Here we preview 2017’s upcoming DIY Musician Conference, an event curated specifically with independent, do-it-yourself musicians in mind, designed to assist with their careers and allow them to meet others in their field.
Guest post by Chris Robley of DIY Musician
Tickets to the DIY Musician Conference are only $99 – if they last!
$99 tickets are still available for the DIY Musician Conference this August in Nashville, but they’re going fast! This event is on pace to sell out, and you don’t want to miss your chance to experience a weekend that can change your career. So grab a ticket and get ready for:
- 3 days of content curated just for independent musicians
- 3 nights of performance opportunities
- Inspiring keynote sessions
- In depth workshops
- 25+ breakout sessions
- Individual mentoring from diverse industry pros
- A big, dedicated jam room
- Hundreds of musicians just like you
In addition to a keynote presentation from songwriter/troubadour Mary Gauthier and a band makeover from Tom Jackson, many other industry pros will be presenting as well, including:
- Ari Herstandt – Founder, Ari’s Take
- Rick Barker – President and CEO, Social Media For Music
- Bruce Houghton – Founder, Hypebot.com and Skyline Artists Agency
- Cheryl Slay Carr – Associate Dean & Associate Professor of Music Business, Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business, Belmont University
- Suzanne Paulinski – CEO, The Rock/Star Advocate
- Kate Richardson – Partner, Richlyn Marketing
- Craig Grossman – Founder/Booking Agent, Green Room Music Source LLC
- Two more keynotes still to be announced and many more!
This event is on pace to sell out, possibly before the ticket prices increase to $129 on July 12 — so don’t wait; get tickets now.
Chris Robley is the Editor of CD Baby’s DIY Musician Blog. I write Beatlesque indie-pop songs that’ve been praised by No Depression, KCRW, The LA Times, & others. My poems have appeared in Poetry Magazine, Prairie Schooner, The Poetry Review, & more. I live in Maine and like peanut butter chocolate chip cookies, a little too much.