Fine Gold Music

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Fine Gold Music is a music firm based in NYC founded in 2002 by Jonathan Finegold.

FGM focuses on music licensing for advertisements, films, TV projects, movie trailers and video games. They also provide music supervision, consultation and A&R capacities in projects ranging from feature films, ad campaigns to Billboard charting albums.

Catalog/Representation

Artists Including:

Labels/Catalogs including:

In the past, Fine Gold's management division represents top Hip Hop, Reggae, Reggaeton, Dancehall and R&B producersTemplate:Who both domestically and internationally including Steven "Lenky" Marsden who was a co-writer on Sean Paul's hit Get Busy along with many other notable singles and albums.[1]

Selected placements

TV

Film

Advertising

Video Games

Owner/Founder

Jonathan Finegold has been a NYC club promoter and DJ (The World, Save The Robots, Palladium, MK, Milky Way), and radio host (WNYU), and journalist (CMJ). He was the co-founder and organizer of the New Music Seminar’s DJ & MC Battle for World Supremacy. At WNYU he interviewed acts such as LL Cool J, Public Enemy, X, The Ramones, Mantronix and KRS-One. At The World he promoted shows for the likes of Schooly D, Biz Markie, and Heavy D. In the 1980s he was a fixture on the Manhattan club scene and was responsible for helping bring hip-hop to the Downtown scene.[2]

He is currently an Adjunct Professor in the Clive Davis School of Recorded Music at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts[3] and a former instructor at SUNY Oneonta and guest lecturer at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and Baruch College in New York City. Mr. Finegold holds both a bachelor's degree in accounting and finance and a master's degree in arts administration, from New York University (Stern and Steinhardt).[no citations needed here] He is currently a member of the Dance Music Hall of Fame and is a voting member of NARAS (Grammy).

References

  1. [[[:Template:Allmusic]] allmusic]
  2. [[[:Template:Allmusic]] allmusic]
  3. Finegold: Tisch School of the Arts at NYU

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