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Acts in management reshuffle

World News
November 5, 2017

Two long-time artiste/manager partnerships have ended, amid a flurry of other breakups. Green Day has left Pat Magnarella Management after 21 years and moved to Crush Music Media Management, which represents Sia, Fall Out Boy and Lorde, while Jason Mraz ended an 18-year working relationship with Bill Silva to manage his own career.Other recent changes include artistes leaving artiste division. Haim left Live Nation Entertainment division Roc Nation for Full Stop Management. Trisha Yearwood, formerly with Ken Levitan at Vector Management is also self-managing and Arcade Fire, has departed from Scott Rodgers at LNE-owned Maverick, but not yet named new management.

Disturbed, now with Q Prime, left Jeff Battaglia Management and Zac Brown Band, formerly with Roar, has formed Home Grown Music to self-manage.

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