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FITZGERALD & HARTLEY'S
NEXT CHAPTER
5/6/19

After 42 years in the business, Nashville management firm Fitzgerald Hartley will close before the end of the year. The company, which reps Brad Paisley, Chris Young, Vince Gill, Randy Houser, Kellie Pickler, Tracy Lawrence, Chase Bryant, Morgan Evans, Eric Paslay, Olivia Newton-John and Robert Cray Band, was co-founded by Larry Fitzgerald and Mark Hartley and currently has offices in Music City, as well as Ventura, CA.

Going forward, Fitzgerald plans to focus solely on Gill—his client of 35 years. Hartley will continue to work in artist management, and in the development of film and TV projects.

“Mark and I forged a collaboration that has been successful, both personally and professionally, beyond our wildest dreams,” said Fitzgerald. “Now I want to concentrate my efforts toward Vince. Though his accomplishments thus far have been enormous, I believe our partnership has been a cornerstone of my career, and I know we have many mountains yet to climb.”

“It has been a great ride and does not seem like a 42-year run,” shared Hartley. “We have been blessed to be able to collaborate with such amazingly talented artists and partners.”

Fitzgerald also added, “Although closing the doors on FITZHART after 42 years is difficult, looking back on all the incredible artists’ careers that Mark and I have been a part of has been an absolute privilege. Who knew that closing down a business is almost as difficult as creating one?”