Music Marketing Meetup: Music Licensing: Loch Lomond at Doug Fir Lounge

Doug Fir Lounge830 E Burnside St. PortlandOR97214

Sunday, April 30, 2017 - 1pm show
all ages
In an effort to establish an educational conversation amongst musicians, Vortex, MOGO Music Festival and J-Fell Presents are hosting a panel on music licensing featuring local pros including songwriter Ritchie Young of Loch Lomond, music supervisor Kat Olsen of Marmoset, and entertainment lawyer Peter Vaughan Shaver of Sound Advice. Moderated by Jason Fellman of J-Fell, the conversation will provide insight and expertise into how to license music from the musician, agency and legal perspectives. The event is all ages, free and runs from 1 to 4pm. Plus, you'll also be able to score copies of Vortex's newest mag! RSVP using the Get Tickets link below.

Want to school yourself before the meetup?

Vortex, J-Fell Presents and MOGO Music Festival have organized several past music marketing meetups and here are some tips from those panels on:

▶ How to turn your concert into an experience
▶ How to sell out your next show
▶ Why you should not go dark on social media between shows
How to book gigs
Record labels 101
How to get press: Listen below to get more advice on dealing with the media and publicists

Have questions for our panel that you'd like answered? Featuring singer-songwriter Ritchie Young of Loch Lomond, senior music supervisor Kat Olsen of Marmoset, and entertainment lawyer Peter Vaughan Shaver of Sound Advice, feel free to leave our panelists questions in the comments below or on our Facebook event page.

Plus, Ritchie Young (whose music you can hear leading off the Red Bull clip below, a vid that's racked up almost 40 million views) and Kat Olsen will also join The Future of What for a round-table discussion in advance of the panel, which you can hear on on Friday, April 21 at 1pm at 107.1 FM and 91.1 FM—or subscribe on iTunes.

See you on Sunday, April 30 at the Doug Fir!

Lead photo by Brent Angelo Photography

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