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Billions agents in Paradigm defection

World News
June 11, 2018

Agents Ali Hedrick and Trey Many have left booking agency Billions Corporation to join Paradigm Talent Agency (PTA), taking acts including Fleet Foxes and Death Cab for Cutie with them.

Hedrick had spent 22 years at Billions and has a roster including Sufjan Stevens, Glen Hansard and Bill Callahan.

Prior to joining Billions Many ran his own company Aero Booking, which he merged with Billions in 2008. He has a roster including Death Cab for Cutie, Fleet Foxes and Beach House.

Meanwhile Billions agents Andrew Colvin and Adam Voith have also left the company and joined William Morris Endeavor’s Nashville office. They take with them North American representation of 12 artistes, including Mumford & Sons, Bon Iver, Dawes, and Vampire Weekend.

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