Music Industry News Network [01-11-2018]
The International Music Consulting Firm GINGIO Hosts Events At January NAMM And Awards Week
GINGIO, the International Music Consulting Firm offering a full range of services to entertainment industry professionals, will be hosting events during two of the music industry's biggest events of January: NAMM and Grammy Week. Coinciding with the best in music, sound and event technology showcased during NAMM Week, GINGIO will host events at Beverly Hills' Sofitel Hotel and West Hollywood's La Boheme on January 22nd and 23rd respectively. In addition to live music by Ryan Cross and his Monday Night Jazz Jam, the networking events will premiere the GINGIO Cocktails, uniquely ginger juice based cocktails. Info and rsvp: www.gingio.com/events
GINGIO is also a co-host of the annual Award kick-off gala THE SOIRÉE. The 4th annual red carpet music industry event brings together Grammy Nominees and Winners, music industry executives, major labels, managers, producers, licensors, agents, celebrities and industry influencers, making it one of the must-attend networking and schmoozing events at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in NYC, taking place the day before the 60th GRAMMY® Awards.
Purchase tickets at http://www.thesoiree.la
THE SOIRÉE is an independent promotion arm and not affiliated with, endorsed by, or licensed by The Recording Academy. The term "GRAMMY® Week" or "GRAMMY® Weekend" is solely for the purpose of informing the public of the time of the event.
GINGIO offers a full-range of music consulting and music management services for Artists, Musicians, Producers and Businesses. In addition, GINGIO also features the largest database of international music industry contacts available on the market today, with over 1000 directories and 4.2 million music industry professionals worldwide updated daily.
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