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April 28, 2010

Time: 5:30 - 7:00

NYC Pitch Session - Part 2

For our March and April meetings, the AIMP is again offering to our creative members the unique opportunity to craft a song for a few significant artists currently seeking new material.  To the others, it is an opportunity to learn how the creative side of the business works.  Both sessions will take place at The Living Room in NYC from 5:30 - 7pm.

At our first meeting held on March 24th, we heard music from the artists in question, and received a creative brief from Richard Stumpf, Senior Vice President of Creative and Marketing from Cherry Lane Music. Additionally, Creatives from publishers gave their insight into the cuts process.  The participants have until April 14th to submit songs to Richard at AIMP@Cherrylane.com, two weeks prior to the second meeting to be held on April 28th.  Richard and his associates will filter the submissions to a top list of songs that would potentially work. The writers of those top songs will be the special guests at the second, follow-up session where the A&Rs will critique their submissions.  This second session will be open to others who care to learn about this process.

Confirmed artists looking for material and panelists are:

David Cook (RCA) - David Wolter (A&R)

Shanna Crooks (Atlantic) - Jeff Levin (A&R)

Jessie James (Mercury) - Daniel Werner (A&R)


see above


Richard Stumpf
SVP, A&R, Cherry Lane Music

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The Living Room
154 Ludlow Street (at Stanton)
New York, NY 10002

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