Federal regulatory and government practice leader Jack Quinn has been named president of the Music Artists Coalition (MAC), a recently launched lobbying group composed of leading figures in the music industry.
According to Billboard, Quinn will lead MAC’s strategy development and spearhead its legislative and governmental efforts in Washington, D.C., and will advocate on behalf of artists on music-related policies.
Additionally, MAC’s board includes Manatt’s Jordan Bromley, leader of the firm’s entertainment transactions and finance practice, as well as musicians Don Henley, Dave Matthews, Anderson .Paak and Maren Morris. It also includes artist managers Irving Azoff, Coran Capshaw and John Silva, as well as publicist Kristen Foster.
Quinn’s appointment was also covered by MusicRow, POLITICO and Digital Music News.