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Jampol Artist Management, Inc. is dedicated to the re-introduction of timeless art through modern means. We cultivate the recordings, images, writings and other creations of our legacy clients in order to keep them circulating in the cultural bloodstream, and ... more.
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The Estate of Michael Jackson
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The Joplin estate
The Recording Academy
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Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
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Estate Of 2Pac Placed Under New Management
It has been also revealed that Jampol will be working with Tom Whalley, the label executive who first signed Tupac to Interscope Records, to release previously unheard music.
Jampol founder and president Jeffery Jampol echoed Afeni's statement, saying that, "It's our responsibility - and our privilege - to ensure that new generations of fans experience the power of Tupac's music, his ideas and his storytelling," In addition to Tupac, Jampol currently manages the likes of the Doors, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, Peter Tosh and Henry Mancini. Jeffery Jampol himself also advises in the management of the late Michael Jackson's estate.
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"This company develops, preserves, extends and enhances artist legacies,"� says Jeff Jampol, President of Jampol Artist Management, Inc. (JAM, Inc.). "We're dealing with very important art, creation, and artists, and our job is to maintain, build, market, promote and oversee these artists' legacies or, if you will, their brands. However, we are very careful and judicious in employing the terms 'brand' and 'branding,' as a lot of damage can be done in the name of commerce, and applying business terms to art can often sully art's purity. On the other hand, when you bring that pure art to the marketplace, branding is a fundamental part of the mix, and when that foundation, or 'brand,' is a legacy beloved by generations of fans, you have to be extremely thoughtful about every single move you make. These iconic artists embody fundamental worldwide significance, not just musically and artistically, but also culturally, politically, socially and historically."� As the founder and head of JAM Inc., which manages rock legends The Doors, Ramones, Tupac Shakur, and the Estates of Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, Peter Tosh and Rick James, Jampol has had ample opportunity to consider such issues. But Jampol doesn't view himself merely as a curator of classic catalogues. "The goal is to extend the reach of the artist and their work, using new distribution channels, new technology and other emerging resources, to place timeless art into a modern context."� To that end, Jampol produced, with Dick Wolf, the 2009 Doors theatrical documentary film, When You're Strange, narrated by Johnny Depp, for which Jampol and Wolf won the 2011 Grammy® Award, and were nominated for a 2010 Emmy® Award. To that end, Jampol produced, with Dick Wolf, the 2009 Doors theatrical documentary film, When You're Strange, narrated by Johnny Depp, for which Jampol and Wolf won the 2011 Grammy® Award, and were nominated for a 2010 Emmy® Award. Jampol also helped conceive, create and is a producer of the hit Broadway musical, A Night With Janis Joplin, which after touring the US for two years, premiered on Broadway in September 2013. Additionally, Jampol has produced musical and theatrical works, overseen deluxe reissues of classic albums; overseen large-format art books (The Doors by The Doors and Jim Morrison: Treasures); enlisted cutting-edge artists like Shepard Fairey (Obey Giant, the Obama "Hope"� poster) to create new graphics; authorized remixes by top DJs; vigorously pursued film, TV and game placements targeting young audiences; rebooted merchandising initiatives; developed content-rich web destinations designed to serve longtime fans and new seekers simultaneously; and considerably more. Jampol began his music career as a DJ and Public Affairs Director at a college-radio station (as a supplement to his "official"� coursework in media studies and communications) and moved into artist management, production and "DIY"� marketing, managing and producing several key bands in San Francisco's emerging punk scene. After college, he served as a consultant for high-end audio firms and landed a radio-promotion post for CBS Records; this led to