Lucy Dickins
Louise Haywood-Schiefer
United Kingdom



Global Head, Contemporary Music & Touring

Recently relocating to Los Angeles from London to head up all of contemporary music and touring, Dickins in August became the first woman to run the music department at any major talent agency. A quick look at her client list further affirms her authority: Adele, Olivia Rodrigo, Mumford & Sons and James Blake, to name just a few. Artists signed to the agency this year include Lil Baby, J. Balvin and Meek Mill. On the festival circuit, WME did more than 850 client deals among its 4,000-plus festival bookings. Among the acts who expanded their opportunities this year were Camila Cabello, who became a judge on “The Voice”; Selena Gomez, who hosted “Saturday Night Live” and launched a kitchenware line while continuing her Hulu and HBO Max series; and Kid Cudi headlining a McDonald’s campaign. 


  • WME
  • International Talent Booking

Variety Honors

  • 2021 Variety500 Honoree
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WME Promotes Lucy Dickins to Global Head of Contemporary Music and Touring

WME Promotes Lucy Dickins to Global Head of Contemporary Music and Touring

WME has elevated Lucy Dickins to global head of contemporary music and touring, where she will steer the respective departments across Beverly Hills, New York, Nashville, London and Sydney.Dickins, who recently re-located to WME’s Beverly Hills office from London, joined the agency in 2019 from ITB (International Talent Booking). Since her arrival, she has helped bring in new clients including Mumford & Sons, Laura Marling, James Blake and Mabel, whom WME represent globally.“Lucy is a dynamic leader who brings strategic...


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