How to be the real deal with band manager Pete Galli

Band Manager Pete Galli says that when something's the real deal you can "feel it in your nutsack" and from there, consistency and disciple are key.

Band Manager Pete Galli says that when something's the real deal you can "feel it in your nutsack" and from there, consistency and disciple are key.

What’s better than than talking to someone who’s absolutely infected by what they do? Who’s so deeply deeply passionate about it that you get pulled in and excited, too? There’s a real genuine sense of purpose, and importance that you get from people like that, they're locked into the journey for good or for bad-- they’re glued to that roller coaster no matter what. 

That describes band manager, Pete Galli.

Pete manages bands and not just any bands but popular alternative bands like The Bravery, Andrew W. K, The Airborne Toxic Event, In the Valley Below. In case you haven’t heard of these performers, bands he manages have been on Conan O Brian, on Letterman, they’ve headlined at huge music festivals like Cochella, Lallapolooza, Austin City Limits— they’re Grammy Winning Artists who have opened for big acts like U2, Depeche Mode, and Green Day. The point is, Pete knows his stuff. He knows how to grow bands from Seedling to a Sequoia. And more than anything, he’s a driven, passionate, funny, and overall great guy. 

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