The Covert Connector

So you’ve decided to pursue music. You write great songs and you’re a killer performer, but you keep asking yourself, “Why hasn’t my career taken off yet?” Well, that’s where I step in.

My name is Bryan Glick and I am the Covert Connector. For the past decade, I have helped connect artists to industry knowledge, providing them the necessary resources to grow their careers.

My journey began in August 2013 at Hub Billiard Club, Long Island’s then-premier music venue for up-and-coming artists. It was a humble start—I worked mostly with friend’s bands, hosting minor events—but this first step grew my passion for helping artists. 

The events I coordinated grew as well, in both size and significance. First, a “Battle of the Bands,” then collaborative arts and music shows and networking events. I eventually launched my biggest success of the time, an American Idol-inspired local competition called “The Sing Off Series.” The competition fostered a local love for music as undiscovered New York talent competed. Judged by a panel of industry professionals, the winner performed an exclusive set in Italy.

Searching for a more intimate and hands-on approach to growing musicians, I began artist consulting. I first worked with FameUS and Nonstop to Cairo, a pop duo and Reggae-Ska powerhouse, respectively. I helped develop both acts as performing artists, administering tasks, promoting their brands, and touring alongside them.

Currently, I work with artists Kendra Black and Teena. While working with Kendra, we landed an exclusive performance slot at Nashville’s SpringBoard Festivals where I connected her to two-time Grammy award winner and author Thorton Cline. They collaborate and co-write songs for Kendra’s discography. Kendra now runs her own clothing line, performs nationally, and has performed with Snoop Dogg on her track “Rude.”

I discovered Teena, a 19-year-old singer-songwriter, busking in Penn Station. I have since taken Teena from street-side songstress to performance powerhouse, as she’s now tackled Long Island’s most prestigious venues, opened for pop icons like Aaron Carter, and toured at world-class music clubs like Los Angeles’ Viper Lounge.

As most artists operate digitally, I launched a private Facebook group called Covert Connectors Connections, offering at-your-fingertips resources for independents. I also coordinate a Long Island-based live seminar called Industry Intel where professionals discuss success strategies for artists and provide them with heir exclusive expertise.

People often ask, “How do you work? Are you a Manager? A Promoter? A Connector?”  I am all and neither. My role is unique, and it is many, but one thing is always certain: I love helping talented artists grow.

Your passion is music. My passion is connecting you to your dreams. Let my passion help your passion. Let’s connect!

Bryan Glick

Testimonials

See what professionals in the field are saying
Nonstop to Cairo

Nonstop to Cairo

Independent artist

"Finding someone with the same drive and dedication you have for the music industry is hard enough and finding someone who truly has your best interests at heart that you can trust is even harder. Bryan Glick has all those things along with a tenacious, go getter attitude. Having him in our corner has enabled us to take some of the pressure and responsibility off our shoulders, so we can focus on music." -Nonstop to Cairo

Rick Eberle

Rick Eberle

PR Agent - Independent Artist - Manager

"Bryan is a dedicated and organized promoter. He works hard at his craft and is shows, he hast vast knowledge of the field and has made many strong connections with reputable and serious performers and agent alike." - Rick Eberle

Chelsea Takami

Chelsea Takami

Independent artist

"I’ve known Bryan on a profession level for several years now. We’ve worked closely on many different projects and even traveled to NAMM conference in California together, working on leads. I can say with confidence that Bryan is a person who takes his work seriously, and I would recommend him to anyone who us looking to advance their career." - Chelsea Takami

Michael Epstien

Michael Epstien

"Bryan Glick has brought so many talented up and coming artist to my attention. i have worked with almost every music and comedy talents just, just googel me. Seeing Bryan’s passion for music, has helped rejuvenate my inspiration in the industry."
- Michael “Eppy” Epstien

Jesse Ryan DeLeonardis

Jesse Ryan DeLeonardis

"Working with Bryan has been an absolute pleasure. He acts as an advocate for musicians, and works hard to get their music out to the world. We have been working together, along with many others, to revive the Long Island music scene and take care of the talented musicians from here. Bryan’s ideals are shared by myself and SBC Booking Collective, and we appreciate the opportunity working with Bryan has offered us - being able to communicate across genres, cross promote and coordinate with other promoters, and work together instead of dividing the scene. Byan’s passion is so apparent and inspiring, I look forward to the work we will do together in the future."
-Jesse Ryan DeLeonardis

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