Canadian booking agency
Under the current agreement, S.L. Feldman will provide market knowledge and touring for some of WMA’s roster and, “when mutual interests align,” WMA will play the same role for Feldman’s clients, according to a press release.
“We have enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship with WMA on many levels to date,” SLFA CEO Sam Feldman said. “Formalizing and broadening that existing relationship will bring a variety of new opportunities to our clientele, most specifically, access to the world’s largest music market, the U.S.”
WMA exec VP Peter Grosslight also reiterated the “terrific, informal relationship” with Feldman and looked forward to implementing the new agreement.
The two agents worked out a mutual agreement to use each other’s knowledge in their respective markets for select clients.
Diamond told Pollstar the formal affiliation ended amicably in 2005.