Tony Bucher wants everyone to hear your music

Tony Bucher wants everyone to hear your music


Anthony Bucher enjoys music just like the rest of the world. He has a playlist for every task he performs throughout the day. When Tony falls in love with a song, he can help make that track and its artist the next world hit.

Since 2016, Tony Bucher has served as CEO and President of Hitmaker Services, which has been involved with 300 Billboard Top 200 projects. His clients include Sony, Universal, Warner Bros., Atlantic Records, eOne and other companies. Bucher is also the founder of New Wave Distro, a new digital distribution platform that gives artists and labels complete control over their catalogs and releases while offering extensive marketing services.

Tony has come a long way since graduating from Purdue with a business degree in 1995. In 1998 he co-founded BC Forward, an Indianapolis-based IT company that did not receive venture capital funding. In 2004, the Indianapolis Business Journal named him one of Indiana’s Top 40 Under 40 Business Leaders. With sales of $55 million and customers like Eli Lilly, Proctor and Gamble, and others, BC Forward had grown ten years later to become Indiana’s largest privately held IT company and the third largest in the Midwest.

Bucher bought and became CEO of EZ Show Network, a leading provider of out-of-home (OOH) advertising solutions, sometime around 2008. He negotiated an exclusive 10-year deal with Follett Higher Education, America’s largest educational bookstore. Before being sold to Atlanta-based 3 Feet Media in 2009, Tony signed endorsement deals with global brands such as Adidas, Lions Gate and various media companies.

In 2009, Bucher founded Gracie Productions, which grew to become the fifth largest independent music company in the United States, with clients including Universal, EMI, MTV, NBC and others. He and his team have worked with a variety of artists including Eminem, Lil Wayne, Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift.

When asked what qualities Hitmaker Distro…


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