Canadian Music Industry on UTA Closing Toronto Office


As Billboard’s story circulated, many in the Canadian music industry began to offer comments about the blow the office’s closure will deal, but primarily wishing all the staff well. A recurring theme, one presented yesterday by Ross in an interview with Billboard and echoed by others: a certainty that everyone would land on their feet and continue what they do best, finding, developing and booking Canadian talent. Billboard spoke to more than a dozen promoters, label executives and managers who worked regularly with the UTA Canada team to get their reactions about the office’s closure. read more at

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