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'Strategies for Success' Extends Artist Signup Deadline
04-13-2007 | Music Events
Eric Kline, President of the Inside the Music Business Brand and Executive Producer and
co-host of the upcoming ‘Strategies for Success’ Seminar & Showcase has upped the ante for
unsigned artists once again.
When an unsigned artist signs up for the seminar (deadline extended to April 16th) they will upload
their Myspace page or website. A panel of industry experts will select ten performers from that list
who will perform at the Showcase, appear on the national DVD and radio show special and will be
featured on Music World 3D’s ‘musicians playground.’ Now there’s more.
Kline announced today that one of the performers will be singled out and will win a prize package
valued at more than $ 3,000. This includes a full day of recording studio time courtesy of Spectrum
Recording Studios in Pompano Beach, Florida; an Inside the Music Business package consisting of
consulting, strategies for success event DVD, book 2 CD set, IMB merchandise; a one month
promotional blitz through Music Dish sites, Legal advice from Music industry Attorney Nick
Nanton and software from IK Multimedia.
Strategies for Success takes place in two weeks on April 28th at the Broward County Convention
Center in Ft. Lauderdale and will feature more than 30 industry artists, A&R, producers,
songwriters, attorneys, programmers. The event will be co-hosted by Kline and Adam Gaynor,
recording artist formerly of the multi-platinum group, Matchbox 20. Other featured speakers include
MC Serch, Producers Steve Bogard, Music Dish’s Eric DeFontenay and Tony Bongiovi amongst
Strategies for Success strategic partners include: Music Dish Network, Music World 3D, Spectrum
Recording Studios, Sam Ash Music Stores, Disc Makers and more.
For more information log on to http://www.InsideTheMusicBusiness.com
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