George W Russell Jr.
Michael CreamerMusic Business
Michael Creamer is a talent buyer and venue manager at Berklee College of Music. Michael began his career over 20 years ago as an artist manager, and his roster includes Letters to Cleo, Superdrag, Kim Taylor, Oteil Bubridge, Kay Hanley, and Grownup Noise, to name a few. He was the co-owner of a very popular music venue in Cambridge, MA, for 10 years and has promoted shows all over the United States. He has worked with both indie and major label artists. He was nominated for a Grammy in 2009 for Best Historical Box Set for The Woody Guthrie “My Dusty Road,” which he produced. Michael also produces many successful charity events including Theo and Paul Epstein’s “Hot Stove, Cool Music” in Boston and Chicago.