This panel—Trying to Get Your Band Noticed?—will discuss how to navigate the local press, radio, and blog scene. Featuring five experienced panelists from different avenues of the entertainment industry: Luke O'Neil, Angie "C" Shaw, Michael Marotta, Sarah Rodman, and Anngelle Wood.
Trying to Get Your Band Noticed?
These panelists will examine the best way to generate attention for your band and give you pointers as to what gets their attention or peaks their curiosity to check out a band or artist. You can say all you want about yourself, but when someone else says it, that shows that they're paying attention to your band and others will take notice. Your fan base will grow! Come listen to the experts, ask your "pressing" questions, and take away some valuable tools of the trade. Bring your lunch.
Featuring five experienced panelists from different avenues of the entertainment industry:
Luke O'Neil, a professional blogger and journalist for the Boston Globe, Boston Phoenix, Alternative Press, and Wall Street Journal.
Angie "C" Shaw, an on-air personality for the radio station WFNX, as well as social media and marketing entrepreneur.
Michael Marotta of the Boston Phoenix, the Pill, WFNX Radio, and Vanya Records.
Sarah Rodman, who covers popular music within the A&E section of the Boston Globe.
Anngelle Wood, a local music director for WZLX and organizer of Boston's Rock 'n' Roll Rumble.
Cafe 939 and the Professional Music Department bring you a monthly series about the reality of branding, booking, touring, and producing your band in the now. It's called the Q-Brew series because you have questions and we have answers.
Whether you're a band, solo/duo artist, or a future business and industry person, come and join us and our speakers from various fields in the industry for a heartfelt conversation. We will keep it concise and honest. Come with questions or email them ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Q-Brew questions."