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Seminar – International Touring & Releases

The Music Managers’ Forum is proud to announce it’s first Seminar of 2008 – International Touring & Releases.

On the eve of the Big Day Out, the MMF offers New Zealand Managers the unique opportunity to hear the invaluable advice of top international managers.

Rebekah Campbell, Peter Jenner and Phil Moore will share their expert knowledge and experiences of touring and releasing their artists internationally.

PETER JENNER – SINMAN MANAGEMENT UK

We will be joined by IMMF Chairperson Peter Jenner, who will be in town for the Big Day Out with Billy Bragg. Peter has a wealth of experience in management having worked in the past with The Clash, Pink Floyd, Ian Drury, Marc Bolan and many more. Jenner's involvement in music became increasingly important as he staged a series of free concerts in Hyde Park, London, culminating in The Rolling Stones' famous 1969 performance

REBEKAH CAMPBELL – SCORPIO ENTERNTAINMENT AUSTRALIA

Rebekah is a partner in Australian Management Company Scorpio Entertainment Two of her bands are multi-platinum and award winning Evermore, who have been released in the UK and USA via Sire/Warners, and Operator Please who are currently hot property in the UK and Europe.

PHIL MOORE – MOORE PETERSON MANGEMENT

Phil Moore manages The Checks who spent two years in the UK and Europe recording, releasing and touring their debut album released through Full Time Hobby/Sony BMG.

This is an opportunity not to be missed for artists and managers wanting to pursue an international career.

This seminar is a member only event, you are able to join on the night. Please RSVP to neil[at]mmf.co.nz.


DATE: THURSDAY 17TH JANUARY 2008
WHERE: APRA, Unit 113, Zone 23, 21-23 Edwin St, Mt Eden
TIME: 6pm to 8pm
www.mmf.co.nz

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