It’s Gonna Be A VERY Busy Canadian Music Week…Don’t Miss A ThingWednesday, May 4th, 2016
Canadian Musician has an extremely busy schedule lined up for the Canadian Music Week Conference over the next three days, from Thursday to Saturday.
Stop by and say ‘Hello!’
We’ll be at the Sheraton Centre in downtown Toronto on May 5-7, 2016 celebrating Canadian Music Week, come by and visit Canadian Musician and Music Books Plus at Booth 211 during the CMW Trade Show. We’ll have complimentary magazines and discounts on books and software on-hand.
Stop by and ENTER to win
- Audio Technica ATH-M50X headphones
- Audio Technica AT2020 studio condenser microphone
- Fluid Audio F5 studio monitors
Value over $1,000, courtesy of Erikson Audio
Stop by and Be AMAZED!
Don’t forget that on Friday May 6th at 5:30 p.m. Canadian Musician magazine will present an engaging seminar and live coaching experience with Live Music Producer, Tom Jackson as he transforms a band while teaching you these important concepts that will help you create moments in your show, generate more income, build a fan base and help you have more control and fun on stage.
Information and registration at www.cmw.net/events/tom-jackson. This event is only $20 and worth seeing!
Stop by and MEET the Authors!
When and Where can you meet the Authors??
Join us at Booth 211 on
Thursday May 5th at 12:45 p.m. and meet Valerie Geller, author of Beyond Powerful Radio and Saturday May 7th at 3:00 p.m. and meet Tom Jackson
Stop by and LEARN
Canadian Musician publisher Jim Norris will be moderating the panel “How To Get Booked By A Festival: Even If Nobody Knows Who You Are” and will be appearing at the Mentor’s Café on Thursday, May 5th.
As well, Canadian Musician editor, Andrew King will be moderating two panels: “Online Music Marketing: Social Media and Digital Distribution” and “How to Make The Budget Work: The Economics of Touring.” Andrew will be appearing at the Mentor’s Café on Thursday, May 5.
Andrew is also nominated for a Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Award. Andrew, along with our assistant editor, Mike Raine and the rest of our editorial team will be conducting interviews for Canadian Musician, our websites, YouTube channel, and Canadian Musician Radio.