Sandcastle Entertainment is a state-of-the-art artist management company that is geared to steer the careers of both seasoned professionals and newcomers to the industry. 

At Sandcastle, the focus is on artist development and an exposure to a fan base that will not only be appreciative of the music but will be loyal to the artist and industry. 

Among the services we offer are the following: 

- An experienced staff that has knowledge and access to all areas of the entertainment industry.

-Full service artist management (dress, hair, makeup, entertainment styles, song selection, etc.) 

-Business management and negotiations with booking agents and record labels. 

-"Artist Showcases" to introduce our artist to recognized music industry executives and record labels. 

-Full service music publishing for our writers with full protections provided by BMI.

-A respected “pitch” staff for songwriters with access to the biggest and best artists, producers, managers and labels in the industry. 

-A state-of-the-art recording studio with a Grammy-nominated producer for all writers and artists.
-An awareness of the market and what is trending.

-Direct access to all music outlets to include TV, motion pictures, social media, sports and corporate relationships. 

-Technology second to none in the industry.
Unparalleled mentoring from industry legends. 

Sandcastle Entertainment will soon be a wholly-owned subsidiary of a parent company who promises to blaze new trails in the industry. Sandcastle CEO Richard Buckman said that announcement could come as early as April 1.

The new company will be based in Nashville. Sandcastle also has entered into an exclusive agreement with Voodoo Groove Studios to do the professional recording for its artists and songwriters. Voodoo Groove Studios is the brainchild of Grammy-nominated musician/producer Bryan Austin, who is also the longtime guitar picker for county music legend Clint Black.

“Sandcastle is positioned and capable of enjoying immediate success and has the resources and people to attain notoriety and longevity in an industry that has had its share of one-hit wonders and flashes in the pan,” said Buckman. “We are building something to be proud of…a legacy.”