March 31st, 2014
Pandora is losing Tom Conrad, its Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President of Product.
Mark Adams has been promoted to Music Director by Box TV.
Downtown Music Publishing hired Tom Graham to establish a London office. Graham’s official title is A&R Manager.
Nicola Tuer was promoted from Executive Vice President to Chief Operating Officer at Sony Music U.K.
Troy Carter‘s management company Atom Factory Management named two Co-Presidents, Julius “J” Erving and Ty Stiklorius.
Michelle Lorge has been named Publicity Manager at Sweet Talk Publicity.
Kobalt Music Group hired Jeannette Perez as its SVP of Synch & Brand Partnerships – North America.
Jon Bahr has been promoted to Senior Director of Marketing & Communications at ASCAP.
Peter Oppenheimer, Apple‘s SVP and CFO, will be retiring with Luca Maestri, current VP of Finance and Corporate Controller, stepping in his CFO shoes start June 2014.
March 20th, 2014
In the liner notes to this collection, New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Lethem (Motherless Brooklyn, Fortress of Solitude) writes, “In the famously difficult art of going up against Dylan’s performance of his own material, a number of these reach the highest threshold. I hope Bob Dylan listens to this record, and plays it for his current touring band.”
This panel will discuss Bob Dylan’s career in the 80s, why music took the “new wave” direction that it did in the 80s, and the making of Bob Dylan In The 80s: Volume One. The panel will feature the following esteemed guests:
Wesley Stace aka John Wesley Harding- Musician, Author, www.wesleystace.com
Sean O’Brien- Producer, www.seanobrienmusic.com