Cerberus Management, the sister company to Curve Music, has been in business since 2002. Over the years, Cerberus has managed the careers of artists such as: Holly McNarland, Andy Stochansky, Suzie McNeil, Derek Miller, among others. Cerberus’ current clients include Lindsay Broughton, The Dead South, Producer Joel Feeney and renowned meal maker Chef Luke. In addition, Cerberus Management has consulted to numerous companies in the music industry including: Canadian Music Week, Musicians Rights Organization Canada, World Vision’s Artists Associate Program, Liberty Studios, Gibson Guitars, Music Managers Forum, among others.
Company President Brian Hetherman has spent the last 25+ years in the Music Industry. Along with Artist Management, and Record Label & Music Publishing services via sister company Curve Music, Cerberus provides consulting services to various Companies, Artists, and Individuals looking for assistance with music related projects.
Award-winning Country Music singer from Brooklin, Ontario, Lindsay Broughton continues to make her mark in Canadian Country Music. Since her last album release, Take Me There, in 2014, Broughton has added to her long list of accomplishments including achieving #1 Country Download with her single “We Don’t Mix” and 3 songs listed on the Canadian Billboard Country charts.
Her self-titled debut album rose to #1 in the best selling Canadian Country Album Charts in Canada in 2013. Broughton has shared the stage with Chad Brownlee, Emerson Drive and Gord Bamford all the while being voted Overall Musician Of The Year as well as Country Musician Of The Year at the Radio Nation Music Awards. From her last album, Lindsay’s single “Take Me There” charted Top 30 on radio with its accompanying music video airing on CMT.
With her latest album Runaway Train out this March, Lindsay Broughton connects with fans on a new level through a mix of personal stories you can relate to and fun, upbeat tunes to jam out to in your car. The first single “We Don’t Mix” released in fall 2016, showed a more Pop side of Lindsay, while the next single “Runaway Train” born out personal experience out this April adds a fresh but “Rootsy” sound to her stable of songs. Stay tuned for more info
Thanks to a little love by a The Dead South fan on Reddit, the band‘s most recent video to “In Hell I’ll Be In Good Company” off their debut album “Good Company” was able to break the one and two million views milestone and is well on their way to 2.5 million. Give it an eye below: