You are invited to NARIP’s
How To Build A Fan Base & Get Booked
on Wednesday, September 18, 2013
at SAE Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA
Live shows and concert tours remain the most important components of artist development available and, when successfully executed, can have an enormous positive impact on an artist’s career.
NARIP assembles experts to discuss how an artist’s career trajectory can be improved with strategic bookings; how shows are bought, sold and built upon; and how people make money from them.
They will provide insight into these and other areas that affect the record business, using live performances as artist development vehicles for new acts, and give a glimpse into what the future of live music may hold.
You will learn:
- How To Book Acts In Small & Medium Venues
- How To Grow A Fan Base
- Fee Ranges For Specific Venues
- Digital Deals To Augment Live Efforts
- How To Tie In Digital Sales With Live Performances & Retail
- Marketing Live Music On The Internet
- How To Maximize Merch Sales
- Performance Deal Points: Money, Splits, Merch
- Hot Trends
- Pulling It All Together
Bram Bessoff, Partner, Indie Hitmaker
Chloe Peacock, NARIP Atlanta Executive Director (moderator)
Other speakers TBA.
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Wednesday, September 18, 2013
6:00 p.m. – Registration and networking
7:00 p.m. – Program begins
8:15 p.m. – Break
9:30 p.m. – Program ends
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Artist Managers, Producers & Artist Reps
Record & Music Publishing Executives
Concert Promoters, Agents, Tour Managers
Anyone seeking to understand and capitalize on opportunities in the live concert sector.
SAE Institute of Technology
215 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30303
Can’t attend in person? Then join us via a Google Hangout from anywhere with Internet access. And if the time doesn’t work for you and you can’t attend live or online, register anyway and you won’t miss a thing. You’ll get the audio and all the other bonuses, within 72 hours after the program.
Enter building from Andrew Young International Blvd. (behind Hard Rock Cafe).
Latecomers please ring buzzer for entry.
Click here for map.
PARKING ~ MARTA
Closest paid parking deck is on Andrew Young International Blvd. Or take Marta train to Peachtree Center Station and walk to SAE Institute from there.
$15 for NARIP members
$25 for Non-members
Because you are registering for this program, we offer you the opportunity to pre-order the MP3 recording of the program for only $20 (regularly $39.95). This will also include digital copies of documents distributed at the program. This program will cover a great deal of information, and so you won’t have to worry about taking notes! To pre-order now, select the Premium Ticket option below, the mastered recording will be emailed to you within 2-3 weeks after our program (if not sooner).
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2. Call 818-769-7007 with credit card
3. Walk-up if space permits. NARIP events sell out, advance registration is recommended.
No refunds, all ticket sales final. We appreciate your cooperation.
Call 818-769-7007 or contact NARIP
SOURCES FOR MORE INFORMATION
SAE Institute of Technology
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Bram Bessoff, Partner
Bram Bessoff’s career is a mash-up of music and technology which come together as Indiehitmaker (IHM). Part of the new music industry, IHM offers a music service once unavailable to the masses of artists who still sell music in today’s market. Backed by PolyPlat Records, the label he co-owns, and powered by Blue Mountain Technologies, his software development company, IHM helps independent artists advance their careers by enabling them to report live venue sales to SoundScan, a service once only available to signed artists. This makes technology available, affordable and easy to use for every one of the 300,000+ independent artists currently touring and performing in the US and a way to leverage the only industry-accepted sales metric, SoundScan, to get on the Billboard Charts. IHM has serviced 100+ artists since inception, with more than a dozen of them charting on SoundScan and Billboard, and with one even hitting number one on the coveted Heatseekers album charts.
Bram’s music industry experience started nearly two decades ago as the drummer for Soup, a regional touring act. After its disbandment, Bram started SoundArt Management to help other independent artists (Pepper’s Ghost, Dr. Dan, Fashion Bomb) make the jump from indie to signed. SoundArt also focused on tour management heading the Virgin College Mega Tour for four years in a row, until he met Atlanta indie rockers State of Man with whom he soon partnered to form Indiehitmaker.
Bram’s expertise in technology brought IHM to life. All while touring, playing 150+ shows a year, Bram was the marketing & creative director, UI designer and usability expert for CompeteNet Inc., a technology company servicing clients such as IBM, HP/Compaq, Northrop Grumman, DOD (U.S. Army), Xerox, Unisys, Sun, EDS, and Scottrade with Web-based competitive intelligence, simulation training and distance learning solutions. He left CompeteNet and started Blue Mountain Technologies with the company’s CTO and lead developer. Today they provide cutting edge, cross platform technology solutions for software development across the Web, cloud and mobile devices. A frequent speaker a industry conferences in Atlanta and around the US, Bram is now focused on live music production and helping artists get the most out of their live show. He also helps artists break into Chinese and Far East touring markets as brand ambassadors to the countless music fans in the Orient. Look for Bram’s live music production workshop to be featured at several upcoming music conferences around the country this year.
NARIP Atlanta Executive Director
An Atlanta native, Chloe is passionate about the city’s growing music and entertainment industries. A Georgia State University graduate, Chloe worked for a local music management company in the public relations and new media marketing departments, and quickly expanded her responsibilities into college radio promotion and marketing. Chloe volunteered with the Atlanta chapter of the National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP) in 2010 and was invited to join the Board of Directors in 2011. She also serves on the PR and marketing committee for Georgia Music Partners, an Atlanta-based non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the business of music and music technology in Georgia. In 2011 Chloe dove into music licensing and joined Affix Music, a licensing and placement company specializing in urban music. Building on her licensing experience at Affix, Chloe just accepted a position in the National Alliances department at Live Nation Entertainment, where she focuses on artist rights and national festival sponsorship and sales.
Other speakers TBA.
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