Jason Bernard Announces Exit From Pulse Music Group

Courtesy of MSO PR
Jason Bernard

Jason Bernard is departing from Pulse Music Group to form a new entertainment venture.

The veteran executive served as COO and head of the management arm of Pulse, founded in 2007 by record producer Josh Abraham and songwriters Scott Cutler and Anne Preven.

In future, Bernard will represent several of his current songwriter/producer and mixer management clients, including Tim Pagnotta, Grammy nominee Tommy English, and Grammy-winning mixers Tony Maserati and Adam Hawkins.

“I’m beyond proud of what we’ve accomplished as a team at Pulse, and truly appreciative of the time spent with colleagues and partners whom I deeply respect,” Bernard comments in a statement. “Getting to witness what this company has become from inception is an experience that I don’t take for granted. I’m excited to continue representing the caliber of creatives I’ve been fortunate enough to work with, while having the opportunity to develop new partnerships and ventures throughout the industry.” 

Pulse Music Group is active in music publishing, management and music services, and currently boasts more than 25 staff. Bernard continues as a shareholder in Pulse's publishing division, the so-called core of the company. He’ll remain with Pulse through the end of the year, before focusing his efforts on his new business.