THE PRODUCER'S CHAIR
For the past nine years, on the last Thursday of each month, The Producer’s Chair has drawn an...
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For the past nine years, on the last Thursday of each month, The Producer’s Chair has drawn an enthusiastic audience of songwriters, un-signed artists, musicians, publishers, song pluggers, producers & engineers, studio owners, students and music business professionals from all genres who are eager, to meet and learn from, the most celebrated record producers in Nashville.
The Producer’s Chair was designed to give the music community the opportunity to kick-back, have a drink and learn about everything from “tricks of the trade” to the future of our industry and enjoy the wonderful stories and experiences, narrated by the producers about their lives, their careers, their mentors and their relationships with the biggest artists, musicians, songwriters and music execs on the planet.
Attendees are greeted at the door by PC hostesses who make sure first-timers sign the mailing list, hand out door-prize tickets and encourage everyone to drop their song demos and projects into the basket, at the entrance table, for the producer, at the end of the evening.
During the 1-hour talk show, creator/host James Rea and his guest are sitting on stage in front of a very cool recording studio backdrop. There are two assistants on the floor, with cordless microphones, to retrieve questions from the audience during the Q&A segments of the interview and at the end of the show sponsor-donated door prizes ranging from SHURE microphones, studio headsets and software packages, to free studio-time are drawn.
Everyone who attends the show has their photo taken with the producer in a meet-n-greet, after the show, to memorialize the show, in a photo album.
And … Each month, James Rea features his guests in his monthly column “THE PRODUCER’S CHAIR” in SPIKE TV calls The Producer’s Chair… “The best show in Nashville if you want to know how to get a record deal”
CreatedSeptember 30, 2015
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