work as a promotion executive for Atlantic Records in San Francisco. Jampol's background served him well in the ensuing years; moving back to his hometown of Los Angeles, he continued to work as a manager, marketer and consultant to entertainment companies and also became a partner in a chain of Los Angeles-area community newspapers. His production company, Polymedia, meanwhile, was the first to sign creative wizards David Was and Don Was as producers, and Jampol became a voting member of The Recording Academy® in 1985; he later sat on the Board Of Governors of NARAS'® Los Angeles chapter from 2007-09. Jampol was also eager to share what he'd learned about the entertainment industry, and 2011 marked his 14th year as part of UCLA's entertainment-industry curriculum. As an instructor at UCLA's Music Business/Entertainment Studies & Performing Arts program, he currently teaches such courses as The Music Business NOW (co-sponsored by UCLA and The Recording Academy®), Personal Management of Recording Artists, and Artist Development and Marketing in the Entertainment Business. He has also served as a panelist, moderator and featured speaker on artist management, deal negotiation, digital media strategy and entertainment marketing for The Darden School Of Business at the University Of Virginia; The Marshall School Of Business at USC; California Lawyers for the Arts; South By Southwest Music Conference; NARAS®;The Learning Annex; Los Angeles Songwriter's Academy; Nashville Music Conference; BMI; MusExpo, and Loyola Marymount University, among other institutions and conferences. Partnering with Danny Sugerman at the Doors Music Company(DMC) in 2003, through Sugerman's untimely passing in 2005, Jampol continues to manage The Doors' catalogue; masters, publishing, merchandise, film & TV work, licensing and name & likeness rights, as well as the estate of Jim Morrison and new creative projects engendered by surviving members Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore. In addition to his management, consulting and teaching work, Jampol is an active counselor, speaker and volunteer in the drug and alcohol treatment and recovery field. He's also an avid bodysurfer, boating enthusiast, racing sailor and hardcore audiophile.
JOPLIN AND JAMPOL: Veteran music exec Jeff Jampol's Jampol Artist Management, which handles The Doors, as well as the estates of Jim Morrison, Gram Parsons, Peter Tosh and Rick James, was cited for his work with the late Janis Joplin in a N.Y. Times Arts & Leisure story which ran last Sunday here.
Jampol was brought in by the family of the late blues shouter to oversee and manage her legacy, which includes all recordings, publishing, film/TV, apparel, licensing, book, theatrical and PR worldwide. Jampol also just launched the company’s new website, www.wemanagelegends.com. He was not at Woodstock. (10/5a) But now the Joplins have recruited, for the first time, a professional estate manager, Jeffrey Jampol, to develop business opportunities and guide the career of a singer dead since Nixon’s first term. Mr. Jampol, a producer of this year’s Doors documentary, “When You’re Strange,” is also working with Spitfire Pictures on a feature-length Joplin documentary, with access to rarely seen footage shot by Joplin’s road manager John Byrne Cooke. In addition, Mr. Jampol said the Joplin estate would next year co-produce “One Night With Janis,” a touring theatrical production of Joplin songs. In several phone interviews Mr. Jampol emphasized his intention to expand the Joplin enterprise while honoring the singer’s “authenticity.” In choosing projects, he said, “the first question we ask is, Will this stand proudly next to Monterey Pop and ‘Me and Bobby McGee?’ ” Mr. Jampol’s presence might provide a new avenue of communication between the singer’s family and her old band mates.
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This Week In Music: Jeff Jampol, President of JAM, Inc interviewed by Ian Rogers, CEO of Topspin
Jampol Artist Management | This Week In Music: Jeff Jampol, President of JAM, Inc interviewed by Ian Rogers, CEO of Topspin
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This Week In Music: Jeff Jampol, President of JAM, Inc interviewed by Ian Rogers, CEO of Topspin 16 Jan This Week In Music: Jeff Jampol, President of JAM, Inc interviewed by Ian Rogers, CEO of Topspin On the 26th episode of This Week in Music, Ian Rogers is joined by Manager Jeff Jampol. Jeff is manager of legendary and iconic artists such as The Estates of: The Doors, Janis Joplin, Rick James and Peter Tosh.