American music industry executive and television producer Angelica Cob-Baehler died on November 21, 2018.
The head of music operations at The Firm, Cob-Baehler previously held senior positions at Columbia Records, EMI, and Epic.
She went to UCLA and graduated with a degree in Political Science in 1993.
She interned at Elektra Records amid her senior year in school and was enlisted as a colleague in the exposure office at Atlantic Records in 1993.
Cob-Baehler was advanced presently, and as a marketing expert for the name, she worked with specialists including Kid Rock, Sugar Ray, P.O.D., Jewel, and Stone Temple Pilots.
In 1997, Cob-Baehler was elevated to the national executive of media relations and exchanged from Atlantic’s Los Angeles office to their New York central command.
Cob-Baehler cleared out the organization in 2001 to acknowledge a vocation at Columbia Records.
At Columbia, Cob-Baehler administered the mark’s West Coast squeeze office while working with John Mayer, System of a Down, The Offspring, Coheed and Cambria, and the Raveonettes, among others.
Cob-Baehler was named Vice President of Publicity in 2002.
That equivalent year, Cob-Baehler met the then-multi-year-old Katy Perry, who still couldn’t seem to discharge a collection on the mark, and wound up one of her most punctual supporters.
Cob-Baehler showed up on Billboard’s 2011 rundown of unmistakable ladies in music.
Cob-Baehler was highlighted in Katy Perry: Part of Me and the Thirty Seconds To Mars film, Artifact.
Cob-Baehler co-created the 2017 20-scene period of Hip Hop Squares.
She has served on the Directorate for Generosity Water, the Thirst Project, and MusiCares.
Cob-Baehler was the co-maker for the 20-scene 2017 period of Hip Hop Squares.
Cob-Baehler lives with her better half, picture taker Chapman Baehler, in Los Angeles.
The couple had two little girls.
Angelica Cob-Baehler passed away at 47 years old.