Feel the Beat PRO #6 – Artist Development

Monday 11 March 2019

2:45 pm : Main Stage

14+

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Metronome’s monthly ‘Feel the Beat’ panel gives insight into the music business- with a different topic each time!
This month ‘Artist Development’ is the key topic.

Discussed by Jamie Nelson (BMG), Diane Young and Charlie Rapino-who have all worked with some of the biggest acts and labels in the world.

The Q&A Panel is open to all and is your chance to get lots of advice and to hear some great stories.

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Feel the Beat PRO #6 – Artist Development

Metronome’s monthly ‘Feel the Beat’ panel gives insight into the music business- with a different topic each time!
This month ‘Artist Development’ is the key topic.

Discussed by Jamie Nelson (BMG), Diane Young and Charlie Rapino-who have all worked with some of the biggest acts and labels in the world.

The Q&A Panel is open to all and is your chance to get lots of advice and to hear some great stories.

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