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August 14, 2017

Time: 2:00PM-4:30PM

Inside Scoop From Music Sups V3

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This event puts together top music supervisors in TV, Film, Trailers and Ads with Nashville's most successful (independent) music publishers.  Music supervisors will clue the audience in on their current projects and music needs.  

Congrats to showcase peformers:  Edison vs. Tesla Celebrity Death Match (ft. Griffin House and Jeff Trott), Aaron Espe, KS Rhoads and Svrcina

Panelists

John Bissell
Mothlight Music

Sarah Bromberg
Bonfire Collective

Amanda Levine
Platinum Rye

Janet Lopez
Neophonic

Rick Clark
Rick Clark Productions

Moderators

Randall Foster
ole

Mary Kate Melnick
Big Deal Music

AIMP Panel

Place: View Map
Basement East
917 Woodland St
Nashville, TN 37206

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Additional Speaker Information

JOHN BISSELL has been music supervising for 20 plus years, and has worked on dozens of films and television series including, Zero Dark Thirty, The Hurt Locker, The Horse Whisperer, A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas, The Lucky One, No Reservations, Lord of War, Ladder 49, American Wedding, Hearts in Atlantis, Ugly Betty, The Bridge and The Blacklist. Films at the moment include Literally Right Before Aaron and Lowriders.Commercial campaigns have included Cadillac, Nike, Hummer, American Express,Levis, Axe, Chobani and a bevy of ads for Old Navy.

SARAH BROMBERG started her supervision career as Associate Director of music and talent at Creative License where she worked on Walmart, Subaru, Budweiser and handled several Super Bowl commercials. This lead to work in TV and film, including the second season of NBC's Smash, Pitch Perfect 2, The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete, The Affair and more. Most recently Sarah music supervised the film Youth In Oregon starring Billy Crudup and Christina Applegate. The film premiered at the 2016 TriBeCa Film Festival and was released wide by Samuel Goldwyn Films in February 2017. She also joined Stephanie Diaz-Matos as Associate Music Supervisor on The Get Down and recently became an adjunct professor at Loyola University, teaching a new generation the field of music supervision.

AMANDA LEVINE has spent the last decade working her way up to become the Director of Music, IP & Talent Services at Platinum Rye Entertainment, (now part of The Marketing Arm) in the Omnicom Group. She’s become an expert in brainstorming entertainment partnerships and licensing music & intellectual properties for advertising campaigns globally. She’s partnered with many creative agencies and Fortune 500 brands to negotiate music deals, which include projects for AT&T, Procter & Gamble, Amazon, Visa, Coca-Cola, TD Bank, Anthropologie, among others. Most notably, Amanda was a key player in working with Amazon and their creative agencies to launch their first ever Super Bowl commercial in 2016 featuring Alec Baldwin, Missy Elliott, Jason Schwartzman and Dan Marino.

JANET LOPEZ is a Music Supervisor at Neophonic, one of the leading Music Supervision companies in Los Angeles. For the past decade her presence has been central to the business at Neophonic and has collaborated on over 40 films/mini-series/television series and pilots with numerous studios at various budgets for both network and cable distribution As a thriving Music Supervisor Janet has worked with some of the most respected and exciting filmmakers in the industry, including Greg Yaitanes, John Goldwyn, McG, Barbie Adler, Jason Winer, David Mandel, Spike Lee and Mike White. Recent credits include CBS’s Life In Pieces, Cinemax’s Quarry, HBO Films’ The Wizard Of Lies and Discovery’s first venture into scripted television Manhunt:Unabomber.

RICK CLARK grew up immersed in music in his hometown of Memphis, TN, a place where Rock, R&B and Blues was everywhere. Clark regards his first concert, James Brown & His Famous Flames in 1966, as a life-changing event that inspired him to pursue a life in music. In high school, Clark worked in Memphis' main record shop, Poplar Tunes; a place where local artists like Isaac Hayes and Al Green would sometimes hang and played live and in sessions after that, including projects with members of Big Star, Memphis Horns and the seminal Memphis Power Pop scene. After DJ'ing his own radio show at WLYX-FM Memphis, Clark eventually starting a successful business programming music. Eventually, he wrote for numerous national publications, including Billboard, Mix, Rolling Stone, Guitar Player, the All-Music Guide, Goldmine and others. He also authored The Expert's Encyclopedia of Recording and, most recently, the third edition of his book Mixing, Recording and Producing Techniques of the Pros. Over time, Clark began producing and compiling numerous major and indie label CD reissue releases, as well as writing liner notes, on artists ranging from Ricky Nelson, Dave Edmunds and Lynyrd Skynyrd to Leo Kottke, Jean Luc Ponty and Big Star. Clark also began working as a curator, music consultant and independent A&R with clients ranging from museums, magazines to films and major label projects. Meanwhile, Clark's production work in the studio involved projects with Los Super Seven (an amalgam that included Calexico, Lyle Lovett, Delbert McClinton, John Hiatt, Raul Malo, Freddy Fender, Rodney Crowell and others) and work with Death Cab For Cutie, - music for The Band tribute Lost Highway and the hit TV show Weeds. Clark would also produce 26 shows of Marty Stuart's American Odyssey for Sirius/XM radio, direct two videos on Emmylou Harris for Warner DVD-Audio, compose and produce music for IBM's International Globalnet, as well as have his photography featured in gallery shows, record albums and ad campaigns. Beginning in 1997, Clark began work producing, co-compiling and doing all the legal clearance work for what would be the first seven volumes of the award winning Oxford American Magazine music CDs, featuring music ranging from legendary artists like Bob Dylan, Randy Newman and BB King to obscure blues, jazz and Cajun music recordings. In 2012, The Oxford American brought Clark back on to produce their future music issues and CDs, including Lousiana, Texas and the Tennessee music issue which featured a two-CD set. As a Music Supervisor, Clark's credits include working with Jason Reitman on Up In The Air, Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me (a film about the critically acclaimed band Big Star), Billy Bob Thornton's Jayne Mansfield's Car and the AMC episodic Western show Hell On Wheels, where he also produced and created a number of tracks for the show. Currently, he is Music Supervising and creating additional music for the Sundance Channel show Hap And Leonard.

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