Friday, August 22, 2014
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Show Me The Money

There's a music industry seminar called Show Me The Money being held at the MarBar in West Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon, aiming to help anyone's interested in getting their head around what it takes to make a living in a business that's been turned upside down in the last decade. Luminaries such as original gangsta rapper Schoolly D (that's him), Marc Brownstein of the Disco Biscuits, Philadelphia rapper Freeway, producer Prince Paul, Geoff Gordon of Live Nation, R5 Productions promoter Sean Agnew, WXPN program director Dan Reed and former Inquirer music critic Tom Moon will be on hand. The event starts at 2, and $20 gets you lots of brilliant advice, plus performances by Toy Soldiers, Kuf Knotz and Lady, plus tacos. More info here.

Show Me The Money

There's a music industry seminar called Show Me The Money being held at the MarBar in West Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon, aiming to help anyone's interested in getting their head around what it takes to make a living in a business that's been turned upside down in the last decade. Luminaries such as original gangsta rapper Schoolly D (that's him), Marc Brownstein of the Disco Biscuits, Philadelphia rapper Freeway, producer Prince Paul, Geoff Gordon of Live Nation, R5 Productions promoter Sean Agnew, WXPN program director Dan Reed and former Inquirer music critic Tom Moon will be on hand. The event starts at 2, and $20 gets you lots of brilliant advice, plus performances by Toy Soldiers, Kuf Knotz and Lady, plus tacos. More info here.    

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