Long time Disturbed day to day manager TJ Sagen has joined forces with FM Music Management. TJ spent 10 1/2 years at Jeff Battaglia Management (JBM) handling all of the day to day management duties for the 2 time Grammy Nominated rock band Disturbed and also worked with Sevendust, Device, Fight Or Flight, Art of Dying, Dark New Day, Call Me No One, Molehill, Jess Godwin, The Taking, and The Lifeline. Currently, he is managing international recording artist Nonpoint as well as Marty Casey and Kildare.
“I’m not only excited but also grateful to have the opportunity to work with Frank Mastalerz and the FM Music Management team. Frank has been a great friend to me throughout the years and I’m looking forward to playing a small part of a much bigger picture on this endeavor.” says TJ.
FM Music Management adds, “TJ has been a good friend and industry colleague for many years and his knowledge and work ethic will be a significant addition to our team. We welcome and look forward to working with his artist additions of Nonpoint, Marty Casey and Kildare and helping them grow their careers under our roof.”
FM Music Management is based in Chicago Illinois and has an artist
roster comprised of :
Screaming For Silence
The Last Vegas
FM Music Management was created when longtime Industry veterans Frank Mastalerz, Bob Hathaway, Dino Kourelis, and Chris Jones joined forces. Each member brings a distinct skill set, and combined, FMMM offers expertise in every facet of the Music Industry. Frank Mastalerz is a
veteran in Touring and Promotions with decades of experience. Bob Hathaway is a Radio expert with over 20 years experience. Dino
Kourelis brings real life experience from the performers point of view, as well as an extensive background in Finance. Chris Jones is
the Industry standard for graphic/web design with over a decade of experience.
FMMM always puts the band first and strives to put them in the best position to reach their goals. FMMM has created a place where veteran bands could thrive and reach new levels and young bands could develop and grow.