Meetup with Tish Stewart at the WAC Starbucks tomorrow - FRIDAY, the 27th any time between 10 and 11am.
See you there!
After roaring demand and a sold-out audience, WHO KNEW returns with its second speaker series set for Thursday, April 2 from 5-8 p.m. at the Listening Room Café.
WHO KNEW provides a first-of-its-kind platform for industry heavy weights to provoke robust discussions about the music industry while providing attendees the opportunity to network and establish working relationships.
The forum profiles people, companies and stories that are under-exposed. WHO KNEW is a platform where thought-leading industry veterans can come together to present their ideas and potentially establish working relationships that expand opportunities for all involved.
As creator Tom Truitt describes it, “think Shark Tank meets Ted Talks meets speed dating."
The April 2 lineup includes:
- Steve Savoca- Global Head of Content at Spotify
- Randy Wachtler - CEO of Warner Chappell Production Music; Founder of 615 Music
- Hunter Williams - head of EDM at CAA
- Brittany Wegusen - CEO of Kalatech (Nashville Technology Council's Early Stage Company of the Year 2014)
- “Notelle” – EDM artist
- Doyle Davis – Co-owner of Grimey’s Pre-Loved Records
- Charles Alexander – musician, blogger, founder of Outside the Box Music
- 8 Project Music CEO's from Nashville’s Entrepreneur Center music accelerator
We are also providing live music from Tullie Brae and the Medicine Man Revue.
The previous event attracted industry executives, investors, musicians and young, ambitious entrepreneurs. Don’t miss out on the next WHO KNEW!
Advance tickets are $10 and include two drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Tickets at the door will be $15.
WHO KNEW is presented by MusicRowSearch, City National Bank, Verizon and the Joel A. Katz Music & Entertainment Business at Kennesaw State University.
Register Now to attend the Music Biz Conference hosted by the Music Business Association.
Student Registration: $69
Learn From Today’s Music Industry Leaders at Music Biz 2015
There is no better industry event that can provide the real-world conversations and connections that will help prepare you for a career in the music business. The Music Business Association’s (Music Biz) annual convention — Music Biz 2015 — will give
you a better understanding of the current state of the industry and allow you to meet top-level executives steering the course of today’s business.
Music Biz invites you to be part of Music Biz 2015 to be held in Nashville from May 12-14. This is your chance to:
- participate in discussions on topics including music management, touring, licensing, metadata, business development, marketing, new business models, and more;
- network with today’s key decision-makers;
- hear industry statistics that will help your better understand consumer behaviors;
- witness new product demonstrations and artist debuts; and
- discuss new hire and internship opportunities with executives trying to fill vital roles within their organizations.
If you are looking for an opportunity outside of academia to broaden your music business knowledge, Music Biz 2015 is for you.
For just $69 you can attend all three days of the event, taking full advantage of the panels, presentations, meetups, and networking opportunities that the event offers.*
For the full schedule of events click here!
* Note: Ticket excludes the Awards Luncheon on May 14 from 12:30 – 2 PM.
This series is designed for 10-12 students to network with leading industry professionals in an intimate and engaging environment while experiencing the culture of the company. The event will be held at Sea Gayle Music on Tuesday, April 7th from 4pm – 5:30pm. The space is limited, so the first 12 to RSVP will be able to attend.
RSVP today to email@example.com with your top 3 questions for Sea Gayle Music.
BMLG has begun the hiring for their 2015 Fall Internships! The application process will be open for another week (until March 30th).
To apply, applicants please use the link: http://www.bigmachinelabelgroup.com/internships/
Get your applications in soon before the deadline of March 30th!!!
Creative Connection is a program designed to connect three Belmont University juniors with key music industry companies and help them establish familiarity and meaningful relationships with four different facets of the industry - publishing, administration, publicity, and management.
HOW IT WORKS:
Three Belmont juniors will be selected as part of the program and will intern with each company for 4.5 weeks before rotating to the next. Students will work on specific projects while interning with each company. Students participating must be eligible to receive academic credit for an internship and must register for a one credit CEMB 3000 course. Participants are expected to fulfill all of the course requirements in addition to the employer expectations. Interns must be available Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10am - 3pm for office hours. Additional hours may be required outside of the office. Interns will not be allowed to participate in any other internships for credit during this semester.
The companies included are Creative Nation/Sarah Lai PR, Crush Management, and Words and Music.
Fall semester 2015
Fill out the application at MyBelmont > Academic Resources > Curb College > Applications > Creative Connection by April 1st, 2015. Once it is received, you will be sent instructions for completing an online video interview. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Searching for a job or internship? Exploring career options?
Plan to attend the Nashville Area Career Fairs on Tuesday, March 31st from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at the Williamson County Ag Expo Park. The Nashville Area College to Career Fair and the Nashville Area Teacher Recruitment Fair will be occurring simultaneously. The event is currently sold out with 185 companies and organizations registered for the College to Career Fair and 115 school systems registered for the Teacher Recruitment Fair. This event is open to rising juniors, juniors, seniors, graduate students and alumni from 13 participating area colleges and universities, including Belmont.
View the list of registered employers at www.nashvillefairs.org.
Pick up a FREE ticket: Office of Career & Professional Development 2nd floor, Gabhart Student Center Contact: 615.460.6490 or email@example.com OR Massey College of Business Administration Career Development Center Massey Business Center, Room 415 Contact: 615.460.6947 or firstname.lastname@example.org
America's Got Talent Senior Casting Producer Kat Erangey is accepting submissions for Season 10. Especially looking for Male Crooner Musical Groups but will accept all submissions.
Submit ASAP to email@example.com
Belmont introduces our very own YouTube channel featuring YOU > Talent Share.
Showcase your performances for the entertainment industry. Whether you are a singer, musician, videographer, audio engineer, or all of the above – share your best YouTube video with music publishers, artist managers, agents, labels, and many more looking to Belmont for new talent.
Use this link to add your content:
We look forward to celebrating your successes!