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On Saturday, September 8, 2012, The Recording Academy Atlanta Chapter will host GRAMMY GPS: A Road Map for Today's Music Pro which will focus on providing information to independent artists, producers, labels and managers who have begun working in the music industry but need the tools to succeed. The day will feature educational panels and a closing event featuring The Beatles’s engineer, Geoff Emerick. Panelists will include GRAMMY- winning producers, engineers, artists, songwriters, and music industry executives. GRAMMY GPS: A Road Map for Today’s Music Pro is a GRAMMY Professional Development mini-conference.
Complimentary admission & lunch will be extended to current Recording Academy members. Non-members must join or pay $100 to attend the event.
Confirmed Panelists include: Charlie Brusco (Red Light Mgt.), Bryan Michael Cox (Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson), Jennifer Drake (ASCAP), Scott Goldman (VP, GRAMMY Foundations), Omara Harris (Omara S. Harris, Esq.), Dr. Michael Johns (Emory Voice Center), Steve Jones (Brash Music), Ledisi (Verve Records), Rich Levy (Live Nation), Steve Lillywhite(Dave Matthews Band, The Rolling Stones, U2), Margaret Marshall (Greenberg Traurig), Ne-Yo (Motown Records), Brendan O'Brien (Bruce Springsteen, Mastadon, Train), Kawan " KP" Prather (Atlantic Records), Callie Riggs (Red Light Mgt.), Bobby Rosenbloum (Greenberg Traurig), Jan Smith (Jan Smith Studios), Justin "Just Blaze" Smith( Drake, Eminem, Jay Z), Shani Sammons (Shani Sammons Marketing Group), Butch Walker (Pink, Katy Perry, Train). More panelists to be announced later.
W Atlanta Buckhead Hotel
3377 Peachtree Road Ballroom
September 8, 2012 - 10:00am - 6:00pm