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Steve Jennings has been playing and recording music since 1980 and has divided his time since 1996 between financial services and entertainment while developing contacts and relationships in both industries. In 1996 Steve successfully completed NASD/SIPC training. He entered the financial services industry as an account executive for WB McKee, a registered broker dealer firm. During this time he continued to make entertainment industry contacts and work closely with people heavily entrenched in film and television. Among many of those he worked with you will find Monty Ross, Supervising Producer, 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks, Murry Jordan, Supervising Producer, Barbour/Langley Productions (Cops) and Tom Kobayashi, Vp and General Manager of Skywalker Sound division of Lucas Arts, where he helped broker shares of EdNet, the company that pioneered globe spanning professional digital communications for the entertainment and advertising industries while working with Strategic Resource Management. During his years in the financial industry Steve maintained a hands-on approach to the entertainment industry by working with I.A.T.S.E. the (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees) Local 127 in Dallas and then Local 193 in Illinois where he worked with industry juggernauts such as Kenny Rogers, Bob Dylan, Tool, Kiss, Disturbed, Brad Paisley, James Taylor, and Cirque de Soleil to name a few. As well Steve has recorded with Producers and Engineers; David Radford,(Forever Endeavor Horse Heads N.Y. and Austin Mastering Labs Austin Tx.) and Randall Merryman, (Riverside Studios Nashville Tn) Now working closely with many well known Artists, Producers, and Record Labels Steve has found a new home at 101 Distribution where he gets to combine his passions for music, communication, networking, and technical support to help artists achieve their desired results throughout the artistic process from pre-production to shelf placement.