Rick Yorn
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United States

LBI Entertainment



Yorn was on his own for several years after leaving the management company the 
Firm in 2008 to set up shop with ex-sister-in-law Julie Yorn. Music manager Ian Montone would join as a partner, and the company’s name would change to LBI Entertainment. Since then, Yorn’s client list has increased in both music and film, including signing Jennifer Lawrence in 2018 and moving toward growing her credits as producer. He has also become a producer on many of his clients’ past and current projects. A longtime manager for Leonardo DiCaprio, he exec-produced DiCaprio’s 2013 passion project “The Wolf of Wall Street.” 


  • Artists Management Group


  • University of Maryland (Maryland, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
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Dixie Chicks Sign With Ian Montone and Rick Yorn for Management

Dixie Chicks Sign With Ian Montone and Rick Yorn for Management

The Dixie Chicks have landed new management, signing with Ian Montone and Rick Yorn at Monotone/LBI Entertainment, Variety has confirmed following a report on Hits. The trio was previously represented by Simon Renshaw, who, in March, announced his retirement after 43 years in the music business. Renshaw had worked with the group since 1995.The Monotone/LBI roster includes Jack White, the Shins, Vampire Weekend and LCD Soundsystem and, with Yorn, Jamie Foxx, among others.In recent weeks, the Dixie Chicks, whose members...


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