Manager David Krebs, who was instrumental in developing the careers of Aerosmith, AC/DC, Def Leppard, Scorpions, Michael Bolton and Ted Nugent, has pacted with Sony Music to create a new record label.
Rockworld Music, which will be a division of Krebs Music Corp., will launch this month with the album “Five Easy Pieces” by former Atlantic recording artists Dirty Looks.
Rockworld will release up to six albums per year under terms of its Sony agreement.
In the early ’70s, Krebs and former partner Steve Leber headed Leber-Krebs, handling the careers of a fledgling Aerosmith and others.
Other releases skedded include “Can We Go Higher” by Croatian rocker Nenad Bach and alternative act Adam, who will bow with “Grave New World.”