The Whitmore Sisters, and The Mastersons into the company with him. Based in New York, Hagan will work under the MNRK banner and report to MNRK’s President and CEO, Chris Taylor.

Taylor says, “We are so excited to welcome Keith to the MNRK family. He has an incredible wealth of experience and an amazing roster that is going blossom under the MNRK umbrella.” Hagan says, “I’m thrilled to be joining the MNRK team. Chris Taylor is building a very forward- thinking and proactive team, and I have no doubt that all of the artists I currently work with will benefit greatly from being at MNRK. I look forward to working with everyone and continuing to help grow the MNRK roster.”

Most recently, Hagan founded and helmed Skylark Artist Management, a management, marketing and publicity company. He was the co-owner of SKH Music for over a decade, where he worked closely with Kenny Rogers, TOTO and Paul Weller among numerous others. Hagan previously held executive positions at PFA Media, and Mammoth Records and began his career at Arista Records.

MNRK’s globally focused management division provides every tool a manager and artist need to succeed in the modern business and a world-class executive team that works with GRAMMY-winning talent.

Hagan’s roster joins MNRK’s robust artist management roster, which also includes GRAMMY- nominated singer-songwriter Diana Gordon; arena rockers Arkells; New Zealand indie-pop quartet Yumi Zouma; electro-pop artists Lights and Alice Ivy; mega-streaming lo-fi artist Powfu; comedian Steve Trevino; jazz pianist Thompson Egbo Egbo; GRAMMY-nominated Latin artist Lupita Infante, and more.

For more information please contact:

Giovanna Melchiorre

Vice President, Media Relations