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Jill Kreinbrink

Jill Kreinbrink
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Jill Kreinbrink has worked in the music industry for three years in Nashville, Indianapolis, London and currently Los Angeles, where she lends her efforts in entertainment marketing at Tourdesign Creative. She also assists with editing promotional materials and brand imaging for her friends at Rabbit Hole Creative. Her experiences and passions extend across the realms of live entertainment, artist management and music publishing.

Hailing from small town Warsaw, Indiana, Jill is a proud alum of Belmont University, where she studied Music Business and Marketing and received a degree in Business Administration. A forever fan of Chicago sports teams, she always supports the Bears on game days. In her free time, Jill enjoys playing banjo (very badly), learning to surf (even more badly), longboard skating and blogging about music and popular culture.
October 29, 2012
After nearly 8 years of operation, Patton House Entertainment continues on its swift rise, having expanded into a full service company specializing in personal management, marketing and promotions, consultation and publishing services. At the head of it all is President and CEO Andrew Patton,...
September 28, 2012
When I ask Benita Bellamy how she got into the entertainment industry and what events led her to start her own company, she says, “Oh Lord!” We both immediately burst into laughter. But this marketing and public relations executive has an incredible story, one rooted in faith and following...
August 31, 2012
For independent artists, there’s more pressure to be better well rounded in the industry today. You may be clueless about the world of marketing, but you’ll be surprised to learn that it starts with focusing on the basics.
July 27, 2012
What makes the of marriage music and fashion so intriguing? It captures a lifestyle. But from concept to creation, there is a business behind it all, and it starts with your band's brand. I recently had the opportunity to speak with TRUNK LTD's Director of Retail Sales, Kristine Van Galder.
June 29, 2012
“If you can sing a little bit, and you can play a couple chords – you can write a song.” These are the very simple words of the very accomplished Andrew Fromm, and if you’re not sure who he is, you’ve probably heard of some of the notable artists he’s written songs for: Backstreet Boys, NSYNC...
May 23, 2012
Bob Morrison is a music industry veteran. With a career that spans over thirty years, he currently runs a music business consulting firm called Chart Noise and serves as the VP Catalog and Special Markets for eOne Music. Recently I was able to talk with him about distribution and the role...
April 27, 2012
From his humble beginnings as a high school aged intern at a radio station in Albuquerque, Chris Chicago has now grown into a jack-of-all-trades powerhouse in the world of electronic air waves – host at Hype Radio, the number one syndicated Christian hip-hop show in the world with over 140 FM...
March 29, 2012
Sixteen Cities is a Christian pop rock four-piece band from Portland, Oregon, consisting of Josiah Warneking, Josh Miller, Joel Warneking, and Chad McCutchen. The band started out as a public school worship and prayer ministry, led by front man Josiah Warneking and guitarist Josh Miller. In 2009...
February 27, 2012
Justin Cortelyou is an engineer and mixer based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Having engineered and mixed records for Taylor Swift, KISS, Ke$ha, Alice Cooper and Kristin Chenoweth, Justin began his career in the music industry working with Grammy Award-winning producers and engineers Bill VornDick...
January 30, 2012
So you finally got your gigs booked? Hate to break it you, but you still have a long road ahead of you. Now the hard part comes...you have to get people to show up! But don’t sweat it. Many independent artists struggle with the same, simple question: How do I promote my shows? The process can seem o
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