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Thursday, September 29 • 8:30am - 9:30am
Getting Cuts & Getting Paid (Publishing 201)

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Sherrill Blackman and his team are back to go deeper into what you need to know about doing your own publishing, with tips on how to get your songs to the folks you’d like to hear them and what happens when those tunes are cut.

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Sherrill Blackman

Blackman, a Dudley, N.C., native, arrived in Nashville in 1980 and graduated from Belmont University with a Music Business degree in 1982. He worked a number of industry jobs until 1994, when he founded his sdb music group, a publishing and songplugging company. Since that time, he has secured recordings in Country, Pop, Rock, Gospel, Bluegrass, Blues, Jazz and Polka, resulting in various radio hits as well as Gold, Platinum and Multi-Platinum... Read More →

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Thomm Jutz

Thomm Jutz is a prolific songwriter, whose songs have been recorded by artists like Kim Richey, Nanci Griffith, Irene Kelley, Terry Baucom, Junior Sisk, Balsam Range, Kenny&Amanda Smith and many more. Jutz has produced albums for Nanci Griffith, Country Music Hall Of Fame member Mac Wiseman, Otis Gibbs, Jason Ringenberg and numerous other independent artists from the US and Europe. His compositions have been used in several movies and TV series... Read More →
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Irene Kelley

Showcase Artist, Irene Kelley
Latrobe, Pa., native Irene Kelley discovered her flair for songwriting as a teenager and soon found her way to Nashville, Tenn., where her songs were quickly noticed and recorded by Carl Jackson, Ricky Skaggs and Sharon White. While recording an album for MCA and independently releasing two more records while touring world wide, Irene raised two daughters and scored cuts with Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Loretta Lynn, Pat Green, Brother Phelps... Read More →
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Milan Miller

Multi-instrumentalist Milan Miller may joke that he first moved to Nashville because he “heard they were running out of guitar players,” but with light speed picking and his trusty tenor voice, Miller quickly became a first call sideman and collaborator. Traveling the world, he has made appearances at venues ranging from Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater to Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, California, and from the Grand Ole Opry... Read More →
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Shane Thompson

Shane Thompson, a 25-year veteran of the Music Industry, started his career as an artist with a four-year stint as the youngest member of the world-famous Renfro Valley Barn Dance. In 1998, Shane made the move to Nashville and was signed as a staff writer, later becoming Creative Director for Music Mill Entertainment, securing several cuts both as a writer and song plugger. In December 2015, Shane moved to his current role as Creative Director... Read More →

Thursday September 29, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Raleigh Convention Center Room 306 C

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