One of Brett Kimberlin’s persistent hallucinations is that he’s going to have a career as a musician or as a music producer. The TKPOTD for six years ago today dealt with one aspect of that fantasy.
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There’s a Maryland corporation called Act Up Enterprises Inc. It was founded in 2011 by Brett Kimberlin “to provide entertainment services to musicians.” So far, it has one artist signed. She’s Tetyana Kimberlin’s elder daughter.
The company doesn’t do much to promote itself or its artist. Here’s its web page.Various websites related to the sole artist affiliated with Act Up refer to it as an artist management company and a record label—an artist management company with no bookings for its client and a label with no releases.
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Over next few years after that TKPOTD was posted, The
Dread Deadbeat Promotor Kimberlin tried to jumpstart the career of Act Up’s sole artist. When she was unsuccessful, TDPK tried to place the blame on truthful reporting of his past and present activities by various bloggers. He even went so far as to file criminal complaints against Aaron Walker and me, alleging that our truthful reporting on him had harassed Tetyana’s daughter. Although Aaron and I were charged, the State quickly dropped both cases for lack of evidence.
Act Up’s artist used to have a fairly extensive website. It now looks like this.
And Act Up’s site now looks like this.It’s almost is if TDPK has realized that he’s not cut out for a career in music, and this bit of information from the State of Maryland Department of Assessment and Taxation does tend to support such a conclusion.
Of course, it could be that Kimberlin is simply a bit behind in his paperwork because he’s been busy protecting our elections and doing other important things.