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WBR UPS TWO IN
ROCK PROMO

Warner Bros. Records Promotion Department has promoted Heather Luke to Senior Vice President, Rock Promotion & Music, and David Ravikoff to Senior Director, Alternative & Rock Promotion.

Luke, in her 14 years with WBR, has been instrumental in both breaking and elevating Linkin Park, Avenged Sevenfold, Muse, The Black Keys, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Disturbed, among others. She is based in Burbank.

Lake thanked Peter Gray, Cameron Strang and Hildi Snodgrass plus her Rock Team of Julie Muncy and Rob Goldklang  “for their continued support, unwavering loyalty and passion for breaking new artists.” 

Ravikoff  will move from his regional post in Washington, D.C., to New York in his new role, working with Goldklang, Luke and Muncy.  Ravikoff has routinely broken new songs and artists from his territory, including Muse, The Black Keys, Royal Blood, Foals, Jason Derulo, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Lukas Graham and Andra Day.

"Having been with Warner Bros. Records for 10 years, I'm especially excited to grow within our Promotion Department family,” Ravikoff said. 

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