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April 28, 2011

2011 ASCAP I Create Music EXPO

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You have the music. You have the ambition.
Now you have a place you can go to further your career.

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The iStandard Producer and Rapper Showcase will be accepting submissions through April 14. Producers may submit tracks and rappers may submit videos of their live performances for the chance to be played/perform at the showcase on Thursday, April 28.
Details about the Attendee Showcase, including how to submit to be considered to perform at this exciting EXPO event, will be announced soon. Don’t miss your shot at the EXPO’s main opportunity to perform live in front of your peers!

More Great Panelists Confirmed! Led by legendary songwriter, producer and artist Lindsey Buckingham, who give a rare interview, the list of panelists for the 2011 ASCAP EXPO also includes Ryan Tedder (OneRepublic), John Rzeznik (Goo Goo Dolls), Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, Desmond Child, Rodney Crowell, Jermaine Dupri,  Josh Kear, No I.D., Melanie Fiona, Marcus Miller, Mike Elizondo, Ron Jones, The Smeezingtons' Ari Levine, Matt Squire, Don Passman, Esq., Noah "40" Shebib, and Kelly Price as well as unique sessions with Bernie Worrell & Vernon Reid, Marco Beltrami & Wes Craven, Rufus Wainwright & Van Dyke Parks, and more!

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