Starfish Entertainment Adds Elliott BROOD To The Roster
The boutique artist management company adds the Juno-winning roots trio to an elite roster that includes Blue Rodeo, Jim Cuddy, The Sadies, Oh Susanna, and Skydiggers.
By FYI Staff
Toronto artist management company Starfish Entertainment has announced a new addition to its roster – Juno-winning folk-rock/alt-country band Elliott BROOD.
“We are excited to announce our new relationship with Elliott BROOD,” explains Starfish Entertainment Founder, Susan de Cartier, in a press release. “They are an incredible band of talented, inventive, musicians and we are honoured to have them join our Starfish family. Their new work is extraordinary and we are proud to be working with them on the next chapter of their career.”
"The members of Elliott BROOD are extremely excited to be joining forces with the management team of Susan de Cartier and Jude Coombe of Starfish Entertainment,” the band adds. “The band members have been longtime fans of their work and are thrilled to be welcomed into their stellar roster of clients and artists.”
The Hamilton-based trio is renowned for its brand of fuzzed-up roots music and captivating and frenetic live performance. Over the course of its career, Elliott BROOD has been nominated for a total of five Juno Awards, was Short Listed for the prestigious Polaris Music Prize in 2009, and nominated for a Genie Award in 2012 for an original song, West End Sky, that was featured in the film, Grown Up Movie Star. The band is currently in the studio working on ts highly-anticipated seventh album.
About Starfish Entertainment
For the past 25 years, Toronto-based Starfish Entertainment has been managing artists, earning an enviable reputation for its stellar work in guiding the careers of a select and elite roster of roots music-oriented groups and singer/songwriters.
The boutique firm's flagship act is Blue Rodeo, one of Canada's most successful groups ever, with worldwide album sales of over four million to date, and a large and loyal audience developed over more than three decades. Starfish also manages the solo careers of Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor, as well as highly-acclaimed veterans Oh Susanna, Skydiggers, and The Sadies. Recent additions to the roster are folk-rock duo Harrow Fair and now roots-rockers Elliott BROOD.
Starfish also manages The Woodshed Recording Studio, a full-service facility in Toronto that has hosted sessions by the illustrious likes of Feist, Neko Case, Bahamas, Kris Kristofferson, and Barenaked Ladies, as well as Blue Rodeo, Jim Cuddy, and The Sadies.