The Author of 1, 2, 1,2 A Step By Step Guide To The SA Music Industry will be at BookEx 2010 26-28 November, along with a free workshop, Rambling Bones and Josie Field, in a full programme of events and some surprises.
David Chislett will have a stand at the expo and will also be participating in various discussions and panels. His stand promises to be a slightly different proposition from your usual book expo area. Several well known artists will be doing short accoustic performances and Chislett will be hosting Q&A sessions for audience members with burning questions about the music industry. There will also be a lot of information available about Digital music and various global digital music distribution options.
The music programme for his stand looks like this:
Friday: 26 November 17:00 Rambling Bones
Saturday 27 November 13:00 Dave Berreta Owens
Saturday 27 November 17:00 The Upright Man
Sunday 28 November 15:00 Josie Field
In addition, Chislett will also be presenting a workshop on the Basics of the Music Business in the main arena area on Saturday 27th at 12 noon. This 1 hour workshop will look at what anyone who wants to get going in the business absolutely needs to know. For anyone with aspirations of a career in music, or with kids who love music, this book and workshop are essential must have items!
Chislett will also be a part of the short story panel discussion taking place on Saturday and Sunday at 10am that will be chaired by Sunday Independent journalist and author, Arja Salafranca and featuring other short story writers such as David Medalie and louis Greenberg.
1,2,1,2 A Step By Step Guide To The SA Music Industry will of course be on sale at BookEx and this is a great opportunity to meet the author and get your copy of the book signed, as well as maybe ask some burning questions.
The ideal gift for Xmas for aspirant music stars and pop Idols, 1,2,1,2 A Step By Step Guide To The SA Music Industry is a guide book for those who really want to get ahead in the music industry. Aimed at beginners, it contains enough information to help even established artists make better progress.