Everyone has a story. Especially when it comes to working in the music world. We’ll speak to people across every role of an artist's team, from the assistants to the CEOs, and across labels, agencies, venues and studios. Learn how these industry professionals got their start, along with the ins and outs of their job, and what advice they have for anyone chasing the dream of working in music.
When Gina Tucci’s musician and producer father would present work to A&R at labels, at times they would "rip apart the records.” But Tucci had an unexpected reaction to observing this. “After a while, I kind of realized, that’s kind of cool...you get to listen to music all day and pick apart the songs to make them better.”
It’s that spirit for critique and exploration that’s led Tucci to her current positions of Big Beat Records General Manager and a Vice President of A&R at Atlantic Records. Listen in as she details her path through the music industry, including what advice she’d give to young music professionals, and how she got involved with her “first big record ever”: B.o.B’s “Airplanes.”
This is the story of Gina Tucci.