Eleven Music Career Center is rebranding and restructuring.
The music business coaching brand you’ve come to know and love will continue at TurnUpToEleven.com, but with the business behind the scenes changing, its public brand will change to kickoff and reflect this new chapter in Eleven’s evolution.
The original three Eleven co-founders (Matt Jacoby, Nick Venturella and Steve Banik) are moving in a few different directions.
Nick Venturella has decided to step away from Eleven to concentrate on his growing up-cycled guitar making business while also pursuing more songwriting and sync licensing opportunities for his ever-growing catalog of music.
“I’ve had a blast helping get the Eleven brand off the ground, but other music priorities have been unexpectedly growing to a point that I can no longer ignore their impact on my time and attention,” said Venturella.
Steve Banik has also made the decision to pursue other music endeavors that have increased demands on his time and attention.
“I had a great time and learned a lot as we built Eleven Music Career Center. However, all good things must come to an end, and I wish Matt the best as he takes it to the next level!”
Matt Jacoby will remain on to propel the Eleven brand into a new chapter.
“I couldn’t have asked for better partners with Nick and Steve. They were fun to take this journey with: sharing laughs and stories, bringing our individual experiences and knowledge to the table, and putting our heads together to build a brand that allowed us to stay involved with music and pursue our passion of helping fellow musicians build their careers.” says Jacoby.
“The last few years have allowed us to move at our own pace and gave us the freedom to explore, grow and pivot to find what works for the brand, the coaches we collaborate with, and the artists we’ve had the pleasure of serving. I wish them the best of luck in their next chapters and hope they can still celebrate what’s to come for the Eleven brand. It wouldn’t be here without them!”
Eleven has been growing its roster of coaches, which will allow the brand to help even more music creators build more financially sustainable careers. As a result, more musicians will be able to turn their passion into a viable career choice.
Eleven Music Career Center, LLC, the legal entity that acts as the foundation for the Eleven brand, will be dissolved to formally end the existing partnership. A new entity, Career Musicians Made Simple, LLC, will take its place and continue to do business as Eleven Music Career Center.
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