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Chryss Carr from AUM taking care of business at Bluesfest Byron Bay – Photo Tree Faerie

Everyone has to start somewhere. Ever dreamt of putting on gigs, managing an artist, or making a record but you only have skills and knowledge for part of the dream? MusicNSW is here to help.

A new course ‘Welcome to the jungle: Getting started in the music business’ is being presented in Byron Bay.

The peak industry body for contemporary music in NSW, MusicNSW is excited to bring our free workshop series to the Byron shire this Saturday. The Byron Bay workshop will cover topics like recording, marketing, management and more – with three top industry experts on hand.

‘Welcome to the jungle: Getting started in the music business’ will be held at the Brewery in Byron Bay. The event is free and open to all ages and levels. Topics include: When is an artist ready for management?; When to go DIY-style; How should you approach an agent?; and The nitty gritty: agreements, who pays the bills + more.

Panelists for ‘Welcome To The Jungle: Getting Started In The Music Business’ are:

Pat Davern (Grinspoon)

With over 500,000 albums sold in Australia so far, Grinspoon guitarist and songwriter Pat Davern demoed the four-piece’s recent seventh LP Black Rabbits, at Byron’s own Music Farm Studios, which he happens to be co-owner of, alongside good pal Pete Murray.

Chryss Carr (AUM)

Chryss Carr established marketing and PR firm AUM after 20 years in the music biz, following stints at labels Mushroom and Virgin/EMI. Her clients include major festival Bluesfest, events like NT’s National Indigenous Music Awards, and local artists such as Skipping Girl Vinegar.

Hamish Rosser (The Vines, Wolfmother)

Hamish Rosser is best known as sticksman for Australian garage rock saviours The Vines and more recently stoner rock legends Wolfmother. Hamish has toured the world through music; when he’s not behind the kit he also works as a tour manager, taking international bands across Oz.

MusicNSW’s free workshops are designed to give aspiring artists and industry hopefuls access to information and skills by engaging with real-world professionals. Download or stream recordings of recent workshops – on topics like Publicity to Production – at www.musicnsw.com/workshops.

WHEN: 12.30–3pm, Saturday 6 July

WHERE: The Brewery, 1 Skinners Shoot Road, Byron Bay

ENTRY IS FREE – Just RSVP to [email protected]

For more information Ph: (02) 9281 1600 or email: [email protected]


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