Evan Bogart

Evan Bogart

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Evan "Kidd" Bogart (born January 23, 1978) is an American music executive and songwriter who has contributed to long list of internationally successful artists. He is the son of Casablanca Records founder Neil Bogart and music manager Joyce Bogart-Trabulus, who co-managed KISS and Donna Summer.

Music career

Bogart started working at Interscope Records as an intern when he was 16 years old. At the age of 18, Former Interscope Records President Tom Whalley promoted him into the A&R department. Under Whalley's supervision, Bogart aided in the coordination of various projects most notably for 2Pac's multi-platinum posthumous release "R U Still Down (Remember Me)" as the A&R Project Coordinator and the multi-platinum. While at Interscope Records, Bogart was responsible for the scouting and delivering of Eminem and WEB Entertainment to Aftermath/Interscope Records.

By 21, Bogart had moved into artist management as well as A&R Consultant for Warner Bros Records through Tom Whalley. He formed the now defunct BAT Management alongside partners Walter "Walt Liquor" Taylor and Jordan Feldstein. Under BAT Management and in conjunction with other managers Joseph "3H" Weinberger, Justin Trugman and Todd Bird, he was responsible for and/or assisted in the careers of Grammy Award winning Maroon 5, Planet Asia, Mystic, Styles Of Beyond and various others. Bogart played an integral role in Maroon 5 signing with Octone Records with...
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