Music Industry News Network [12-02-2003]

Touring For A Living: Help Your Artists Get The Mo$t From The Road NARIP


MusicDish Network Sponsor
Workshop with Chris Arnstein
Saturday, January 10th, 2004
Beverly Garland Hotel (Beverly Garland Theater)
4222 Vineland Avenue, Studio City, CA 91604
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Paul McCartney, Phish, The Temptations, B.B. King, the Pointer Sisters, Jimmy Buffett. Record sales may not be huge in recent years, yet some have set income records by touring.

Your clients can tour successfully, too!

Learn the tips and tricks of the big acts, and get all the info used by mid-line artists, newly signed artists, and indie artists who are making the most of touring opportunities. Plus, learn the best ways to turn concerts into CD sales!

This NARIP workshop will also cover:

Success for acts in all career phases and stages
When and why to go on the road
Identifying target demographics
Reaching your acts' ideal audiences
Who handles what on a tour
Different career options for different types of artists
Touring with or without a record deal
Planning and budgeting tours

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Chris Arnstein is CEO of the Arnstein Organization, performing personal and tour management, record, TV, video and production, talent booking services, product branding, international marketing, multi-media promotions, music supervision for his clients. Arnstein has developed, toured and worked with stadium and arena-level acts such as Julio Iglesias, Michael McDonald, Natalie Cole, Jennifer Lopez, Air Supply, Bad English, Brett Michaels, Rachelle Ferrell, Sam Kinison, Madonna, Journey, Stevie Nicks, John Waite, Joe Walsh, Styx, ELO, The Eagles and others.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Record Company Personnel - Publishers - Attorneys - Managers

REGISTER: Go to, call 818-769-7007 to reserve now and register by phone or mail check or money order payable to NARIP to P.O. Box 8934, Universal City, CA 91618-8934, ATTN: Touring Workshop.


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