Turnstyle, The Musicians Choice
Turnstyle Music Group has booked shows and worked with THOUSANDS of artists to put together showcases that artists and all involved can be proud to be part of. TMG’s goal is to generate a platform for original music to be enjoyed. We are committed to the venue, the artist and the fan. TMG seeks out talented songwriters, musicians and performers to showcase their talent in an environment built for original music.
Turnstyle by day, Musicians by Night
Director of Operations
Luke hails from just an hour outside of Manhattan in Connecticut. Growing up playing piano and guitar, Luke has always had a love for music. Starting as an intern at TurnStyle, he quickly climbed the ranks to Supervisor of Operations and eventually Director of Operations. From venue liaison and internship coordinator to sponsorship director, Luke wears many hats at TurnStyle and is always working on a new project. 6 months ago he co-founded Indie, a marketplace for musicians to buy and sell any and all musical services. Check out their Facebook page here IndieHelps. You can find Luke out at our venues on almost any night, contact him if you want to meet up or jump on a call.
Dan grew up in Merrick, NY and Cheshire, CT. An alumnus of Quinnipiac University, Dan has been working in music for almost a decade. He has worked with bands such as Collective Soul and Mink and managers like David Edwards (INXS) and Greg DeMammos (Moby). While in Connecticut he worked closely with 98.1 WQAQ and CT’s Ultraradio.com. He is also a frequent guest speaker at NYU’s Tisch school. Dan co-founded TurnStyle in August 2008 and now works at SonicBids, a platform for artists to find promoters and gigs,
like TurnStyle! Dan has always had a love for music as a musician himself. You can check out his music at Facebook.com/buythesky
Brian began his professional career in the music industry as an A&R intern at Columbia Records. After graduating from Fordham University with a Major in Communications and Double Minor in Music and Economics, he continued to scout independent music in the many venues of New York City. After numerous attempts to find work at one of the major/indie labels in the city, he met Dan Melnick and began working with him as a booking agent. He views live music not only as a means to an income, but rather as a passion that he explores even when he is not “on the clock”.