Clive Davis, born on April 4th 1932, is a famous record producer and music industry executive. Apart from winning several Grammys, he is also a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Davis was the Columbia Records president from 1967 and 1972, and also served as Arista Records’ founder and president beginning the late 1970s to 2000. After this, he formed J Records, his new record company. From 2003 to 2008, he functioned as the chief executive and chair of the RCS Music Group, CEO and chair of BMG USA and CEO and chairman of J Records. He is currently the CRO of Sony Music Entertainment and takes part in the promotion of renowned acts like Leona Lewis, Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys and Kelly Clarkson.

Clive Davis is a non-performing Rock and Roll Hall of Famer who contributed to the modern music industry as the founder and former president of Arista Records.

Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party was attended by various artists such as former Guns ‘n Roses guitarist Slash, rising pop star Ke$ha, Katy Perry, Wycelf and Kings of Leon.

MTV interviewed Clive Davis about his yearly pre-Grammy party, which was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Clive Davis was considered as pop music’s Magic Man, according to TimesOnline.

Tisch School of Arts has information about the chief creative officer of Sony BMG, Clive Davis, and his Department of Recorded Music professional business training course.

Whitney Houston called Clive Davis “my father” at his pre-Grammy party, which is held every year.

Answers.com’s biography of Harvard Law School graduate and executive producer, Clive Davis.

AOLMusic has an overview of Clive Davis’ achievements as a contract lawyer to a record company executive.

Clive Davis formed The Clive Davis Department, a professional music training program, at the Tisch School of the Arts in New York.

Harvard Law recounted the start of Clive Davis’ career.