Rock Princess Promotions is an artist development and management company geared to working with undiscovered talent, while promoting love, service and kindness.
Rock Princess Promorions also supports and promotes the Rock Theatre band, Aron Cross as part of its ongoing services, and hosts an anti-violence fundraiser, "Women on Fire" annually.
Founded by rock singer, Jacqueline Lovely Perras, Rock Princess develops, promotes, manages and prepares emerging artists for a career in the music industry.
Performing and promoting in the music industry since 1981, Jacqueline continues to increase her network of music professionals, assisting emerging artists in making valuable connections in the music industry, and gaining the skills they need to succeed in the world of music.
Artists can expect performance mentoring, talent development, promotional assistance, tour support, and music industry navigation skills as part of their partnership with Rock Princess.
Students are screened for originality, talent and charisma as well as dedication and passion to their craft.
There are no upfront fees or administration costs for accepted artists. Rock Princess succeeds when you succeed; payment for services is determined by a percentage of the artist earnings while under contract with Rock Princess Promotions.
***note the development portion of the program is on hold for re-structiring during COVID19. Jacqueline continues to make personal appearances and forward the Aron Cross project goals.
Aron Cross hires musicians to perform original music in a Rock Theatre format.
Musicians interested in performing in upcoming shows should contact Jacqueline directly.
To be considered for the artist development/management mentoring program please send your request to:
email@example.com with the subject heading NEW TALENT and the name of the ARTIST.
The Artist is required to send a letter detailing their interest in music, and any experience they have in live performance. Please include a list of instruments played, if any, and your skill level for each instrument. In addition, the artist should explain why they believe they could benefit from representation and development at this time in their career.
While Jacqueline prefers to have initial contact with the artist, applicants under the age of 18 will need the permission of a parent or guardian before proceeding to the application process. If you are under 18, please include contact information for your parent or guardian with your letter.
There are a large number of requests, so please be patient while waiting for a response.
Jacqueline only takes on a few students each year.
Once you receive an email you will be given further instructions on how to apply.
Music is my passion. Is it yours?