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Ralph Jaccodine management

Ralph Jaccodine

Ralph Jaccodine
Ralph Jaccodine began his career in music promoting concerts in Allentown, PA and then as the concert director at the University of Notre Dame. He has worked with artists such as: Bruce Springsteen, Kiss, Rush, Hall and Oates, Dolly Parton, Kansas, Styx and others. After running his own downtown Boston commercial real estate company for 12 years, he joined Mike Dreese, the co-founder of Newbury Comics, one of the nation's leading retail music chains, in starting Black Wolf Records, an independent record label.

In 1994 he started Ralph Jaccodine Management guiding the career of songwriter Ellis Paul, and then expanded the business working with artists including: Martin Sexton, The Push Stars, Flynn, Antje Duvekot, The Adam Ezra Group, Johnny A, Works Progress Administration (Glen Phillips, Sean Watkins & Luke Bulla), Vinx, Averi, Shun Ng, Rebecca Loebe, Bang Camaro, Amy Black and Susan Cattaneo.
Ralph is the co-founder of the Boston Management Group, a professional organization started 20 years ago with Tim Collins, the longtime manager of Aerosmith. He is on the board of directors of International Folk Alliance, Club Passim, and The Hope Collaborative, and his is on the advisory board of WUMB and worked with Ernie Boch Jr's 'Music Drives Us' Foundation. He is adjunct professor for the Business/Management Department at Berklee College of Music in Boston, the nation's top college for music. He is the recipient of the 2015 Dean's Award for Innovation and Service at Berklee.

He is a frequent speaker at industry events such as: Folk Alliance International, SXSW, CMJ, The American Music Conference, Berklee's Re-Think Music Conference and the Eagles Leadership Conference in Singapore as well as speaking at Berklee College of Music, Northeastern University, Harvard University, Emerson College, Tufts University, Singapore Polytechnic , UCSI University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and others.