On behalf of his music clients, Mr. Jacobi has been awarded gold and platinum records from such internationally acclaimed artists as The Eric Clapton Band, Trick Daddy, Inner Circle, Gloria Estefan, The Miami Sound Machine, Marilyn Manson and 2 Live Crew. Mr. Jacobi may be best known for his defense for the obscenity charges against 2 Live Crew. The victory made global news.

Early in his career, Mr. Jacobi represented most of the exponents of what was then known as the Miami Sound. His clients included Betty Wright, Timmy Thomas, Peter Brown, KC & the Sunshine Band, etc.  Mr. Jacobi also represented Foxy and many of the producers responsible for consistent number one hits.

Miami’s proximity to the Carribean gave Mr. Jacobi the opportunity to work with Jamaican legends, Jimmy Cliff, Third World, Zap Pow, Yellowman, Dennis Brown, the Bob Marley Foundation, etc.  In the area of Jazz, Mr. Jacobi represented such icons as Lionel Hampton (Grammy nominated album ‘Sentimental Journey’), the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Jaco Pastorius and Ahmad Jamal (for whom he acted as Executive Producer for his Grammy nominated album ‘Digital Works’).  Other Jacobi clients past and present include Cameo, Firefall, Dave Mason, Jim Capaldi (Traffic), two time Grammy Award winner Jon Secada, Phillip Michael Thomas, Internationally renowned actress Gabrielle Anwar, Michael Winslow, Ocean Drive Magazine, Producers Ron and Howard Albert (Crosby, Stills & Nash, Eric Clapton, Rolling Stones), and visual artist Peter Max.

Mr. Jacobi was attorney and co-founder of Atlantic distributed Radio Records which produced the number one Billboard hit single ‘Stars on 45’ (Gold).  Allen’s interest in the music business was so keen that he became involved in the other aspects of the record business, such as marketing, promotion, A&R and sales.

In 1990, Mr. Jacobi was offered his own label. By 1991, Pyramid Records/Sony was a reality. The first signing by Jacobi as label head was Eagles guitarist and vocalist Joe Walsh. The first album was called Ordinary Average Guy.  The single, also entitled “Ordinary Average Guy”, leaped to the #1 position on the rock chart and the album sold over 350,000 copies. Also released on the label were international superstars, Asia, Earth Wind & Fire, Robert Palmer, Stray Cats, The Doobie Brothers, Public Enemy, Lalah Hathaway (#1 single Forever, For Always, For Love), Edgar Winter, Stephen Stills, country star Ty Herndon, Earthrise – The Rainforest Album featuring:  U2, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Sting, Paul Simon, REM, Seal, Peter Gabriel, Dire Straights, Queen, Genesis and others.  In August 2008, Pyramid released Latin Urban sensation Baby Ranks’ new album, and on August 27, the album entered the Billboard Latin Music Chart.  Presently flying up the Latin Pop Charts is the single “Dejame Quererte” which is featured on Jon Secada’s newest album “Otre Vez” released in February 2011.

In 2003, Mr. Jacobi co-founded The Tube Music Network, a music channel featuring heritage rock artists and brought in an MTV alumnus to run the network. In late 2004, Mr. Jacobi negotiated his buy out of The Tube.  In 2005, Pyramid released two-time Rock n Roll Hall of Fame inductee Stephen Stills’ fist solo studio album in 14 years, “Man Alive!” Mr. Jacobi has signed young artists, such as San Francisco rock band Finish Ticket to Atlantic Records, Miami R&B rap trio MMC da Click to Atlantic Records, and Miami rapper Prospectt to Cash Money Records. He is presently in negotiations with BMG to sign English rock quartet The 45′s to a publishing and artist development agreement

Increasingly Mr. Jacobi’s practice has grown to include the acquisition and distribution of digital rights, and the representation of corporate entities such as Digitrax (the nation’s largest producer of Karaoke music), Promo Only, Core DJ’s, Israeli technology company YouTab, Night Flight Network (80′s & 90′s Iconic Music Television Show) and manufacturing electronics giant Brother International Corporation.