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Ed Gerrard

Ed Gerrard is a co-founder of Impact Artist Management whose roster includes legendary blues artist Dr. John. Gerrard began his entertainment career some 20 years ago working as an apprentice to the legendary music manager and film producer Shep Gordon. Ed became the first in-house music supervisor at Alive, finding key music for Gordon’s films and forming the beginnings of longstanding relationships with a slew of Hollywood directors including Wes Craven. Later at Gordon’s Alive Enterprises, Gerrard helped to manage the careers of artists including Luther Vandross, Teddy Pendergrass, Alice Cooper & Michelle Shocked. His current roster includes the Gipsy Kings, Dr. John, Jon Cleary, Willie Nile and Clem Snide. Ed’s music supervision career includes films such as the “Scream” trilogy, “Halloween H20,” “Cursed” the remake of Wes Craven’s “The Last House On The Left,” and “New York, I Love You.”