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BBC Music Introducing LIVE starts today 31st October

Whatever your stage in the music industry, discover your next step at BBC Music Introducing LIVE 2019. As well as a rich and varied programme of panels, ‘in conversation’ chats, debates, advice and more from top industry names; attendees are invited to get involved with a range of practical opportunities including Songwriting Masterclasses, Industry Networking Sessions, and direct input A&R Feedback Sessions. BBC Music Introducing LIVE is the ultimate one-stop-shop for anyone looking for a career in the music industry, or those wanting to take their knowledge to the next level.

DAY TIME – sessions, panels, masterclasses, live music, live broadcast, networking, 1-1 feedback, street food & bars, surprise performances, open mic, internships & apprenticeships, must-knows for artists

Across the three days – a whole host of major artists, BBC DJs and producers, plus keynote speakers including top names from record labels, brands and streaming services will gather to offer experientials, insider knowledge and guidance, helping the next generation of artists find their inspiration.

INCLUDING

EMILY EAVIS, NILE RODGERS, JAMES BAY, JAKE BUGG, EMILY EAVIS, GEORGIA, EASY LIFE, GABRIELLE APLIN, CELESTE, THE AMAZONS, JASON WILLIAMSON (SLEAFORD MODS), LAURIE VINCENT (SLAVES), JAMIE CULLUM, NAO, EATS EVERYTHING, THE BIG MOON, JUMPIN JACK FROST, CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN & more to be announced

Broadcasting live and appearing across panels throughout the three days will be will be some of radio’s very best including TREVOR NELSON, PETE TONG, DERMOT O’LEARY, ANNIE MAC, JO WHILEY, DANNY HOWARD, DJ TARGET, MARY ANNE HOBBS, STEVE LAMACQ, GILLES PETERSON, HUW STEPHENS, PHIL TAGGART, JAMIE CULLUM, TOM ROBINSON & BOBBY FRICTION.

Abbey Road Studios, Arts Council England, Beggars Group, BPI, DJ Mag, Help Musicians UK, The Ivors Academy, Mayor of London, Music Managers Forum, MTV, Music Week, PPL, PRS For Music, PRS Foundation, Sentric Music, Spotify, Transgressive Records, Universal Music UK, Warner Records and many more will be on hand to share their music industry insider knowledge on topics such as entry level employment schemes & much more.

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