Lydia Liebman Promotions is a boutique public relations agency and consulting firm based in New York City with additional operations in London.
For nearly a decade, Lydia Liebman Promotions has worked with a robust roster of musical artists and entertainers, educational and cultural institutions, record labels, non-profits and production companies to captivate and engage audiences while bringing awareness to America's greatest art form and its musical cousins. Whether servicing a new release to international press and radio or filling seats in a world class venue, LLP has a proven track record of fulfilling the unique communication needs of the music industry through innovative and modern campaigns.
Originally geared toward up-and-coming musicians at Berklee College of Music, LLP has stayed true to its roots and is proud to have collaborated with hundreds of individual artists with an emphasis on those that are releasing albums independently or on boutique record labels. LLP has promoted releases on Sunnyside, OA2/Origin, Whaling City Sound, Greenleaf, ears&eyes Records, New Focus Recordings, Resonance Records, Revive Music, Woolgathering Records and Hollistic MusicWorks, among others.
Our tireless dedication coupled with our client's outstanding artistry has allowed many of our represented projects to break in the Top 10 on the Billboard and iTunes Jazz Charts as well as peak in the top 5 on the JazzWeek Radio Chart.
We are proud to represent Spanish Harlem Orchestra and their new album Anniversary, winner of Best Tropical Latin Album at the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards and Andy Milne and his new album The Seasons of Being, winner of Best Group Jazz Album at the 2019 Juno Awards.
We are proud to have represented the Baylor Project and their 2017 self-released debut "The Journey", which went on to gain two GRAMMY nominations in 2018.
Our roster includes some of the most dynamic and notable voices in jazz and other creative music. We are currently handling new releases from Brandee Younger, Ralph Peterson, Lauren Desberg, Vivian Sessoms, Sam Newsome, Eric Hofbauer, Gerry Gibbs, Michael Eaton, Natalie Cressman, Jeff Siegel, Greg Ward, Ellen Rowe, and others.
LLP proudly works within markets throughout the world to promote jazz to the widest audience possible. We are currently servicing tours throughout the United States and Europe.
We consistently secure meaningful and high-profile coverage for our clients in print, online and on air. We work regularly with local, regional, national and international media to elevate our artists' profiles and raise awareness. Visit our press reel to view our recent features - new placements are added daily!
WHAT WE DO
WHO WE ARE
President, Head Publicist
Lydia Liebman founded Lydia Liebman Promotions in 2010 while a student at Berklee College of Music and Emerson College. What began as a flyer designing business for Berklee students soon went on to become a full-fledged public relations firm marked by her first major client, the Berklee Global Jazz Institute. Since its founding, Liebman has spearheaded PR campaigns for over one hundred albums, and has promoted over 300 events. A member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), Liebman has led several GRAMMY campaigns for independent artists and helped to secure three nominations and one win. Her work as a promoter and publicist is informed by her work as a jazz radio host and musician. Read extended bio here.
UK Representative, PR Associate
After graduating with a BA (Hons) Degree in Commercial Modern Music, Niamh (pronounced Neeve) White moved from Ireland to New York City and began interning at Lydia Liebman Promotions in January 2017. Actively dedicating herself to providing the highest quality of PR services to our clients, Niamh quickly progressed into the role of publicity assistant to the founder and president of the company. As a saxophonist, Niamh works to achieve the best possible results for musicians. Thriving in creative, fast-paced environments, Niamh is now proud to launch and represent LLP on the UK market. Based in London, she is excited to expand upon LLP’s ever-growing artist roster by delving into the rich market of UK jazz artists.
by Sebastien Helary, NextBop Saxophonist Chase Baird’s career has been flourishing rapidly as of late. Drafted in drummer Antonio Sanchez’s Migration group which released the critically-acclaimed Lines In The Sand last year on CAM Jazz, the young Juilliard graduate also co-leads the band Venture, alongside drummer Mike Clark, vibraphonist Mark Sherman and electric bassist Felix Pastorius, with … Read More
Dan Bilawsky, JazzTimes Toying with the timeline of her own output, harpist Brandee Younger delivers a collection of music whose completion predates the realization and release of her two previous albums—2014’s Live at The Breeding Ground and 2016’s Wax & Wane. Basically in line with what appeared on those complementary recordings, Soul Awakening still manages to stand out by … Read More
Trumpeter Kenyatta Beasley Pays Tribute to His Mentor on Frank Foster Songbook, Out July 27, 2019 Distributed by Sony/The Orchard Recorded live at Jazz 966 in Brooklyn, NY in 2013 with special guests Wynton Marsalis, Mark Whitfield, Keith Loftis and Carla Cook Featured in “Ten Albums You Need To Know: July 2019” by Jazziz! Trumpeter and … Read More