ICM Music Agent Marsha Vlasic Exits

Michael Seto
Marsha Vlasic with her son Matthew

The rep's clients include Neil Young, Muse and Elvis Costello

Rock agent Marsha Vlasic is leaving ICM Partners after six years with the talent agency. Vlasic's client roster includes heavyweights such as Neil Young, Elvis Costello, Iggy Pop and Muse.

ICM's Steve Levine informed the company of Vlasic's exit in an email late Friday: "In 2008, ICM Partners acquired MVO, a live booking agency owned by Marsha Vlasic. It marked a return to ICM, where Marsha worked in the 1980s. We've enjoyed a successful relationship these past six years, but we've amicably decided to part ways at this time. Please join us in bidding her a fond farewell."

Vlasic has been featured in Billboard's Women in Music throughout the years for her work in ICM's concerts division. At MVO, Vlasic helped pioneer music festival packaging with Ozzfest and H.O.R.D.E.