Iain Taylor, CEO and President of Cadence Music Group, today announces Linda Noelle Bush’s promotion to the position of Vice President, Artist and Label Services. Bush has been with Cadence Music Group since 2018 as Director of Artist and Label Services.
In making the announcement, Taylor said: “Since joining us two years ago, Linda has made a huge impact on both our distribution and artist rosters. Her ability to bring the best out of her team, coupled with the value she places on strong partnerships and passion for music, make her an incredible force on our team.”
On the promotion, Bush says, “These past two years have been such a joy working at Cadence Music Group. It was wonderful to be welcomed back into the industry and jump in head first with great records by Felix Cartal, Donovan Woods, Brittany Howard, and the list goes on and on. We have such a great team here, and I owe much of the success to their combined hard work. I can’t wait for you all to hear what we’ve got on deck for 2020!”
Her background spans more than 20 years of industry experience, starting with the Attic Music Group. This led to her a position as Creative Manager at Universal Music Publishing, where she discovered and supported the talents of Sam Roberts and k-os. She then launched New Romantic, a talent development, management company and label with a roster including controller.controller, The Organ, Hidden Cameras, Lioness, and The Holiday Crowd.
She has also worked as a Music Supervisor and as a licensing agent representing major labels, publishing and television companies. Most recently, she worked as Music Manager at DHX Media, where she oversaw all music publishing and master rights exploitation and distribution.
About Cadence Music Group
Cadence Music Group (www.cadencemusicgroup.com) is a leading independent music company based in Toronto, Canada. Cadence Music combines the personalized, artist-friendly approach of an independent record company with the execution and reach of a major label. Cadence Music Group has been named Independent Record Label of the Year at the Canadian Music Industry Awards on four separate occasions, and its artists have won 36 Junos and a dozen Grammys.