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April 23, 2008

Time: 5:30 - 7:00

AIMP NYC Pitch Session - Part 2

This meeting is the follow up to the March 18th meeting where Richard Stumpf, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Creative from Cherry Lane Music, reviewed material to demonstrate what the target artists Anastacia, Kelly Clarkson, Jessie James and Ty Stone are looking for, and also provided insight into approaching the project. 

Publisher members should have any of their writers submit appropriate songs.

Participants should now send a separate mp3 file and lyrics for each composition (up to 2 separate submissions per artist) to AIMP@Cherrylane.com 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 list of songs that would potentially work for each artist. The writers of those top songs will be the special guests at this second session where the A&Rs will critique their submissions.  This meeting will be open to anyone who wishes to attend and there is no charge for non-members.

Panelists

Pete Ganbarg
President, Pure Tone Music

David Gray
Director A&R, Mercury/IDJ records

Steve Lunt
VP of A&R Atlantic Records

Moderators

Richard Stumpt
Senior VP of Marketing and Creat

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154 Ludlow Street
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