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Free CM Webinar “Can You Manage? – How & When A Manager Can Help Your Career” on April 21

Thursday, April 7th, 2016

Can you manage bannerNext up in Canadian Musician’s series of free monthly industry webinar will be Can You Manage? – How & When A Manager Can Help Your Career with Pipe & Hat’s Tim Jones, who manages the likes of Attica Riots, The Revival, and Sc Mira. This free webinar will take on Thursday, April 21 at 7 p.m. ET.

To register for free, CLICK HERE

Musicians have to do more than ever before to build their careers and find sustainable success. Having an experienced manager on your team can take a lot of work off of your plate and help push you to new professional heights. But at what point do you actually need a manager? How exactly can a manager help you? What does a manager expect from you to create a mutually beneficial partnership? Join Jones and Canadian Musician Editor Andrew King for those answers and much more.

You’ll learn:
-when you should consider management
-how to find the optimal fit
-what to expect from a good manager
-what a good manager expects from you
-how to work together to maximize success
…and much more!

Visit musicbooksplus.com/manager for tips to get the most our of your webinar experience, PLUS a list of recommended titles for further reading from our staff and presenters.

King JonesAbout The Presenters:

Tim Jones is the award-winning co-founder of Canadian indie label and artist development firm Pipe & Hat. Pipe & Hat has launched artists into a steady path of success, including countless awards and nominations, consistent radio charting, collaboration with Grammy-nominated producers, and performances at dozens of high-profile festivals and conferences around the world. The company is a four-time Western Canadian Music Awards nominee, with Jones taking home the 2014 award for Manager of the Year. He is also a regular contributor to Canadian Musician magazine.

Andrew King is the Editor of Canadian Musician, as well as Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, and Professional Lighting & Production magazines. He also co-hosts Canadian Musician Radio. He has given presentations and sat on panels at events including ECMA, the Halifax Pop Explosion, and many others.

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