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MALE EXECS MAN UP IN SOLIDARITY

A letter spearheaded by Paradigm’s Tom Windish (pictured) calling for the Recording Academy to clean up its act and for men to stand in solidarity with their female co-workers now has the signatures of 38 male execs.

Windish tells Variety’s Jem Aswad that he circulated the letter among his circle of friends, acquaintances and colleagues in the business. Thus, the signees are primarily agents, managers and attorneys, along with songwriter Justin Tranter, rather than label and publishing execs. Indeed, Big Deal topper Kenny MacPherson is the lone member of the publishing business whose name is on the list of signess, immediately below:

Chris Anokute, Young Forever, Inc.

Dave Ayers, Big Deal Music

Joshua Binder, Davis Shapiro Lewit et al

Scooter Braun, SB Projects

Cliff Burnstein, Q Prime

Steve Bursky, Foundations Music

Rich Cohen, LoyalT Management

Matt Colon, Deckstar

Jaddan Comerford, Unified Music Group

Pat Corcoran, Haight Brand

Phil Costello, Red Light Management

Marty Diamond, Paradigm Talent Agency

Dan Friedman, Equative Thinking

Eric Greenspan, Myman Greenspan Fox Rosenberg Mobasser Younger & Light LLP

Elliot Groffman, Carroll Guido & Groffman LLP

Michael Guido, Carroll Guido & Groffman LLP

Randy Jackson, 1963 Entertainment

Evet Jean, Opulent AM

Kenny MacPherson, Big Deal Music

Billy Mann, Manncom Creative Partners

Peter Mensch, Q Prime

Brian Message, ATC Management

Ian Montone, Monotone, Inc.

Craig Newman, ATC Management

Scott Rodger, Maverick

Aaron Rosenberg, Myman Greenspan Fox Rosenberg Mobasser Younger & Light LLP

Anthony Saleh, Emagen

Rich Schaefer, LoyalT Management

Brian Schwartz, 7S Management

Dalton Sim, Nettwerk Management

Drew Simmons, Foundations Music

Chris Tetzeli, 7S Management

Justin Tranter, JSFG Publishing

Jake Udell, TH3RD BRAIN

Dean Wilson

Tom Windish, Paradigm Talent Agency

Henny Yegezu, Equative Thinking

Jeremy Zimmer, United Talent Agency

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