have written a detailed industry profile on Martin Kierszenbaum, detailing his journey from his early days at Warner Bros. to setting up his own record label - Cherrytree Records.
"Kierszenbaum started his Cherrytree imprint in 2005 with the release of Feist's album "Let It Die.” Feist’s second Cherry Tree album “The Reminder” in 2007 received a substantial boost when “1234” was featured in a commercial for the iPod Nano. It achieved U.S. gold status and garnered 4 Grammy nominations."
Check out the full article and interview where Martin talks about Cherrytree Records, working with t.A.T.u., Lady Gaga, Feist, Flipsyde and much more on CelebrityAccess.com
"She came over, and the first song we wrote was “The Fame.” She then told me, “I love this song. I want to call my album this.” So my song becomes the anchor for the album. She developed a whole campaign, aesthetic and persona for it. We ended up writing three more songs including "Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)" which went to #2 in Sweden. It’s also the single in France."
- Martin Kierszenbaum