No Doubt Sign New Management Deal With Azoff MSG Entertainment

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Billboard has confirmed exclusively this afternoon that No Doubt have indeed parted ways with Rebel Waltz Management and have signed with Azoff MSG Entertainment (AMSGE).

Billboard first broke the news of the management change in late April but have now confirmed the move. Irving Azoff first denied the reports when approached and the article also mentions that several management companies were interested in signing No Doubt before they decided to join with AMSGE. Azoff also represents some of the biggest names in the music industry including Christina Aguilera, Van Halen and the Eagles.

No Doubt had been represented and managed by Jim Guerinot’s Rebel Waltz since 1998.

We wish No Doubt all of the best in their new adventures in the near future and can’t wait to see whats next!

18 Replies to “No Doubt Sign New Management Deal With Azoff MSG Entertainment”

  1. Yay!!!! I would assume if they’ve changed management then they MUST be planning new stuff for us. I am so thrilled to hear this great news confirmed !!!!! 🙂

  2. Thigns like this always make me wonder why… but it’s gotta be for the best. good luck with everything, ND!

  3. I hope this is a step in the right direction, but it’s really up to the band on where they will go from here. A tour…studio time…SOMETHING.

    1. After what Adrian said, I can also see ND surprising us with a single towards the end of the year. I think it may all depend on Gwen’s schedule and the band’s free time to get back into the studio. Crossing my fingers for news soon!

  4. It can hardly get worse than P&S, so I guess it is a good move. Sometimes some things just need to change. The only thing I am worried about is that Azaff guy’s reference list: Christina Aguilera, the Eagles, Joe Walsh, Van Halen, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Steely Dan, Chelsea Handler and Lindsey Buckingham… sounds like the who is who of irrelevance to me lol.

  5. The TWH hashtag is interesting… Although I don’t think it’s entirely everyone else’s fault but ND. The material wasn’t up to par either.

  6. Actually this is good news because it signals that they are still together and perhaps can now proceed to deliver what they wanted to release but stalled.

  7. Lena, thats not completely true. All artists, even retired ones, have manegement to handle anything related to their image.

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