Music industry veteran and former Air America Radio CEO Danny Goldberg has formed Gold Village Entertainment. The company will be involved in all aspects of the music business starting with personal m

Music industry veteran and former Air America Radio CEO Danny Goldberg has formed Gold Village Entertainment. The company will be involved in all aspects of the music business starting with personal management.

Goldberg, who remains vice chairman for Air America through the end of 2006, is best known for his leadership positions at record labels Atlantic, Warner Bros., Mercury and Artemis, the last of which he founded and continues to consult.

Gold Village's first clients are Steve Earle and Allison Moorer, both of whom will be co-managed with Burt Stein of Gold Mountain Nashville. (Goldberg ran Gold Mountain in the '80s and '90s.)

In related news, Jesse Bauer, who previously worked at Artemis, has joined Gold Village as GM of the New York office.

Future plans for Gold Village include a small record label as well as a music publishing company. "We want to be involved in every aspect of an artist’s career [where] we feel we can benefit them," Goldberg told Billboard.biz.