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January 12, 2005

Time: 5:30 - 7:00PM

A&R: The Record Company Perspective

You?ve heard the story. The business is in turmoil. Hits are hard to come by. Rosters are being trimmed daily. Has there been a drastic change in the creative process of putting a record together in light of the problems of the industry? What defines A&R at a record company (and of the process of putting a record together for that matter) and how do publishers and other creative folks play a role in that process?

Join us in January as a panel of divergent speakers relate the current day ?real life? process of A&R for artists and recordings. Many perspectives will be covered including those from within the record company and from creative people outside the record company that have a major impact on that process.

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Panelists

Leigh Lust
Vice President, Elektra Records

Chuck Gamble
Executive Vice President, Philly International Records/Gamble-Huff Music

Randy Sabiston
Music Industry Consultant formerly with Warner/Chappell Music

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Broadway @ 63rd St., NY 10021

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