“Worship the music, not the musician.” – Eddie Vedder
“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain” – Bob Marley
“We are the same. There is no difference anywhere in the world. People are people. They laugh, cry, feel, and love, and music seems to be the commons denomination that brings us all together. Music cuts through all boundaries and goes right to the soul.” – Willie Nelson
“The radio makes hideous sounds” – Bob Dylan
“Music is everybody’s business. It’s only the publishers who think people own it.” – John Lennon
“If you’re going to kick authority in the teeth, you might as well use two feet.” – Keith Richards
“I like beautiful melodies telling me terrible things.” – Tom Waits
What We Do:
The Beat Advisory is a highly customized music service and marketing agency that works with leading hospitality and retail brands to help create the perfect audio experience for their guests.
We are made up of a team of experienced music curators and marketers who bring an unparalleled knowledge and expertise to the job of designing the perfect soundtrack for brands and businesses. With years of experience in both the music and hospitality industries, we take a music-centric, brand-focused approach to choosing the right sonic experience.
About Andrew Wintner:
Andrew began his career in the PR department of the New York Knicks, before moving into the world of entertainment where he was a publicist for some of the most well known actors in the world while at Wolf-Kasteler Public Relations in New York and Los Angeles.
Since making the transition from entertainment to hospitality, Andrew has held top marketing positions for some of the industry's most successful entrepreneurs including Rande and Scott Gerber at the Midnight Oil Company/Gerber Group, Michael Morton & George Maloof at the N9NE Group at The Palms Hotel & Casino and Steve Hanson's B.R. Guest Hospitality.
Andrew continues to consult for many leading hospitality groups including Marriott Hotels and their Renaissance Hotels brand.
In 2011 Andrew formed The Beat Advisory, a highly customized music service & marketing agency that works with leading hospitality and retail brands to help create the perfect audio experience for their guests.
He has been featured in The New York Post, NPR Radio, 944 Magazine, Las Vegas Food & Beverage Magazine, and can be found writing and curating playlists for the Cooking Channel's website.
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