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[[Frontier Booking International (FBI)]] was founded by [[Ian Copeland]] in August [[1979]] - with early clients being Magazine, Gang Of Four, The Cramps, Pere Ubu, Iggy Pop, Squeeze, [[The Police]] and [[Klark Kent]] (!).  
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!  colspan="2" | <big>Frontier Booking International</big>
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|  colspan="2" align="center" | [[Image:FBI_logo_card_Connie_Walden.jpg|thumb|center|Frontier Booking International logo - provided by Connie D. Walden]] [[Image:FBI_sweat_shirt_Connie_Walden.jpg|thumb|center|Frontier Booking International sweat shirt- provided by Connie D. Walden]]
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| <b>Location:</b>
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| New York, MY, USA - 250 W. 57th St., Suite 603
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| <b>Years in operation:</b>
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| [[1979]] - [[XXXX]]
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=History=
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After the [[Paragon Agency]] was forced to shut down in late July [[1979]] [[Ian Copeland]] founded [[Frontier Booking International (F.B.I.)]] in August [[1979]], with early clients being Magazine, Gang Of Four, The Cramps, Pere Ubu, Iggy Pop, Squeeze, [[The Police]] and [[Klark Kent]] (!) - and later also [[Sting]] and Courteney Cox.
  
 
Ian chose the name as his father was in the CIA, Stewart was in [[The Police]] and Miles had just founded [[I.R.S.]].  
 
Ian chose the name as his father was in the CIA, Stewart was in [[The Police]] and Miles had just founded [[I.R.S.]].  
The agency's motto was "The F.B.I. knows!" and featured a close up of Ian's wife Connie Walden's nose in its logo.
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The agency's motto was "The F.B.I. knows!" and featured a close up of Ian's wife Connie D. Walden's nose in its logo.
  
 
The agency still exists but now mainly deals with actors.
 
The agency still exists but now mainly deals with actors.
  
[[Image:FBI_logo_card_Connie_Walden.jpg|thumb|center]] [[Image:FBI_sweat_shirt_Connie_Walden.jpg|thumb|center]]
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=See also=
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* [[Paragon Agency]]
  
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=External links=
 
* [https://www.frontierbooking.com/ website]
 
* [https://www.frontierbooking.com/ website]
  
sources: [[Wild Thing]]
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=References=
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sources: [[Wild Thing]], Connie D. Walden, Cashbox - September 8, [[1979]]
  
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[[Category:Organizations (The Police)]] [[Category:Organizations (Sting)]] [[Category:Organizations (Stewart Copeland)]]

Latest revision as of 00:38, 27 January 2023


Frontier Booking International
Frontier Booking International logo - provided by Connie D. Walden
Frontier Booking International sweat shirt- provided by Connie D. Walden
Location: New York, MY, USA - 250 W. 57th St., Suite 603
Years in operation: 1979 - XXXX

History

After the Paragon Agency was forced to shut down in late July 1979 Ian Copeland founded Frontier Booking International (F.B.I.) in August 1979, with early clients being Magazine, Gang Of Four, The Cramps, Pere Ubu, Iggy Pop, Squeeze, The Police and Klark Kent (!) - and later also Sting and Courteney Cox.

Ian chose the name as his father was in the CIA, Stewart was in The Police and Miles had just founded I.R.S..

The agency's motto was "The F.B.I. knows!" and featured a close up of Ian's wife Connie D. Walden's nose in its logo.

The agency still exists but now mainly deals with actors.

See also

External links

References

sources: Wild Thing, Connie D. Walden, Cashbox - September 8, 1979