Scott Koenig Obituary – Death: Scott Koenig, of West Hollywood, California, a former President of Warner Bros. Music Operations and Fear Factory Manager, has passed away unexpectedly.
According to reports, Koenig passed away from complications of Covid-19.
Scott Koenig, a native of Brooklyn, New York, was the owner of The King Artist Management. He was a Career Direction at Music. He went to Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School and studied at New York University.
Just heard the news of Scott Koenig passing. I thank you for your years of advice and encouragement. You always said we were too soft to manage, but you were always kind and supportive nevertheless and I thank you
Forever Rest In Peace
– Josh pic.twitter.com/BfH0SanZg7
— Royalty Kult (@royaltykult) October 7, 2021
Man… this sucks. RIP Scott Koenig. Such a great dude. I worked with him a ton between his many bands but the most with FF and It Dies Today. Dude was an absolute legend (his cameos in music videos were always amazing as well) he was truly beloved in the music community. RIP.
— jeremy saffer (@jeremysaffer) October 8, 2021
Sorry to hear about the passing of longtime manager/agent Scott Koenig. Met him back in my early 90’s days as i was just starting out in the industry. Was always cool with me. Condolences to his family. And his many friends throughout the entire music industry.🙏
— Kev Castle- Yeah That Guy (@KevZCastle) October 8, 2021
Scott Koenig. He was always really cool to deal with, truly one of the good guys in the music business I ever dealt with. I’m sorry we won’t hang out again. Fuck COVID.
— Brian O’Neill (@NYC__Native) October 8, 2021
Terrible to hear about Scott Koenig’s passing. We connected immediately both being Brooklyn to LA guys. I always enjoyed our convos at the Rainbow on everything from metal to the Mets to old NYC stories. Scott was a genuine guy, one of the good ones. RIP.
— Brooklywood™ (@Brooklywood) October 8, 2021
📷 Very sad about the passing of my old friend “Heavy Metal “Scott Koenig. I first met Scott at 20 years of age. I had no idea a metal dude could be cool but Scott changed my perception of what a metal dude was. He loved early rap, sneakers,…
— Dante Ross (@DanteRoss) October 8, 2021
R.I.P. Scott Koenig he’s my brother, my best friend and my manager since late 1995. Without him I wouldn’t of had a musical career, thanx for the influences, inspiration and sharing your knowledge with me. I love you and I’ll truly miss u. pic.twitter.com/xmZsdZuCJy
— Dino Cazares (@DinoCazares) October 8, 2021
RT @DinoCazares: R.I.P. Scott Koenig he’s my brother, my best friend and my manager since late 1995. Without him I wouldn’t of had a musical career, thanx for the influences, inspiration and sharing your knowledge with me. I love you and I’ll truly miss … pic.twitter.com/o871HUFR5Q
— Classic Metal Radio (@ClassicMetalRad) October 8, 2021