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Marsha Vlasic

Marsha Vlasic

Artist Group International (US)

Marsha has worked with some of rock ‘n roll’s biggest headliners, from Neil Young, Elvis Costello and Iggy Pop to The Strokes, Cyndi Lauper and Band Of Horses.

And her work in 2017 solidified when long-time client Cage The Elephant earned their slot among those ranks, drawing packed crowds and national headlines for its performances at Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Governors Ball and Outside Lands, following two years of solid roadwork for 2015’s acclaimed album Tell Me I’m Pretty and this summer’s live album Unpeeled.

The band will finish the year having played more than 70 dates, including A Concert For Charlottesville with Dave Matthews Band that Marsha has helped oversee.

Beyond Cage, Marsha celebrated her third year as president of Artist Group International with standout tours from PJ Harvey, who sold-out her first American run in over a decade; the triumphant return of Regina Spektor from a 4-year hiatus; Neil Young’s headline sets at Desert Trip 2016 and Farm-Aid 2017; Elvis Costello & The Imposters’ fan-favourite Imperial Bedroom Tour and successful festival runs for The Strokes, Band Of Horses and Iggy Pop.

Marsha is a pioneer for women in the music industry and has been honored annually by Billboard’s Women In Music. She was the recipient of the Spirit of Music Award by the T.J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS Research at the charity’s 39th Annual Honors Gala.

Marsha is also a board member for the Global Poverty Project, and serves on the advisory committee for Farm-Aid.

Her innovative booking strategy has garnered her respect and credibility in the industry.