Hi, we have come to a tacky issue with our band. We are a four member cover band and we have the booking/road manager. We've got him maybe two years ago, the band exists about a year longer. We have an agreement that for gigs with our "old" contacts he is getting 10% for "road managing" (pre-arranging the details of a gig with client/venue and being present at the gig and taking care of a smooth course of action). If he acquires a new client AND does "road managing", he is getting 20%. Now there has been an issue couple of times that some band members brought a client, mostly some friend of them, whom they convinced to book us for their corporate or private event. The "road managing" part was then passed to the booking manager and he did this part. In such cases we were having a dispute, because the manager argued that he should get all his 20%, because this is not band's "old" contact, as we didn't play for that guy in the past, and we are arguing that he didn't do the "client acquistion" part, so he should get just his 10% for road managing. What is your take on it?