Current Associate Grammy Member, Former Staff Sergeant Of The US Army,
Timothy Turane is project manager in the Business Of Coordination. A current associate Grammy member, he is also a former Staff Sergeant of the US Army and deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan. He received over 20 awards or commendations to include the Presidential Unit Citation, and Humanitarian Service Ribbon, NATO Service Ribbon, and Army Commendation Ribbon with “M” device to name a few. During his time in the service, he had the benefit of advising government, community based organizations, local national leaders, and non-government organizations in improving quality of life in youth through creative means to decrease drug use and bullying.While completing his 13-year career in the Army, he took interest in the music industry, This led to him being an A&R for the New Music Seminar in New York City, producing numerous shows for emerging artist in New York venues, and developing brand partnerships between artist and Fortune 500 companies to help propel both the brand and the artist.In 2015, he charted his first Top 100 record on Mediabase, “Can’t Call It”. Some of his biggest partnerships he developed was with Chinese based billion-dollar company Ofo Bicycles, That’sRocawear campaign, and secured artist to perform at Vydia’s first SXSW showcase, Vydia was recently recognized by Forbes. He continues to bring major companies together and has a strong knack for networking. He interned at The Orchard where he was brought in to be part of their new international record promotion department and track royalties from foreign performance rights organizations. He also negotiated distribution deals on behalf of independent labels with Sony RED and Cinematic Music Group.Mental health and infrequent opportunities has been an issue Staff Sergeant Turane has spoke on with NY-based CBS “Exit 55 with Richard Rose” and with various political leaders to include Assemblywoman Vivian Cook, Representative Gregory Meeks, and Senator Leroy Comrie along with other issues that affect both musicians and veterans throughout the New York area. He has degrees from Berklee College of Music, taking advantage of their Master’s Certificate program in Music Business, holds an A.A.S. in Paralegal Studies with Cum Laude honors. He also studied at Institute of Audio Research where he became a member of the Audio Engineer Society.Currently he is completing his Bachelors in Public Relations at St. John’s University and is on the Dean’s list. He is the President of The Entrepreneur Society of SJU and a host of a St. John’s University college radio show called “Dinner Time With Him Again”. He will be sitting for the December’s LSAT and it is his goal to provide legal services to emerging artist who are financially strapped and practice labor and entertainment law.