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Music Events (more headlines) 01-22-2011

The Producer's Corner With Spud Too Tight Was Among The 90,000 Savvy Music Industry Professionals And Icons At The 2011 NAMM Show In Anaheim, CA

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Minneapolis - The year is off to a bend of significant accomplishments for Music Producer/Keyboardist Composer/Engineer Spud Too Tight. In early January, Associated Content from Yahoo, the world's largest source of community created content ranked his celebrity music production and tech talk show - The Producer's Corner with Spud Too Tight, No.1 of the Top 5 Artistic Podcasts on the web.

He has interviewed and held production tech talk discussions with some of the most prolific icons in the music industry such as George Duke, Steve Oliver, Larry Graham, Brian Culbertson, Victor Wooten, Bob James, Gerald Albright, Jeff Lorber, Marion Meadows, DJ Battlecat, Donell Jones and a long list of others branding his show as the best source for insight and music production information for those most passionate about their craft globally. The shows inception was August of 2009.

The 2011 NAMM Show was held at the Anaheim Convention Center last Thursday - Sunday, with more than 1500 exhibitors, CEO's from the leading music manufacturing companies, 90,000 music industry professionals and naming just a few celebrity icons such Johnathan Butler, Brian Culbertson, Eddie Van Halen, Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, Sinbad, Bootsy Collins, R&B Legend Evelyn "Champagne" King, a long list of others and Billboard Chart Topping Guitarist/Vocalist Steve Oliver who conducted guitar synth demonstrations who also rocked the house at the Carvin Guitar Booth all 4 days.

As a special guest of Steve Oliver & Carvin Guitars, Music Producer Spud Too Tight was in the mega mix of the celebrity and brand forces conducting select interviews, savored the overwhelming convention amenities such as music equipment displays/demonstrations, celebrity performances and enjoyed various networking opportunities at the world's largest music trade show in America. This event was not open to the public so for the industry pros, this was music heaven.

Please visit: www.spudtootight.com 24/7 free access to hear some of the best music production and tech talk interviews on the web.


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