HOLLYWOOD — Artemis Records president Daniel Glass has taken over label founder Danny Goldberg’s role as CEO of the label. Goldberg will remain a consultant to the indie.
Glass, a former president of Universal Records and EMI Records, will carry the title of prexy-CEO.
Glass will also be chief creative officer of Sheridan Square Entertainment, the New York-based company that owns Artemis. He will oversee all marketing and A&R decisions relating to its catalog and label operations. Among the labels in the Sheridan Square family are Compendia (gospel), Tone Cool (blues), Triloka (world music) and Vanguard (classical).
Label’s roster includes the late Warren Zevon, Steve Earle and the Pretenders. Later this spring, Artemis will release albums by Ruff Ryders, Black Label Society (featuring Zakk Wylde), Better Than Ezra and Little Barrie.