ole, one of the world’s leading independent music publishing and rights management companies, announced today that Tracey Singer has joined the company as Senior Director, Label Services. Singer will report directly to ole CEO and Chairman Robert J. Ott.
“I have tremendous respect for what Robert and ole have created in 12 short years and am so excited to become a part of a company that will allow me to grow, learn and really make a difference in the music industry”
In this position, Singer will join the operations of ole’s robust label services division, which includes Anthem Entertainment Group – the label home of Rush, Big Wreck and Ian Thornley – Anthem Legacy and ole’s own artist development label, red dot. Singer will also be responsible for contributing to operational oversight, fostering artist, manager and label relations, and business development.
“I have tremendous respect for what Robert and ole have created in 12 short years and am so excited to become a part of a company that will allow me to grow, learn and really make a difference in the music industry,” said Singer. “There is so much undiscovered talent out there, I’m looking forward to building and fostering relationships with artists and becoming a part of the ole success story.”
Singer comes from her own artist management company, K Music Management, which has managed numerous artists over the past 20 years, including Meghan Patrick, a 2016 Canadian Country Music Association nominee for Songwriter of the Year who recently signed a publishing deal with ole. A former recording artist herself, Singer has well-rounded insight into all aspects of artist development and management.
CEO & Chairman Robert Ott remarked, “I am very pleased to welcome an executive of Tracey’s caliber to the ole Label Services team and look forward to her positive contributions to our growing Label group. ole acts in partnership with many third-party labels and clients and we are confident Tracey’s ability to motivate change and progress will be appreciated by ole’s stakeholders.”