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Wednesday, September 7 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
The Allrounder

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Yes, you really are supposed to do everything. Each year, it seems that many of the people that have staying power in the music industry wear many different hats.  THE ALLROUNDER panel explores the concept that you need to be both a jack and a master of all trades at the same time.  They will also discuss ways around doing this while not spreading yourself to thin.

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Andy Bryan

Director of Stop Start Recordings Andy Bryan has been working in the Australian music business for nearly 20 years. During his 15 year tenure at EMI, Andy led Virgin Records through its most successful period accumulating more ARIA awards than any other label during his 5 years as label head. After leaving EMI in 2009 Andy started his own management and marketing consultancy company Fingerless Glove Projects, which is home to Lior and Ernest... Read More →

Joel Carriere

Dine Alone Records/Bedlam Music Mgt.
Director, Dine Alone Records/Bedlam Music Management (CAN)  Joel Carriere has worked in the music industry in some form since he was an alternative rock DJ and assistant manager at Sam The Record Man. Since then, Carriere has become a prominent figure in the Canadian independent music scene as owner of Bedlam Music Management and Dine Alone Records and as a partner in Rock Steady music services. Bedlam Music Management manages Alexisonfire... Read More →
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Maggie Collins

Director, Golden District (AUS) In her time in the music industry, Maggie Collins has accrued a wealth of experience that has seen her build a successful career as a national broadcaster and artist manager. Current manager of Brisbane bands The John Steel Singers and DZ Deathrays, she has assisted her artists in developing a strong profile in domestic and international markets. Starting out as a presenter on Community Broadcaster 4ZzZ, Maggie... Read More →
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Jeremy Hammond

Manager/Partner at Western Front, Los Angeles, USA. Jeremy Hammond, a native New Zealander, started in the music industry at Sony Music in Australia and has since held key creative posts within major record and artist management companies in the UK and USA. In 25 years of working out of either New York or Los Angeles, he has been closely involved in the development of Crowded House, Iron Maiden, Poison, Great White, Megadeth, Radiohead... Read More →

Andy Kelly

Director of Winterman & Goldstein / Ivy League Andy Kelly is a director of Winterman & Goldstein Management, Ivy League Records and Ivy League Music Publishing. Artists Andy has worked with across these three “disciplines” include The Vines, Jet, Sleepy Jackson, Empire of the Sun, Paul Dempsey, Something For Kate, Youth Group, Cloud Control, Josh Pyke, Sparkadia, Lanie Lane, and The Mess Hall.
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Dan Rosen

CEO of ARIA / PPCA Dan Rosen brings with him valuable experience across digital media, music and law. Prior to joining ARIA and PPCA, Rosen was based in New York working as Head of Americas for digital media company KIT Digital. Dan previously worked as an Advisor to the Minister of Communications Richard Alston after starting his career as a lawyer, specializing in media and technology, with Minter Ellison. He has been on both sides of the... Read More →

Brian Taranto

Love Police
Managing Director of Love Police ATM Brian "BT" Taranto has been hanging around the music industry since 1985 – mostly involved in band and festival merchandising, but also a concert promoter, art director and publisher of musical kids books. Having worked at Australian Tour Merchandising (ATM) for eight years, he eventually established new merch company Love Police in 1995. Love Police recently merged with ATM with BT as Managing... Read More →

Wednesday September 7, 2011 11:00am - 12:15pm
Theatre Rehearsal Room (Level 4 - Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts) 420 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley

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