Plug In Memphis music expo brings artists and the music industry together.
The Plug In Memphis music expo brings artists and the music industry together.
by J.D. Reager (Printed in the January 20, 2010 issue of the Memphis Flyer)
As the Memphis Music Foundation enters its third year of operations, the not-for-profit organization has slated perhaps its most ambitious programming schedule to date for 2010. That program kicks off Tuesday, January 26th, at Minglewood Hall with the second installment of the foundation’s annual Plug In Memphis: Indie Music Expo.
Plug In Memphis is a free event designed to help connect local musicians to the many music-industry service providers available in the area. It’s an extension of the foundation’s public workspace, the Memphis Music Resource Center. Plug In Memphis is built around three key components: an exhibit hall with 30 to 40 booths representing all types of industry-related businesses, an “Expert’s Lounge” that gives musicians a one-on-one opportunity for networking and career guidance with established industry professionals, and a showcase for emerging independent artists.
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