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KINGS CROSS

More fallout is afoot in the agency world, as the RCA alt/rockers of Kings of Leon move from CAA to WME for exclusive worldwide representation.

The band—managed by Ken Levitan and Andy Mendelsohn at Vector—follows the steps of Scott Clayton, who left CAA in November to join WME as a Partner and Co-Head of the Nashville office. Clayton is also now serving as the leader of the agency’s rock division.

WME, who previously represented KOL for international touring, will now represent the artists in all areas; that means music, film, television, books, endorsements, et al.

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