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Secrets to touring the world as a musician

“In the Mix: Music Industry Exchanges” is a monthly series connecting musicians and College of Charleston students to industry leaders with intimate conversations about success and experience in the music industry, moderated by Mark Bryan. In the MixThe March 31 session, “On the Road,” invites a national and local panel made up of Jerrod Wilkins (manager of Duncan Sheik and NY Dolls), Dolph Ramseur (manager of Avett Brothers and Carolina Chocolate Drops), and Eric Bass (bass player of Shinedown) to discuss what it takes for a musician to have a successful touring career. The April 21 session, "Music Gone Viral," features Luke Lewis (former CEO of Universal Music Group and founder of Lost Highway Records), Mike Doernberg (CEO and co-founder of ReverbNation) and John Simson (former executive director of SoundExchange). Presented by the Arts Management Program in the College of Charleston School of the Arts and sponsored by Borboleta Audio Mastering, the FREE series takes place Mondays, once a month, at 6:30 p.m. The series began in January and continues through April on the College’s campus at the Simons Center for the Arts, 54 Saint Philip St. Very limited seating is made available to CofC students and musicians and music business professionals ONLY. You must RSVP to IntheMixCharleston@gmail.com. For more information, visit BorboletaAudio.com, Facebook/BorboletaAudioMastering or call (843) 724-0777. Via: Borboleta Audio Mastering

In the Mix: Music Industry Exchanges

Charleston, South Carolina, is becoming a hot spot for local and national musicians to make music. To help foster this growth, “In the Mix: Music Industry Exchanges” is being presented as a monthly series connecting musicians and College of Charleston students to industry leaders. The series, moderated by Mark Bryan of Hootie & the Blowfish, features intimate conversations about success and experience in the music business. Guests Darius Rucker and Cary Ann Hearst will kick off the series Jan. 27 with a discussion about songwriting. Presented by the Arts Management Program in the College of Charleston School of the Arts and sponsored by Borboleta Audio Mastering, this free series takes place Mondays, once a month, at 6:30 p.m., January through April in Room 309 of the Simons Center for the Arts, 54 Saint Philip St., on the college's campus. There is limited seating so an RSVP to InTheMixCharleston@gmail.com is required. For more information, visit Borboleta Audio's website, call (843) 724-0777. Via: Borboleta Audio Mastering