Tag: New York City
New Music Seminar kicked off this Sunday in NYC at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel, making it the first time the conference will be held over three days as opposed to two in previous years. Registration lines packed with eager delegates moved quickly, ready to hear discussions on topics including: networking, artist management, essential legal knowledge […]
Last Summer we teamed up with our friends at Musichelp to host some of our favorite emerging bands from Sweden at New Music Seminar’s first-ever Swedish Showcase. One of our Swedish artists, pop/rock band State of Grace, filmed their trip to NYC for NMS 2013 and used the footage to create an awesome video for […]
Catch NMS Executive Director and TommyBoy CEO, Tom Silverman discuss his thoughts on Adapting music distribution to digital, and what’s next for the music business…all building up to the New Music Seminar this June!
May 30, 2013 (NYC) – The Soul Rebels have just announced that they will headline New Music Seminar’s 2013 Opening Night Red Carpet Event. The eight-piece brass, percussion and vocal ensemble blends rock, hip-hop, funk, R&B and soul for a unique sound that has propelled them to major festival stages around the world. The Opening Night Party […]
A recent piece by Stephen Marcone in the Berklee Music Business Journal makes it clearer than ever as record sales diminish, the increasing importance in creating a new music business model – both for artists and record companies. From Marcone’s article: One of the most popular models was explained by Tom Silverman, CEO of Tommy Boy […]
There’s no better time than Creative Week in New York City – when advertising, design and digital media converge with the arts – for Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) to drive home its recently launched corporate positioning campaign focused on its leadership, heritage and innovation within the music industry. On Tuesday (May 7th), BMI presented at the inaugural Association of Music […]