“Sign The Dotted Line – How To Land A Record Deal” Webinar Announced for May 31Monday, May 16th, 2016
Canadian Musician‘s next webinar will see Brooke Morgan of revered boutique imprint Paper Bag Records and Tyler Tasson of the fast-growing powerhouse ole Label Services join Canadian Musician Editor Andrew King with advice on attracting label attention, what they’re looking for from you, sealing the deal, and more. The live, one-hour Sign The Dotted Line – How To Land A Record Deal webinar will be held Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 7 p.m. ET.
The days of a label A&R rep in a fancy suit showing up to your gig with a suitcase full of money and promises of stardom are long gone. In today’s industry, labels are taking far fewer risks and looking for partners to create mutually beneficial business relationships.
-how to attract label attention
-what labels are looking for from you
-how to find the optimal fit
-how signing with a label can accelerate your success
-how to work together to maximize success
…and much more!
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About The Presenters:
Brooke Morgan is the Head of Label at Paper Bag Records. Brooke joined the team at Paper Bag in 2012 as the label celebrated its 10-year anniversary. In her time at Paper Bag, she has worked with a number of acclaimed artists including The Rural Alberta Advantage, Born Ruffians, Sam Roberts Band, and Austra.
Tyler Tasson is the Manager of Label Services at ole. Tyler joins ole from Anthem Entertainment/SRO Management, where she handled day-to-day artist management, national and international marketing, events and endorsements, grants, and project management for various album releases.
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.