6 Things Artists & Producers Should Know About Beat Lease Agreements
Breaking down a problematic but popular type of agreement between artists and producers.
John E. Seay, Esq. is the founder of The Seay Firm, an entertainment law firm located in Atlanta, GA. As an artist himself, John has over a decade of experience as a musician, tour manager, and music writer. John spent five years as Of Counsel in the entertainment practice group of Loeb & Loeb, one of the largest and most comprehensive entertainment practice groups in the world, and worked in the legal department at Turner Broadcasting. He is presently Chair of the State Bar of Georgia Entertainment & Sports Law Section and is a member of the Recording Academy. At The Seay Firm, John works exclusively with artists and arts-related businesses.