Jennifer Brazill is a music industry veteran with more than 20 years of versatile experience in: brand development & brand alignments, music licensing, event production, creative marketing, band management, marketing, booking, touring, publicity, artist hospitality and social media marketing.
An avid music lover and concert go-er from a young age, Jennifer has always sought up and coming bands and fresh sounds. After entering the music business in San Francisco in 1998 working for an independent record label and music attorney, she honed her experience, cultivated her resources and built her networks while working for Red Light Management and the Dave Matthews Band in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Jennifer moved to Los Angeles in 2007, where in addition to band management, music licensing, event production, she opened her own independent record label, Dusty Peach Records with Artist Management client, Samantha Stollenwerck.
As a consultant, Jennifer has produced several festivals, most notably, Peter Tosh’s Earth Strong Celebration in Westmoreland Jamaica and The Buffalo Brewers’ Festival in Buffalo, New York celebrating more than 100 New York State Breweries, live music and farm to table eateries, as well as Creating Equilibrium; a sustainability conference and music festival in North Lake Tahoe.
Jennifer is well versed in working with brand partnerships and has nurtured relationships with Sierra Nevada Brewing Oskar Blues Brewing., Great Divide Brewing, Patagonia, Stussy, and many more.
Jennifer has also been very involved over the years in non-profit work serving as an Education Director and Child Advocate for the San Francisco based charity, HomeAway from Homelessness, and is an alumni and supporter of the Boys and Girls Club of America as well as supports many different charitable organizations.
Jennifer is currently a Partner, Brand Manager and Marketing Director with WinterWonderGrass Festival, a 3-day boutique bluegrass and craft beer festival in Steamboat, Colorado and Squaw Valley, California. WinterWonderGrass focuses on sustainability, supporting local business and donates proceeds to six different charities each year.