Sea Level was hired by the Rolling Stones management in October 2012 to project manage the US release of the GRRR! compilation. The album was released to celebrate the band's 50th anniversary year and went Gold, as sales-certified by the RIAA.
The consultancy brief included strategizing the album with band management, including running all liaisons with the band's label, Interscope, for all US promotion, video, and marketing campaigns.
In conjunction with their 50th anniversary, the Rolling Stones performed three sold-out East Coast shows, including the final performance at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, which was broadcast as a pay-per-view event entitled One More Shot.
Prior to working with The Stones on this project, while head of A&R at Rhino, Robin Hurley worked with Mick Jagger and his management on the Very Best of Mick Jagger collection, released in 2007.