(L-R) Robbie Robertson, Sebastian Robertson, Jared Levine & Jim Guerinot


About The Authors

ROBBIE ROBERTSON
Robbie Robertson is himself a musical legend. He has won a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee. He was the primary sonRobbie Robertson Robbie Robertson is himself a musical legend. He has won a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee. He was the primary songwriter for the critically acclaimed group The Band, penning Americana classics like “The Weight” and “Up on Cripple Creek,” and toured and recorded with Bob Dylan. After The Band bid farewell to performing in The Last Waltz concert, filmed by Martin Scorsese, Robertson followed his longtime fascination with film. He was a creative executive at DreamWorks and has scored and/or been an executive music producer on a number of films. He has also acted in and written and produced other major motion pictures. Robertson recorded five solo albums. The fourth, the Grammy nominated Contact from the Underworld of Redboy, inspired the one-hour PBS documentary Making A Noise: A Native American Journey with Robbie Robertson. Robertson’s latest release How To Become Clairvoyant featured collaborations with longtime friend Eric Clapton. Currently, Robbie is working on a new record, the music for Scorsese’s new movie, and his personal memoirs.gwriter for the critically acclaimed group The Band, penning Americana classics like “The Weight” and “Up on Cripple Creek,” and toured and recorded with Bob Dylan. After The Band bid farewell to performing in The Last Waltz concert, filmed by Martin Scorsese, Robertson followed his longtime fascination with film. He was a creative executive at DreamWorks and has scored and/or been an executive music producer on a number of films. He has also acted in and written and produced other major motion pictures. Robertson recorded five solo albums. The fourth, the Grammy nominated Contact from the Underworld of Redboy, inspired the one-hour PBS documentary Making A Noise: A Native American Journey with Robbie Robertson. Robertson’s latest release How To Become Clairvoyant featured collaborations with longtime friend Eric Clapton. Currently, Robbie is working on a new record, the music for Scorsese’s new movie, and his personal memoirs.

JIM GUERINOT
Jim Guerinot is the owner of Rebel Waltz Inc., an artist management company that oversees the careers of No Doubt, Gwen Stefani, the Offspring, Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor, and Robbie Robertson. Previously, Jim was the general manager and the senior vice president of marketing at A&M Records, and prior to that was a longtime Southern California concert promoter. He is also the owner of indie label Time Bomb Recordings.

SEBASTIAN ROBERTSON
Music has always been central to Sebastian Robertson’s life. As a teenager and into his twenties, Sebastian played in several bands gigging on the U.S. west coast. He played on the soundtrack for the film Jimmy Hollywood and the album Music for the Native Americans as a session drummer. Compelled to compose, he hung up the drumsticks in favor of the guitar and piano. For over a decade he has maintained a prolific career composing and placing over three thousand pieces of music in television and film. He also served as the musical director and music supervisor on the acclaimed documentary series Playing for Change. Sebastian is currently writing a number of children’s books and is developing a cable television series.

JARED LEVINE
Jared Levine played drums in bands throughout his years at UC Santa Cruz. After college, he moved to Los Angeles to find work in the music business and was hired by Geffen Records to coordinate the Robbie Robertson record Storyville. As a manager at Addis-Wechsler and Associates, he assisted artists including Fishbone, Soul Asylum and T Bone Burnett. Jared became an A&R man at DreamWorks Records, scouting and signing artists, and working on music for films such as The Departed and Shrek. Currently, Jared does A&R at 429 Records, and has his own management company.