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Live Nation Music Industry Scholarships Now Accepting 2019 Applicants

Working with Live Nation, the Music Forward Foundation is opening up it's 2019 Live Nation US Concerts Scholarship program, giving three lucky recipients $30k with which to pursue their careers in the music industry. ______________________ via Celebrity Access In partnership with Live Nation, Music Forward Foundation has opened the window for applications for the 2019 Live Nation US Concerts Scholarship Program. The program will award $30,000 in scholarships to three recipients wh...
Tags: Music, US, Mark Campana, Live Nation the Music Forward Foundation, Live Nation Music Forward Foundation, Steven J Finkel, Tiffany Green Operator


Chicago music venues join ranks to battle Live Nation, Lincoln Yards buildout

A group of independent music venues in Chicago has banded together to ask the city to slow down the planned Lincoln Yards development and its proposed “three to five” new concert halls run by the Live Nation conglomerate. Separately Thursday, Live Nation COO, U.S. Concerts Mark Campana sent a letter...
Tags: Chicago, Mark Campana, Lincoln Yards, COO U S Concerts


An Interview With Indie Concert Promoter Jason Zink Of Emporium Presents

In this interview Larry Leblanc sat down with Jason Zink, a partner of Emporium Presents, a merger of his Sherpa Concerts and Square Peg Concerts, owned by Dan Steinberg. Here he speaks about his merger, his lengthy time working as a promoter, and how he got his start in the industry. _____________________________ Guest post by Larry LeBlanc of Celebrity Access This week In the Hot Seat with Larry LeBlanc: Jason Zink, partner, Emporium Presents.  If President Trump is seeking a co...
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The Secret To Creating A Successful Live Concert Business [FREE WEBINAR TODAY]

Although for many artists, recorded music is no longer as profitable as it once was, this is not the case for live performance which remains quite lucrative, provided all right components are in place. ____________________________________ Guest post by Steve "Renman" Rennie, a music industry vet who runs online music biz mentoring platform Renman Music & Business and course Renman U. Join him for a free webinar "5 Keys to Building a Successful Career in the Music Business." today, Thur...
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