A graduate of Harvard Business School, Ken Kragen’s distinguished career has touched on nearly every aspect of the music and entertainment industries. He has managed some of the world's most important entertainers, including Kenny Rogers, Lionel Richie, Trisha Yearwood, Olivia Newton-John, and The Bee Gees. His belief that “it is much easier to accomplish the impossible than the ordinary” has enabled him to organize the historic recording session “We are the World”; create Hands Across America, a continuous line of six million people holding hands from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean; and stage NetAid, an unprecedented global charity event merging Cisco System’s technology with the United Nations’ war on poverty. Ken is one of the few private citizens to receive the prestigious United Nation’s Peace Metal among many other awards. Kragen is also the author of the best-selling book "Life is a Contact Sport".
Legendary Pop Music Manager