Amy Davidman
Masterclass Teacher, Summer Music Industry Intensive

Amy Davidman is a veteran agent with more than 20 years of experience in the music business. She began her career at the legendary Bowery Ballroom and went on to work with esteemed David Lefkowitz Management before focussing on the live business working at High Road Touring before becoming an agent at The Windish Agency and then Paradigm.

In 2020, a year defined by the global pandemic, Amy launched TBA, a new independent agency as a founding partner. TBA gained instant recognition from the likes of Billboard, Pitchfork, Variety and more being hailed as a new era of agency, marking “the beginning of the deconsolidation of corporate agencies” according to Pollstar’s cover story.

Independently Amy has been featured in Rolling Stone, Pollstar, The LA Times, Billboard’s 2020 Pride List, Music Business Worldwide’s Inspiring Women Series, and made Billboard’s 2021 International Power Player List amongst others and has appeared on panels and as a guest speaker at conferences and universities including International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA), Wavelengths: Global Music Conference, Folk Alliance: Folk Unlocked, Women In Music: Driving Change, Women In Music: Know Your Worth, Pollstar: The Future of Live, The International Live Music Conference (ILMC), The Clive Davis Institute at NYU’s Tisch School of Music, and UCLA’s Herb Alpert School of Music.

She brings deep experience in several genres and represents artists including Pink Martini, Resistance Revival Chorus, Hiatus Kaiyote, José González, Cut Copy, Caribou, Ana Tijoux, Helado Negro, Boy Pablo, Cuco, Bebel Gilberto, Jake Shears (of Scissor Sisters), Tirzah, Madame Gandhi and more.

Amy is based in the Bay Area, CA.

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