Saturday December 16th, 2017
Saturday December 16th, 2017
Artists + Industry networking, panel discussions, and artist / label showcase. Artists, industry, and casual music fans interested in working in the music industry are welcome. Music, food trucks, craft beer, art.
Firehouse at Fort Mason
2 Marina Blvd.
San Francisco, CA 94123
(NE corner by the pier next to the Festival Pavilion)
Conference + Panel Discussions: 11am - 6pm PT
Artist Showcase: 7pm - 11pm PT
BUY TICKETS (Showcase Only)
Music: "Numidian" - gP.
Mike Ciprari is the Co-Founder of SJC Custom Drums. SJC was started as a hobby by the Ciprari brothers out of their Grandmother's basement in the year 2000. What they started has become a shared passion for musicians across the world. SJC is endorsed by Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots, Joey Jordinson of Slipknot and Tre Cool of Green Day to name a few of the iconic drummers who grace the stage behind their kits. The pride from all the craftsmen at SJC that goes into each handcrafted build is met with equal quality, proprietary, and road-worthy components. They use only the finest materials and methods to ensure our drums are unparalleled in quality. With seemingly endless ways to customize them, you can truly design your drums to be an extension of your personality!
Fred Croshal, a music industry veteran with over 40 years of experience, became the founder and CEO of Croshal Entertainment Group (CEG) in 2003. CEG provides a unique combination of management, marketing, and consulting services for a list of high profile clients. After holding executive positions at CBS Records, Sony Music Distribution, and Columbia Records, Croshal was hired by Madonna to join Maverick Recording Company in 1996. In 2000, he became General Manager of the label and nurtured artists like Alanis Morissette, The Deftones and Michelle Branch. Croshal has spearheaded numerous Billboard Top 200 releases, and has topped Billboard charts 3 times in 2017 with albums from TLC and Herb Alpert. He was recently named one of Billboard’s 2017 Power Players.
James Mormile is a former A&R at Interscope Records who helped sign One Republic and catapult their debut album
Dreaming Out Loud to multi-platinum success. The album was released on November 20, 2007 by Interscope Records. The album was released after the success of a remix version of the lead single "Apologize", which was produced by Timbaland. The song reached number one in many countries, while it peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Mormile also managed artists including The Kin and Anna de Ferran. Mormile still keeps a pusle on music working on country and soul artist Camino's debut album alongside brother DJ Mormile (VP A&R, Columbia Records, Manager Rae Sremmurd, Mike WiLL Made It). Mormile is also on the Board of Directors for MondoTunes and is an investor and Director of Talent Relations for the ProFight League.
Zach Yoshioka is the Co-Founder of Powerline Management who represents artists including Escape The Fate, Ben Bruce of Asking Alexandria, From First, To Last, The Dead Rabbitts and more. K&Z Entertainment is one of the premier talent buyers and concert and event promoters in Arizona.
Ron Reeser - Music Producer, Recording Artist, Remix Artist for Ultra | Sony Music and Columbia Records. He is also a Partner and the A&R Chief Executive Officer at Jetset Music Group, responsible for talent scouting and overseeing the artistic development of recording artists. Digital music negotiations, Manage Music Licensing and label strategies.
Jeremie Habib is the Co-Founder | CEO of Gigwell, which is a cloud-based live entertainment booking management software based in San Francisco, CA and used by talent buyers and booking agencies throughout the world including Diplomats of Sound, Cadenza Artists and Cinder Entertainment. He is also a DJ and an investor in music venues Audio SF and Bergerac.