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Panel Discussion A Success at Stony Brook University

Panel Discussion A Success at Stony Brook University

April 27, 2016

(April 20, 2016 – Melville, NY)  This afternoon, The Long Island Music Hall of Fame (LIMHoF) was proud to present the second session of its 2016 speakers series, t at Stony Brook University, entitled “The Long Island Music Seen”.

Jim Faith (President, J. Faith Entertainment and Producer of Great South Bay Music Festival and Founding Member of the Long Island Music Hall of Fame), Dan Welsch (C0-Owner/Founder of 89 North Music Venue), Joe Rock (WBAB On-Air Radio Personality), David Baram (Baram & Kaiser Attorneys at Law), Dave March (Bassist, Miles to Dayton), Andy Falco (Guitarist, The Infamous Stringdusters) and the session was moderated by Norman Prusslin (Founding Member of the LI Music Hall of Fame and Stony Brook Professor)

To a full classroom of students, music aficionados and established performers, the panelists shared their approach in how to take the next steps toward a career in music. Topics ranged from how to take your music and really make it your own through copyright and promotion, what to expect and prepare for when seeking a gig at a local venue, how best to present yourself to your fans and the music community and so much more.

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The 2016 LI Music Hall of Fame Speakers Series is sponsored by the D’Addario Foundation.

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