“We shone the spotlight on others and it came back to us brighter than when it left”

Jeffrey Remedios
Jeffrey Remedios is the Toronto-based president and co-founder of Arts & Crafts, one of the top independent music companies, which represents artists including Broken Social Scene, Feist, Stars, Dan Mangan, Timber Timbre, and many more. Remedios oversees all aspects of the company’s business, establishing A&C as a global music brand, and he remains a front-line manager for Broken Social Scene and Timber Timbre. Rolling Stone recently cited Remedios as a key insider shaping the future of the music business.

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