After a successful career in film production, Heather Parry devoted her career to transforming the lives of various artists soon as she became the President of Live Nation Production, Film, and Television at Live Nation entertainment.
After spending so many years in the industry, Heather Parry wanted to prove that the story of Music artist and musical films, in general, can become popular cinema for many people. Having worked at MTV Films – where she produced get rich or die trying, her first film on a successful music artist and for more than a decade at Happy Madison Production, Heather Parry gained the necessary skills to combine music, reality and cinema.
For her very first project at Live Nation, she teamed up with actor/director Colin Hanks to create a documentary about Eagles Of Death Metal returning to Paris after their 2015 tragedy at the Bataclan. The film was a success and got nominated for two Critics’ Choice awards. Though flattered and thankful the highly driven Parry did not stop there.
She quickly moved on to her next documentary, Believer. A documentary that follows Dan Reynolds – the lead singer of Imagine Dragons – as he struggles with his faith as a Mormon and the rising teen suicide rate in Utah, mostly in the LGBTQ community. But when recording artist and Hip Hop Mogul P.Diddy shared his plan of documenting his bad boy reunion tour, she was stoked. She knew P.Diddy since her time at MTV, was working with him was a breeze and so “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story,” that documented the latest bad boy reunion tour was created.