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Friday, April 19 • 11:45am - 1:00pm
Pop/Rock Feedback Panel

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Engage in honest talk and receive valuable advice from music industry executives in this song feedback session, during which a limited number of songs pre-submitted by registrants will be given feedback in front of an audience.


Moderator
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Brendan Okrent

AVP, Pop/Rock, Creative Services - ASCAP
AVP, Pop/Rock, Creative Services - ASCAP

Panelists
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Katie Donovan

Director, A&R – Warner/Chappell Music
Director, A&R – Warner/Chappell Music In between running marathons Katie Donovan is developing some of today’s brightest and most talented songwriters and artists. Graduating with a BFA in Film & Television Production from NYU, Katie began her career in the music industry in 2006 as an intern at Verve Records. She moved on to work briefly at UMPG before landing at EMI Music Publishing in 2008. There she worked alongside Jon Platt as his executive assistant and coordinator, as well as jointly signing and developing writer/artist MoZella. Katie was also instrumental in the organization, continued growth and increasing success of... Read More →
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Victoria Horn

Songwriter - "Days Go By," "Got Dynamite," “Not in Love,” “This Is Us”
Songwriter - "Days Go By," "Got Dynamite," “Not in Love,” “This Is Us” Victoria Horn (Lady V) began her professional music career as an artist featured on dance songs. Her first major songwriting release, a song from 2001 called "Days Go By" performed by Dirty Vegas, peaked at No. 14 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Play following its implementation in an advertisement for the Mitsubishi Eclipse. "Days Go By" continued to garner heavy radio play throughout 2002 and win a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording as well as an ASCAP Pop Music Award for its author. In 2003, a song she co-wrote for Enrique Iglesius (and featured Kelis) entitled "Not in Love" won the Billboard Latin Dance song of the year and enjoyed top ten placement in many sales charts around the world. In 2008, Lady V co-wrote the song "This is Us" which appeared on the Keyshia Cole album A Different Me. The album went on to sell 1 million copies. As well, during this year, Horn collaborated with songwriters David "DQ... Read More →
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Steve Lindsey

Music Publisher - Thou Art the Hunger / Warner/Chappell Music; Songwriter, Producer, Musician
Music Publisher - Thou Art the Hunger / Warner/Chappell Music | Songwriter, Producer, Musician - “Welcome to Burlesque,” “I Can’t Imagine,” A Thousand Kisses Deep Steve started his career as an in demand Los Angeles session keyboard player in the 1980s. Later Steve became a multi platinum record producer with credits such as Leonard Cohen, Aaron Neville, Elton John, Celine Dion, Billy Joel, Chris Botti and many others. In the early 90s, he started Blotter Music publishing where he discovered Mike Elizondo, Bridgette Benenate, Mickey Avalon, and Benji Highes. In 2004, he started Westside Independent with Cameron Strang and signed Jon Rotem, Brody Brown and Bruno Mars. Steve currently runs his new venture with Cameron, "Thou Art the... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 11:45am - 1:00pm
Mt. Olympus 3rd Floor

Attendees (43)