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Mickey Curbishley, CEO of PRG Music Group, Announces Resignation
USA – CEO of the PRG Music Group, Mickey Curbishley has announced that he will be leaving Production Resource Group as of 30th June, 2016. As CEO of PRG’s Music Group, Curbishley oversaw business development and client support for concert tours, special events, television, and other music-related projects around the world.
“After 18 great years at PRG, I have decided to move on,” says Curbishley. “Looking back what a fantastic journey it has been. From a tiny warehouse in West London where we spent the first week removing dead pigeons to the glamorous Hollywood Hills. I have been extremely proud of the professional and personal achievements my time at PRG has afforded me but now I feel it is time to begin a new journey in this amazing and ever-changing industry.”
Curbishley also notes that he wants to thank the people that have made his journey at PRG so special. “I will miss working with the amazing team that makes up the Music Group. These are not just the people I work with, these are my lifelong friends sharing some of the toughest times and definitely some of the funniest!”
Curbishley begin his career in the music industry touring with many popular artists including Elton John, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, George Harrison, Frank Sinatra, Judas Priest, AC/DC, and Prince. Leaving the road in 1994, he joined Light & Sound Design (LSD), where he eventually became co-owner of the esteemed company. With PRG’s acquisition of LSD in 1998 Curbishley joined PRG. Throughout his time at PRG Curbishley filled leadership roles for the concert touring division including president, global president, and most recently the CEO of PRG Music Group. Under his guidance PRG’s global concert touring grew into the worldwide leader providing production technology to some of the biggest and most influential artists in the music industry. In the past several years Curbishley oversaw the formation of the PRG Music Group, focused on providing integrated video and lighting solutions for tours, festivals, and concert events around the world. Curbishley helped integrate and merge the leading industry veterans and technology expertise of PRG and Nocturne.
“I am very proud to have been in a position to have contributed to the success and hard work of such an incredible team of people at PRG over the years,” comments Curbishley. “It has been a real pleasure, a great deal of work and some wild times together. Though I am moving on from PRG, I am confident that everyone at the Music Group will continue to provide the highest level of support for PRG’s clients. Over the coming weeks I look forward to continue working with my clients and colleagues as I make this transition.”
Curbishley concludes: “It’s always been my clients, many of whom I am lucky to also count as friends, and their creativity that has pushed me to achieve the highest level in all my endeavors and I look forward to continuing those many close collaborations. This is one of the most exciting industries that I know and it is one that is definitely in my blood. I can assure you I am not leaving the music industry, but rather am excited to have the opportunity to look for and embrace the new adventures and possibilities it has to offer.”
14th June 2016
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