Author, JaWar, Exposes the Truth About Music Conferences and Talent Showcases

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JaWar, author of the Music Industry Connection book series, will facilitate two dynamic music business workshops on Saturday, July 29, 2006 at the Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta, GA. Both workshops will educate recording artists, producers, managers, entertainment attorneys, and those who service clientele in the industry on surefire tactics to increase their chances for success in the music industry.

JaWar, author of the Music Industry Connection book series, will facilitate two dynamic music business workshops on Saturday, July 29, 2006 at the Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta, GA. Both workshops will educate recording artists, producers, managers, entertainment attorneys, and those who service clientele in the industry on surefire tactics to increase their chances for success in the music industry.

When asked what prompted the Music Therapy 101 to sponsor this event in the saturated Atlanta, GA music market, JaWar says he is confident the workshops will offer a different end result for participants. “Many conferences offer informative panel discussions however most attendees leave without retaining much information. Our workshops are interactive and have been designed to leave participants with a strategy they are able to immediately implement in their business,” JaWar states.

How to Start and Run your own Record Company will provide participants with the steps needed to start and run a profitable record label. The second workshop entitled How to Make Money at Music Conferences & Talent Shows will teach participants how to utilize music conferences, workshops and showcase opportunities to generate revenue for their project.

Both workshops will instruct participants on using networking strategies to build upon their current connections and talents in the music business. Attendees will explore the changing record label business model and discuss how they can benefit from new and existing opportunities.

Music Therapy 101 has become a staple in the southeast for educating artists and music industry executives on the changing face of the industry. “The music industry is moving much faster due to technology. It has become easy for just about anyone to record, mix and even master a great sounding song because of lowering the price of professional grade recording equipment. Also technology has made it simpler for an independent record company and artists to find the fans and connections necessary to help them achieve their goals and realize their potential. Distribution is now available to the smaller company without having to manufacture a physical product as in years past,” JaWar comments. Although the information is out there, JaWar believes there are still up and coming artists and music industry professionals looking for the most effective way to break into the business. “The most popular questions we hear are about getting a record deal and obtaining distribution,” he says.

How to Start & Run your own Record Company and How to Make Money at Music Conferences & Talent Shows workshops presented by JaWar are organized by the Music Therapy 101 Music Business Conference. For more information on JaWar, Music Therapy 101 and the Music Business workshops being held a the Georgia World Congress Center, Saturday, July 29, 2006, visit http://www.mt101.com, or call 800-963-0949, or e-mail.

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