Kev Levitan - Founder & Co-President of Vector Management


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As the founder and co-president of Vector Management, Ken Levitan leads one of the most formidable artist, lifestyle and brand management companies in the entertainment business today. Levitan has an active role in the successful careers of the company’s diverse list of artists such as Kid Rock, The Struts, Peter Frampton, T Bone Burnett, Tom Morello, Cheap Trick, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Emmylou Harris, John Hiatt, Hank Williams Jr. and others. Levitan is a partner in many highly acclaimed restaurants in Nashville (Adele’s, Bajo Sexto, The 404 Kitchen/Gertie’s Bar and Emmy Squared/The Gulch and Green Hills, Sadie’s and Shep’s) and others around the country. Levitan was also a co-producer of the annual Music City Food & Wine Festival, a unique event that brings together top musicians with today’s culinary stars, held in Nashville each fall.Levitan, who has received two Grammy® Awards, is an active member of multiple boards in Nashville where he resides. He is a member and past Chairman of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau, a trustee on the Country Music Hall of Fame board, is a member of the Nashville Health board, the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce board and the Onsite Foundation board. Levitan also sits on the advisory board for The Music City Grand Prix.

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