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Former drummer for Nine Inch Nails, Public Image Ltd., Ministry and more, Martin Atkins will present a candid, one-night-only talk about how to build a career in the music industry. The event is hosted by Brown Paper Tickets to help independent musicians succeed.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 14, 2014
A colorful, entertaining speaker, author, music industry entrepreneur and legendary post-punk drummer, best known for his work with Public Image Ltd., Ministry, Nine Inch Nails and more, Martin Atkins will present his candid, one-of-a-kind talk on how to build a career in the music industry, July 23 at Ballards Tractor Tavern. A featured speaker at SXSW and music conferences around the world, this rare Seattle appearance is hosted by the Brown Paper Tickets Doer Program as part of the Not-Just-For-Profit ticketing companys mission to help independent musicians succeed. Admission includes the lecture, a free digital download of Atkins book, Welcome to the Music Business: Youre F**ked!, and live performances from three of Seattle's top independent bands, The Bad Things, Gigantor (featuring Lynval Golding of UK ska legends The Specials) and Spiderface. Tickets are $10 at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/771008 or by calling Brown Paper Tickets 24/7 event concierges at 1-800-838-3006.
Atkins will share everything that anyone in a band needs to know to succeed in the music business, honed from almost two decades of performing, touring and recording. Topics range from starting and naming a new band to recording, packaging, social media, local scenes, event management and more. Atkins is the author of Tour:Smart. The prequel, Band:Smart, is a new book that will be available in 2014.
Brown Paper Tickets Doer Program offers free assistance and expertise to build healthy communities across the globe. Atkins will be introduced by Billy Geoghegan, the company's Doer specializing in the independent music industry. Geoghegan is a professional change-maker, doing what it takes to make a positive impact in that community. He draws from decades of experience as an artist, booking agent, tour manager and small-label owner to help artists, labels and venues with copyright, publishing, booking, etc., free of charge. Geoghegan's latest project, Lunch Money, scheduled to launch in summer 2014, will empower teens to create their own music labels.
For more information about the Doer Program, including profiles on Doers specializing in music, public media, the maker community and roller derby, go to http://community.brownpapertickets.com/Doers/.
EDITORS NOTE: High-resolution photos and interviews may be available. If youd like to review this event or to interview Martin Atkins or Billy Geoghegan, call Barb Morgen, Brown Paper Tickets, at 206-883-9093.
About Brown Paper Tickets (http://www.brownpapertickets.com): Brown Paper Tickets is a socially conscious global leader in online ticketing and event registration services, helping people in 68 countries plan, promote and sell out events. As a social innovator, the company donates 5 percent of profits to charity with every ticket sold, supports a team of full-time community advocates, called Doers, and still charges the lowest fee for ticketing and services in the event industry. To learn more about the worlds only Not-Just-For-Profit ticketing company, visit http://community.brownpapertickets.com/press/.
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