Gold Village Entertainment is an entertainment management company based in New York, representing the careers of Steve Earle, Ben Lee, Martha Wainwright, The Trews, and The Waterboys, among others.
Gold Village was started by Danny Goldberg in 2007, and represents artists in music, touring, books, films and all other media worldwide. The company marks the return to management for Goldberg, who created and ran Gold Mountain Entertainment in the nineteen eighties and early nineties where he managed the careers of Nirvana and Bonnie Raitt among others. In 1992, Goldberg sold Gold Mountain to become an executive at Atlantic Records, becoming President in 1993. He was briefly Chairman of Warner Bros. Records in 1995, was President of Mercury Records and then promoted to Chairman of The Mercury Records Group from 1996-1999. In 2000 he started the independent record label Artemis Records. He is the author of the acclaimed books How The Left Lost Teen Spirit, Bumping into Geniuses, In Search of the Lost Chord: 1967 and the Hippie Idea, and Serving the Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain. For Danny Goldberg’s full biography, please visit here.
In addition to Danny Goldberg, Gold Village Entertainment includes Vice President (and Artemis Records alum) Jesse Bauer, and Artist Managers Gabriel Barreto and Zane Warman.