The Music Industry Panel will take place at The Lending Room on 12 July at 6 p.m. until 7.30 p.m. with the theme ‘Getting your music out, heard and noticed’.
The Panel will be followed by #360RAW9, featuring four emerging acts from Leeds: Sir Curse, Daves, Thieves of Misfortune and Mark of a Thief.
Panel members are:
Renowned musician and radio presenter Tom Robinson, Ian Cheek, Proprietor of Ian Cheek Press and Steve Cusack, head of the UK promo team for CD Baby. This is an opportunity to meet specialists in their fields who know how to get your music heard and will be able to answer your questions.
The #360RAW curated panel is in association with CD Baby and Independent Venue Week and is sponsored by CD Baby. The event will be hosted by Alan Raw of BBC Introducing West Yorkshire who, along with the promoter of the 360 Club Richard Watson, curates the highly successful #360RAW gigs that showcase the best emerging talent in the area.
Whilst tickets are FREE they have a reservation charge of £5 per ticket, which can be returned in cash on entry or left at the door to be donated to Martin House Children’s Hospice music therapy room for the benefit of young people in their care. The refund is entirely optional and all non-refunded reservation fees will be donated to this great cause.
Tickets are available online from Crash Records without booking fee, as they are kindly donating their fees to Martin House Children’s Hospice: https://www.crashrecords.co.uk/product/music-industry-panel/
Read more about Tom Robinson, Steve Cusack and Ian Cheek here.
Photographs provided by Ian Cheek Press. Feature photograph is Daves.
Helen’s interests are wide-ranging, from food to music to art and comedy. She is especially keen on writing about local charitable activity and events as well as the opportunities the City Region has to offer to those with hidden talents.