Brenton Donnelly has spent over two decades in the music industry. Now wearing a lot of different hats, the ‘Do, Did, Will, The Story of People Podcast’ host travels around the world managing concert tours, while balancing his commitments to other projects, and dedicating time to his family.
Before moving to Vancouver, Brenton spent most of his time touring around Southern Ontario with his band, before transitioning from talent to tour manager.
In an exclusive interview with Job Skills’ Compass Magazine, Brenton gave a brief breakdown of his career, and how he was able to find success in such a challenging industry.
Brenton’s career in the music industry has not only allowed him to travel all around Canada, but it has given him the opportunity to see the world. Brenton experienced different continents, countries, and cultures, while working with some of the biggest in the music industry. Some of the names include Rod Stewart, Shakira, Imagine Dragon, Guns N’ Roses, Alice in Chains, Theory of a Deadman, Korn, Our Lady Peace, and more.
The key aspects to Brenton’s success is his willingness to learn, and his ability to take initiative. The music industry is a difficult spot to find secure footing. However, Brenton’s relentless attitude and ability to listen and soak up knowledge, he finds himself at the top of his profession.
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