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March 18, 2008

Time: 5:30 - 7:00

AIMP NYC Creative Pitch Sessions Part 1

For our March and April meetings, the AIMP will offer to our creative members the unique opportunity to craft a song for a few significant artists currently seeking new material.  To the others, it will be an opportunity to learn how the creative side of the business works.

At our first meeting on March 18th, writers or publishers who wish to submit their work will attend the initial intake meeting to hear music from the artist(s) in question, and receive a creative brief from Richard Stumpf, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Creative from Cherry Lane Music. This meeting will be open to anyone who wishes to attend. The participants will  then submit songs to Richard no later than April 15th, two weeks prior to the second meeting to be held on April 23rd.  Richard and his associates will filter the submissions to a top ten list of songs that would potentially work. The writers of those top ten songs will be the special guests at the second, follow-up session where the A&Rs will critique their submissions.  Both sessions will also be open to others who care to learn about this process.

Confirmed artist looking for material are Anastacia, Kelly Clarkson,
Jessie James and Ty Stone


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Richard Stumpf
Senior Vice President of Marketi

AIMP Panel

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154 Ludlow St
New York, NY 10002

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