Kevin Casini is principal of the Casini Law Firm and founder of Ecco Artists Services, a consulting company servicing performers and creators. He has been in entertainment for more than twenty years. As a former writer and performer, Kevin understands the challenges facing artists and creators.
Kevin is a member of the Recording Academy, known for their Grammy awards, the Music Business Association, the Copyright Alliance, BMI, & the Americana Music Association. In 2017 he served on the nominating committee of the Boston Music Awards & in 2018 joined the Blues Foundation as a voting member.
Kevin teaches Entertainment Law at Quinnipiac University School of Law. He and his wife Colleen live in New Haven's Wooster Square with their twin boys, Benjamin and Theodore.
Josh has an in-depth knowledge of the entertainment business and the unique challenges facing artists today. He has experience in multiple facets of our industry: from radio station DJ and music director to fit & television production in Los Angeles. Josh has spent the majority of his career in politics and government but has always returned to his first love.
A graduate of Ithaca College with a Major in Television/Radio concentrating in audio and video production, Josh always loved the arts. While in Ithaca he performed in a popular ska band. Before moving to D.C., where he works as an attorney and consultant, Josh was Deputy General Counsel to the Governor of Connecticut .
Josh lives in Washington, D.C.
Marcus is an LA-based musician, engineer, and producer. His career has included performances with artists like Andrew Ward, Walter Beasley, and Chaka Khan. Marcus attended the Berklee College of Music on a full scholarship, and majored in Music Business & Management, after which he turned his attention to discovery and promotion of emerging artists. Marcus began touring with and managing local bands on the eastern seaboard: Maine to Philadelphia.
This led to work with the Ted Kurland Agency, a full-service talent agency in Boston, where Marcus served as contracts manager for Wynton Marsalis, Pat Metheny, Gary Burton, and Christian McBride. In 2009 he accepted a position as lead recording and mix engineer at Cybersound Recording Studios, where he counted Joe Budden, Slaine, wale and DJ Drama among his artist clients.
Marcus moved to Los Angeles and works as an audio engineer, manager, consultant, and mentor. His passion is what it was: the emerging artist, and he works to help the independent artist tell her story through her art. As a consultant with Ecco, Marcus gets to work with talented people and set them up for success.