by Nicole Culver
Unsure about the future of the music industry in light of the current economic state? Then you might want to RSVP for Economic Evolution, hosted by the Atlanta chapter of the Recording Academy.
The GRAMMY Professional Development event will feature two panel discussions on re-invention, alternatives and opportunities in an uncertain music industry and an unstable economy.
The first panel discussion spotlights artists, musicians, songwriters and royalties, while the second focuses on producers and engineers. Featured panelists include Tom Barfield (Tom Barfield Mgmt.), Alex Richbourg (producer/songwriter), and Steve Jones (Pres., Brash Music) to name a few. The event will be moderated by Cliff Lovette (attorney, Lovette Entertainment Law Group, Ltd.), followed by a Q&A session.
$25 for non-members. Advance credit card RSVP only, by Wed., March 13 @ 404-816-1380. No charge for current Recording Academy members with confirmed RSVP. Panels take place Wed., March 18. 1:30-2:45 p.m. session features artists/musicians/songwriter/royalty discussion. 3:15-4:30 p.m. session features producers and engineers discussion. Eddies Attic, 515 N. McDonough St. 404-377-4976. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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