Fingerless Gloves Projects Rebranded, Joins Forces With Six Boroughs Media (EXCLUSIVE)
The Six Boroughs brand expands as talent management company Fingerless Gloves Projects is renamed and welcomed into the fold, TMN can exclusively reveal.
Run by Andy Bryan and Melita Hodge, Fingerless Gloves Projects becomes Six Boroughs Management, and, from this point on, operates alongside PR and promotions business Six Boroughs Media, also run by Bryan and Darryl Bailey.
A new entity is formed from those two companies — Six Boroughs Group, a PR and management specialist.
“What’s in a name? Turns out simplicity,” comments Bryan on the changes.
“Having our two businesses combine under the one name makes total sense. We’re in the creative services industry and the cross pollination of all facets of the entertainment business make the decision to form the Six Boroughs Group as an umbrella for our services is a clear one.”
Six Boroughs Management brings to the party a roster of clients including Northeast Party House, Taj Ralph, producer Ryan Miller, celebrity chefs Adam Liaw and Analiese Gregory and co-management of Kasey Chambers, Ball Park Music, Andy Golledge and BOY SODA, the latter two performing at Bigsound 2022.
Its sister company, Six Boroughs Media, which was formed in 2014, counts Dune Rats, Bad//Dreems, Pixies, Teenage Dads, Blake Rose, Lauv, Hockey Dad, Mia Rodriguez and others among its clients.
“Forming the Six Boroughs Group feels like the perfect way to harness our various business strengths under one name,” comments Hodge on the rebranding of her company.
“The businesses complement each other and work hand in hand on many projects. We’re looking forward to making the name Six Boroughs synonymous as a place for creatives to take their ideas to the next level.”
Music projects on the whiteboard include Ball Park Music’s performance at Grapevine Festival, Andy Golledge playing a run of festival shows, PR campaigns with Bad//Dreems, a close-to-sold-out Pixies tour and new album, the rise of Teenage Dads and more.
Six Boroughs Group is “excited for the opportunities ahead,” reads a statement, and keen to take its “clients’ art to even higher levels.”