Jordan Berliant

Partner/Head of Music Management

In 2008, Jordan Berliant joined as a partner in The Collective Music Group and heads the day-to-day operations of the Music Management Division. With over 20 years experience in the music and entertainment industry, including nearly 20 years as an artist manager, Jordan recognized an opportunity to apply his skill set to the benefit of artists in a rapidly evolving music economy.

In addition to managing Collective clients, Linkin Park, Stone Temple Pilots & Staind, Jordan brings his International expertise to the entire Management roster and created a bespoke network of label & media partnerships across the globe.

Prior to joining The Collective, Jordan ran the day-to-day operations for Allen Kovac’s management company, Left Bank, which later become Tenth Street Entertainment. Among Left Bank’s/Tenth Street’s client list were some of the biggest names in music, including Blondie, Mötley Crüe, The Cranberries, Clint Black, The Bee Gees, Luther Vandross, Meat Loaf, Duran Duran, Buckcherry, Everclear and Papa Roach, among many others. Sensitive to maximizing an artists’ expansion of their talent, Jordan played an instrumental role in positioning several key marketing strategies that combined performance and media with a variety of other ancillary marketing partners and was the driving force behind the NY Times bestselling autobiography of Mötley Crüe, The Dirt, which is widely considered to be among the best rock books of all time.