MBM ARTISTS

MBM artists is an independent music management company based in the South West of England.

 

MBM is proud to represent some of the most elite talent currently emerging from the UK. We do not limit ourselves to one genre, we focus on artists who inspire us. It is our aim at MBM to foster and develop new talent, building careers while never forgetting that it is all about the music.

 

MBM is proud to have represented some of the most elite talent currently emerging from the South West and has played a key role in the development of artists such as harmony siblings Wildwood Kin (signed to Sony's Silvertone label), rock band Reigning Days (signed to Marshall Records) talented singer/ songwriter Daniel Steer (signed to Peer Music) , festival favourites Coco and The Butterfields, number one classical crossover soprano Rebecca Newman and exquisite solo singer songwriter Kiera Osment


MBM is run by Sarah Woodward and Kevin Wilson who between them have over 40 years music industry experience.

Sarah started her career running Gramophone award winning classical historical vocal label Romophone. After selling the label to classical industry giants Naxos, Sarah ran the string label Biddulph Recordings. In the last few years, Sarah has managed successful artists in multiple genres and also runs the management company and independent record label Ecco Recordings. Sarah has also helped program and run major festivals

Kevin has a successful 20 years track record in the industry in both managing multi platinum award winning and chart topping artists along with running labels, venues and festivals. Kevin has owned 3 recording studios, a city centre live music venue and run music management companies representing artists from around the world including Canadian singer Tara Mathew, and Sweden's Kim Fransson who has had a great deal of chart success including a No:1 single and a No:1 album.

 

 

 

The team were recently joined by David Rowell and Richard Engler of the Autonomy Music Group based at Tileyard Studios in London.