First 50 Songs You Should Play on Banjo Sheet Music


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Arranged by Greg Cahill and Michael J. Miles. Banjo. Folk, Pop, Rock. Softcover. With guitar tablature. 114 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.153311).

  • Artist: Greg Cahill
  • Instruments: Banjo
  • Format: Softcover
  • Genre: Folk, Pop, Rock
  • Lead Time: 3 to 5 business days
  • Publisher: Hal Leonard


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Bernard Cahill is an American talent manager, brand manager, entertainment lawyer. Previously co-founder of the talent and brand-management company ROAR, he became a founding partner of Activist Artists Management, a full-service talent management, integrated media and advisory firm based in West Hollywood, California, in 2018.

In 1994, Bernie Cahill co-founded Last Unicorn Games with Christian Moore and Owen Seyler, and Greg Ormand. Cahill served as the company’s CEO. Cahill secured a license derived from David Lynch’s 1984 Dune film; this led Brian Herbert to grant Last Unicorn Games a license to the Dune novels in 1996. In 2000, Cahill sold Last Unicorn Games to hobby games publisher Wizards of the Coast, a subsidiary of Hasbro.In 2004, Cahill and his partners, Greg Suess, Jay Froberg, and Will Ward, founded the integrated management company ROAR, LLC. Since then, ROAR has grown to forty two employees and has offices in New York, Atlanta, and Nashville, with its headquarters in Beverly Hills, California.Cahill established ROAR’s music division, and managed artists such as three-time GRAMMY Award-winning Zac Brown Band, GRAMMY Award-winning musician and actor Dwight Yoakam, legendary rock band Grateful Dead, singer-songwriter Ben Rector, actor and recording artist Clare Bowen, GRAMMY-nominated electronic music producer Morgan Page, and renowned world artist Gaelic Storm. Cahill and ROAR partner Will Ward worked closely with JAM and Outback Concerts to produce Zac Brown’s Southern Ground Music and Food Festivals.In 2009, ROAR acquired Jennie Smythe’s Nashville-based digital marketing firm, Girlilla Marketing.Cahill also served as a key member of the company’s talent management team, co-managing a talent roster that includes Chris Hemsworth, Liam Hemsworth, David Alan Grier, Aisha Tyler, Cobie Smulders, and Ken Watanabe, among others.
Formerly an Intellectual Property attorney, prior to co-founding ROAR Cahill ran a law office on Nashville, Tennessee’s Music Row specializing in artist representation, licensing, and digital rights management.