As the President of Live Nation Productions, Heather Parry is someone who is incredibly influential, if not someone who has had a massive impact on the entertainment industry. The work that she has been involved in is not only iconic but something that has had a large impact on cinema and music as a whole.
Within the first few months of being appointed as the president of the company, Parry decided to team up with Colin Hanks to bring about a documentary on the ‘Eagles of Death Metal.’ Parry had worked with Hanks in the past and wanted to bring to life a new venture that would stun audiences. The documentary was not only meant to be a piece on a particular genre of music, but also a statement affirming that a music documentary can be an iconic piece of art and cinema.
This is not the first time that Parry has tried to bring a music documentary to life. In the past, she has worked with Lady Gaga and Puff Daddy to bring forth their stories and music careers
Parry has had a rather extensive career within the entertainment industry and has worked at a number of prominent names before joining Live Nation Productions. Parry had worked for several years at MTV before moving to Happy Madison, which is the production house owned by Adam Sandler.
One of the more recent involvements that the company has had with the music and film industry has been with regards to ‘A Star Is Born.’ The Oscar award-winning movie may have stolen hearts, but it wouldn’t have been possible without the contribution of Parry and Liva Nation Productions. In a recent interview, Parry accounts how she first heard about the movie and realized that there was something special that she just had to hop onto.