Nick Stern started his career at Trent Reznor's nothing records, working as a Publicist and in New Media for Nine Inch Nails during the release of their album "The Fragile.” In 2001, he joined the Atlantic Records publicity team, where he worked national press for artists including Kid Rock, Matchbox Twenty and Rob Thomas, Phish and The Darkness. In 2006, Nick left to start his own company 7-10 Music, which handled artist management and independent PR with his first management act Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. Over time, the company grew to include artists including Phosphorescent, Circa Survive and more. In 2010, Nick merged 7-10 Music with Vector Management, home of Kings of Leon, Ke$ha and more, where he has helped grow the developing artist side of the company. Nick currently works with Phosphorescent, The Black Angels, Saint Motel, Eagulls, Kid Rock and more.
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