Meet the MusicWorks Panelists - DIY Series: Planning a Successful Album Release

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David Landreth, The Bros. Landreth

Meet David Landreth from The Bros. Landreth, who'll be joining us this Wednesday, December 3 for our Planning a Successful Album Release DIY Series event.

About David Landreth 
When not riding bicycles with his fiancée, or watching cute cat videos on the internet, Dave can be found writing e-mails for and occasionally “slappin’ da bass” with Winnipeg’s The Bros. Landreth. Self-professed perfectionist and reluctantly acknowledged part-time tyrant, Dave has assumed the brunt of the band’s management from their inception to date while still maintaining some semblance of a sense of humour. As a libra, he strives for balance in all things, as a musician, he really finds it.

“The first and most important decision I’ve made in my musical career to date was to start a band with my brother. The second, which came hours later, was to walk over to Manitoba Music and throw my hands in there and scream 'HELP!!'. From macro to the minutiae, they have helped us navigate all the twists and turns of the music biz. Their market development program has been an invaluable tool in helping us connect with industry partners domestically and internationally. I am very happy to blame them for a serious portion of any success our band has or will encounter. They are truly the bees knees.” - David Landreth, The Bros. Landreth

About the Workshop 
With the growth of digital and social media, and marketing choices, indie artists and companies have more resources than ever before at their disposal to shape their own business. This session brings together all the building blocks from the entire The DIY Series, and will help you understand the tools necessary to plan and promote a successful album launch.

To register or for more info, please contact:

Roland Deschambault, Training Coordinator
Manitoba Music
P: 204.975.5188

MusicWorks is made possible by the generous support of the Province of Manitoba through Industry Services of Manitoba Jobs and the Economy; the Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings (FACTOR) through the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage (Canada Music Fund) and of Canada's Private Radio Broadcasters; The Jim Pattison Broadcast Group; and The SOCAN Foundation.

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