TRANSATLANTIC MANAGEMENT was a multi-faceted management company working with both signed and unsigned talent. Owned by Cathy Harris, or "English Cathy" (E.C.), the company operated in Los Angeles from 1968 to 1980 during which time she managed many artists including Van Halen during their teenage years. E.C. continued in the music business after relocating to Tucson, Arizona in 1980 where she managed several Tucson artists and also worked as the booking agent at Club Congress in the historic Hotel Congress in downtown Tucson.

The company remained active until 2004 when Cathy retired and since then she has been on the board of several non-profit corporations including the Celtic Academy of Tucson, The Irish Heritage Foundation and the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival. E.C. has written a book about her uncle, a fighter pilot in World War II. The book is called "Finding Frances...Love Letters from a Flight Lieutenant". For more information go to:
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for a slideshow and interview with English Cathy on KVOI radio.

TRANSATLANTIC MANAGEMENT offered a complete guidance service and support system while encouraging all writers, musicians, producers etc. within the roster to network, swap ideas and cooperate in diverse ventures. The company specialized in bookkeeping, administration, organization and record keeping for musicians and road managers etc. as well as for motion picture cast members and crew.

TRANSATLANTIC MANAGEMENT was the proud sponsor of Regional Roundup, a music and entertainment networking organization which ran for eleven years at the Southwest Music and Media Conference in Austin, Texas.

TRANSATLANTIC MANAGEMENT produced six compilation CD's featuring a wide variety of music and spoken word. These CD's were presented at music conferences worldwide and are showcased through River Graphics Internet promotional services.

About (EC) English Cathy