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Daniel Glass

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Founder/President, Glassnote Entertainment Group

A full service independent music company, Glassnote was established in 2007 and is the proud home to grammy award winning Phoenix, grammy award winning and multi-platinum selling Mumford & Sons, The Temper Trap, Two Door Cinema Club, GIVERS, Childish Gambino, Oberhofer, Daughter, Little Green Cars, Robert DeLong, Half Moon Run, CHVRCHES, Flight Facilities, Panama Wedding, Jeremy Messersmith, Justin Nozuka, Foy Vance, HOLYCHILD, Flo Morrissey and Tor Miller. In 2011, Rolling Stone Magazine named Glassnote Best Indie Label and in 2013 was named Label of the Year at the A2IM Libera Awards. Glassnote has also been named the #1 Independent Label by Billboard in both 2012 and 2013. Mr. Glass began his musical career as a DJ at the famed Regine's Discotheque in New York City. His career path took him from SAM Records to Chrysalis, to SBK Records. Daniel also became president / CEO of EMI Records Group N.A., a founding president of Universal and, lastly, president of Artemis Records before eventually starting Glassnote. Daniel Glass's career in the music industry has been marked by such success stories as artists Billy Idol, Wilson Phillips, Sinead O'Connor, Blur, Jesus Jones, Erykah Badu, The Pretenders, Pat Benatar just to name a few! In 2013, Daniel was named as MUSExpos International Music Person of the Year and SESAC honored Daniel as the 2013 Music Visionary of the Year. Daniel was also featured as one of Pops Top Hitmakers by Hollywood Reporter and part of Billboards Power 100 in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Most recently, in 2014, Daniel won MUSExpos International A&R Executive of the Year. Daniel, an avid runner, has completed 16 New York Marathons and ran the Boston Marathon in 2010. Daniel is a Founding Board member of LIFEbeat, the music industrys AIDS organization, the Vice President of the New York Music For Youth Foundation, a Board Member of the Brooklyn College Foundation and a Board Member for the T.J. Martell Foundation."

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