Appearance: May 11, 2019 – 3:25 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. | Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Toronto (ON), April 25, 2019 – Joe Solo, multi-platinum record producer and CEO of Joe Solo Music+Entertainment, Inc. and founder of the Music Success Workshop, will appear at the 37th Annual Canadian Music Week in Toronto. Canada’s largest & longest running new music festival and conference will host a special session called “Ask Me Anything: Music Success Q&A with Record Producer Joe Solo” on Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 3:25 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. in the Osgoode Ballroom West at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, 123 Queen Street West in Toronto, Canada.
Based in Los Angeles, Solo celebrates over 25 years as the record producer who discovered and developed Grammy-winner Macy Gray (over 26 million records sold), and holds other credits with Michael Jackson, Fergie, will.i.am, Quincy Jones, Universal, Sony, Apple, and many major record labels.
Canadian Music Week attendees will get answers to their most burning questions about how to break through in the music industry. Solo will reveal vital insider insights gleaned from his 27+ years in music.
To help show the importance of working with a seasoned producer and how it advances the artist’s readiness for major labels and publishers, attendees will hear actual song transformations produced by Solo. These “Before & Afters” allow the audience to hear the original song demo that was brought to Solo to produce as well as the final masters.
In addition, Solo will perform a professional analysis of an audience member’s song – live or on a thumb drive – so everyone present can gain perspective on how a song’s presentation can be improved for both deeper industry penetration and universal fanbase building.
Attendees can expect Solo’s sessions to be motivating, funny, and very informative. They will get valuable advice for their music career that they can put into action that very night.
Lastly, Solo will introduce the launch and pre-sale of “Make It BIG in a Box” which includes all the videos, tips, strategies, interviews, and inside information needed to maximize one’s chances of having a successful career in the music industry. Those who pre-order will get a free consultation with a Joe Solo music executive, or even Solo himself.
With Make It BIG in a Box, Solo motivates and inspires musicians while shaving off years of experimentation by revealing deep-insider information that could only be rendered by someone who has actually done it. “Until now, you could only know this stuff if you’ve actually lived it from inside the industry,” says Solo.
Make It BIG in a Box typically costs $1997, and will be offered to early registrants for a limited-time low price of $948 which can be paid in full or in 12 monthly installments of $79 using promo code JOESOLOBOX2019 at joesolo.com.
For more information, please contact:
Chandra Lynn – Glow Marketing LLC
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About Joe Solo
Joe Solo is the record producer who developed Grammy-artist Macy Gray (26 million units sold). He is also the CEO of Joe Solo Music+Entertainment Inc. and founder of the Music Success Workshop. This is where he coaches and inspires thousands of emerging musicians, songwriters, composers, artists, bands, DJs, and rising industry executives on how to make it big in the music industry. He does this with his popular Music Success Workshop, Malibu Beach House Music Success Retreats, free Music Success Video Nugget Series, weekly tip-sheet emails, and numerous music industry speaking engagements. Currently, Solo is launching Make It BIG in a Box, writing a book on how to break through in music, and pitching a TV show about grooming new artists for the big time while making the actual record.
About Canadian Music Week
Now in its 37th year, Canadian Music Week (Jointly Presented by San Rafael ’71 & Amsterdam Brewery) is Canada’s leading annual entertainment event dedicated to the expression and growth of the country’s music, media and entertainment industries. Combining multifaceted information-intensive conferences; a trade exposition; awards shows and the nation’s largest new music festival which spans 7 nights of performances (May 6 – 12), over 600 showcasing bands at more than 40 live music venues in downtown Toronto. All conference functions take place at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, 123 Queen Street W. Toronto (May 9 – 11).
For Canadian Music Week information, please contact:
Kayley Szanto – Communications Manager
T: 905-858-4747 X109 E: email@example.com