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Face The Music 2011

Paul Mac, Henry Wagons, Jon Toogood To Speak At Face The Music

by Tim Cashmere on October 26, 2011

in News,Noise Pro

The Face The Music conference in Melbourne next month will feature musicians offering first hand advice for industry newbies.

Face The Music, The Push

Face The Music 2011

Paul Mac, Georgia Fields, Jen Cloher, Jon Toogood of Shihad, Henry Wagons and Jarrad Brown of Eagle & The Worm will offer this advice along with people from Music Victoria, Association of Artist Managers, APRA and PPCA.

Face The Music will feature the keynote from SXSW’s Brent Grulke hosted by Paul Cashmere from Noise11.com.

Aussie industry peeps speaking at Face The Music include Glenn Dickie (EMI, Stage Mothers), heath Bradby (Warner Music), Dom Alessio (Triple J), Bill Cullen (Paul Kelly, Sarah Blasko) and Correne Wilkie (The Cat Empire).

Registration for Face The Music is now open at www.facethemusic.org.au or by phoning (03) 9380 1277.

Dates are November 18 and 19 at the Arts Centre in Melbourne.

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