You are cordially invited to NARIP’s
How To Build A Fan Base & Get Booked
on Thursday, November 18, 2010
in Mesa, AZ
Presented in partnership with
MCC Career and Re-Entry Services and
the Mesa Community College Music Business Program
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
GUEST SPEAKERS (scroll down for speaker profiles):
- Cindy Goldney, Owner & CEO, Gold Line Entertainment
- Jonathan Roberts, Artist Development Expert —> JUST ADDED
- Peter Sotos, Fireball Music Management, NARIP Phoenix Director (Moderator)
More Speakers TBA.
Thursday, November 18, 2010
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, agents, promoters
Record and publishing executives
Producers and those who work with artists to promote their careers
Anyone seeking to stimulate demand for music by way of live performances.
Mesa Community College
1833 W. Southern Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85202-4822
Click here for directions.
$10: NARIP Members
Congratulations! You made a wise choice, and you’ll enjoy this NARIP program. Because you are registering for the program, we offer you the MP3 recording for only $20 more (regularly $39.95), a savings of $19.95. Please select the “Premium Ticket” option below if you’d like to add the MP3 to your order.
3 WAYS TO REGISTER
1. Online: www.narip.com (just scroll down)
2. Phone: 818-769-7007
3. Walk-up (if space permits)
Advance RSVP encouraged.
Pre-paid admission guarantees seating.
We appreciate your cooperation.
Call us at 818-769-7007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thanks to Jackie Gill, Laurie Black, Debbie Smith and Alexandra Perdue for their help with NARIP events at Mesa Community College.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Cindy Goldney, Owner & CEO, Gold Line Entertainment
Cindy Goldney is the Owner & CEO of Gold Line Entertainment, a management, PR, booking, artist development, coaching & career consultation company for music artists of all genres. Consultations and coaching is available for artists who seek better bookings, to build popularity, and plan a path of success to get to labels. Cindy currently works with artists from the local level up to the national level with such artists as Three Dog Night. She has a successful working history locally with CBS Radio (KMLE, KOOL & JAMZ) with bringing in live artists for their events and concerts. She works with several venues including the Arizona State Fair, Celebrity Theatre, Skye, Martini Ranch, Toby Keith’s Bar & Grill, Mesa Center for the Performing Arts, Chandler Performing Arts Center has been brought on recently by several casinos to book their live entertainment. Currently, Cindy manages country/pop group Firefly, who has opened recently for Leann Rimes, Zac Brown Band, Carrie Underwood, Josh Gracin, Justin Bieber, The Gin Blossoms, Benton Paul, Wynonna Judd, Ryan Shupe and The Rubber Band, Due West, Steve Wariner among others. Cindy sits on the advisory council of the Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall Of Fame.
Jonathan Roberts, Artist Development Expert
Jonathan provides performance coaching, recording, branding, production and marketing strategies to his clients. As an artist himself, he has shared the stage or recording studio with international stars Wynonna Judd, Marie Osmond, the NY Met Opera’s Ariel Bybee, American Idol’s Brooke White, and Yanni Voices’ Nathan Pacheco, and others.
Peter Sotos, NARIP Phoenix Director (moderator), and Fireball Music Management Founder
In addition to his duties as NARIP Phoenix Director, Peter Sotos is founder of Fireball Music Management, a full service artist management company. Fireball specializes in taking acts to the next level through focused marketing and promotion, and specializes in finding each band’s unique niche to maximize its full potential. Fireball believes in its acts and operates with honesty and integrity. With established relationships at radio stations, record companies, management companies, and with producers, promoters, venues and clubs and other industry professionals, Fireball gives its artist clients the platform to have their music heard by people in a position to advance artist careers. Fireball’s motto is “Turn up the heat in promotion!” Current and recent clients include Led Zepagain, Damage Incorporated, We Are They, Interfate, Halocene and Blameshift.
SOURCES FOR MORE INFO:
The National Association of Record Industry Professionals promotes career
advancement, education and good will among record executives.