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Thursday, May 14 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
The Rules of the Road: An Examination of the Current State of Touring

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As the record business has faced incredible challenges, the live sector has become increasingly vital for artists in all musical genres, with tie-ins involving movies, TV, sponsors, and other brand partnerships. We will examine recent contracts, assess the various income streams, and discuss how the various involved parties interact, as their interests align or differ.

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Judy Tint

Counselor-at-Law
Judy Tint has over 25 years of experience as an attorney, consultant and producer in the entertainment industry. A graduate of Rutgers College and Columbia Law School, Tint represents a variety of recording artists, songwriters, producers, engineers, managers, radio personalities, independent labels and others, from unknowns to icons. She is an Adjunct Professor in the NYU Music Business Department, serves on the Board of Governors of The... Read More →

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Nick Ferrara

Partner, Serling Rooks Ferrara McKoy & Worob
Since his undergraduate days at New York University in the early 1980s, Nicholas Ferrara has been involved in the music industry. He credits NYU classmate Jason Flom (founder of Lava Records and former CEO of Atlantic Records) with giving him his start in the music business. During a 1983 West Coast trip, Ferrara discovered an independent EP by the band RATT. Shortly thereafter, he facilitated the signing of the band by Atlantic’s President... Read More →
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Hillel Frankel

Partner, Leavens, Strand & Glover, LLC
Hillel Frankel is a Partner at Leavens, Strand & Glover, LLC (LSG), and currently runs LSG’s Nashville office on Music Row. He represents producers and artists including Nashville-based producer and Big Yellow Dog writer Chris Gelbuda (Meghan Trainor’s “Love You Like I’m Gonna Loose You” with John Legend), Americana producer Jimmy Sutton (JD McPherson and Pokey LaFarge), as well as LA-based Pop and R&B producer and Sony /ATV writer... Read More →
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Tom Rashford

Rashford Kruse & Associates
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John Strohm

Sr. Counsel, Loeb & Loeb
John Strohm is an entertainment and intellectual property attorney in the Nashville office of Loeb & Loeb, LLP. His practice focuses on the representation of musicians, songwriters, producers, music publishers, record labels, and entertainment-focused technology companies. Strohm counts several Grammy winners among his clients. He has recently taught classes in Entertainment Law as an adjunct professor at the University of Alabama School of... Read More →
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Don VanCleave

Business Development, Flo | Thinkery/Made In Network
Don VanCleave left the industrial engineering business in Dallas in 1988 to open Magic Platter CD in Birmingham, AL. For 14 years, Magic Platter (and Birmingham) became known as a national starting point for many acts. Magic Platter received NARM’s Small Retailer of the Year in 1998 and 1999. In 1995, VanCleave was a founding member of The Coalition of Independent Music Stores (CIMS) and served as its President until 2008. CIMS, now in... Read More →



Thursday May 14, 2015 3:30pm - 4:45pm
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