Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Dan McCarroll EXITS Warner Brothers Label

Dan MCCarroll
Dan McCarroll, president and head of A&R for Warner Bros. Records, is leaving the label after a little more than two-and-a-half years, according to an internal memo reviewed by Billboard.

In a note to staff announcing his last day, WBR's chief Cameron Strang noted that McCarroll "has been integral in evolving our A&R activity, and helping us grow our partnerships with some of the world's biggest stars, all the while attracting a new generation of talent to the label."

His exit coincided with a recent visit to Los Angeles by Max Lousada, Warner Music Group's incoming CEO of recorded music - a job he starts in October.

Ten WBR artists have had top-ten albums in the last 12 months, including Michael Buble, Fleet Foxes, Gorillaz, Green Day, Head & the Heart, Linkin Park, Mac Miller, Mastodon, Prince and Red Hot Chili Peppers. Two of those have reached number one: Green Day’s Revolution Radio and Linkin Park’s One More Light.

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