When constructing a professional CV, it’s always good to let the reader know how long one has been working in a particular field. In Dan Mann’s case, let’s just say his hair was dark brown when he arrived in Nashville with a roster of no-name artists and writers to begin his career. Within two short years, he was booking dates for Glen Campbell, The Gaither Vocal Band and other top acts. With the same blind tenacity, Dan launched a record label and publishing company, taking the label from high concept to award-winning product on shelves in seven months. He also published two nationally distributed magazines, was an artist manager for future Grammy winners, and produced weekly public service television shows for two markets on the ION Television Network. Further, he booked the speaking/book tour for the author of The Shack, one of the most internationally successful books in history. He is a published writer and public speaker, having recently been asked to speak in Rome for an ecumenical summit. Twelve years ago Dan returned to full time agency work, and now books award-winning talent into Performing Arts Centers, with symphonies and at fairs and festivals.