And now for your interesting story for a Friday afternoon. Word is that, before Krewella truly got put on, they were rolling with two meta-accomplished managers: Barbara Kennedy, who has worked with Madonna, and Terry Casey, who worked with everyone from The Beatles to Bob Marley. As the story from their lawsuit tells it, they met Krewella in August of 2010, back when they were “functionally and substantially unknown on the national music scene.” The managerial duo’s attorney Jonathan Plaut says they introduced Krewella to people at Sony (note: they’re signed to Columbia, a label that’s owned by Sony Music Entertainment), as well as to promoters and the folks at Webster Hall.

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