It is impossible to talk about the past 25 years of history in Canadian music without mentioning Coalition Music. As thought leaders within the Canadian music industry, Coalition Music co-founders Eric Lawrence and Rob Lanni are the architects of a business built on the singular core belief that the artist is the most important person in the music industry and should have the reins to develop an empowered, confident career.
As an artist management company and an independent record company, Coalition Music boasts partnerships with some of Canada’s most lauded artists that have sold over fifteen million albums, with over 1 billion digital downloads and streams. Our Lady Peace, Simple Plan, The Tea Party, USS and Scott Helman are only a few of Coalition Music’s internationally successful clients.
Coalition Music’s Toronto based headquarters are in a 12,000 sq ft former convent that houses not only their management and record companies, but their recording studios, rehearsal spaces, a large performance space (the Chapel) and the one of a kind not-for-profit that they co-founded – Canada’s Music Incubator – where musicians can create, evolve and learn.