Online performance 5th September 2020 with AAASeminar

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I have been confirmed for the artist line up for our next #AccessAllAreas event!

This all female also has an all female line up of performances at the “Women In Music: Sexism & Racism In the UK Industry” event on Saturday September 5th has 3 amazing DIY UK artists performing!

Hosted by AAA resident DJ Longers, the #LockdownLive showcase features performances from myself Adelaide Mackenzie, Pritt and Tileyard Impact alumni Esther Durin come together to tear down the Tileyard stage!

Don’t miss the performances from us talented females and pick up your FREE tickets via this link: https://bit.ly/31KQJ4V

 

About this Event from the organisers

Firstly on behalf of the USM Media Group and Access All Areas team we hope that this message finds you, your family, friends and co-workers well during these exceptional times. Please stay safe and follow the government and NHS guidelines and we will get through this together. We hope to see you all again at future events but in the meantime, we have teamed up with our partners at Tileyard Impact to launch a series of FREE monthly online webinars to help educate and navigate talent, managers and industry executives through the COVID-19 pandemic. Please find more info on our new free event series below:

ACCESS ALL AREAS: Impact is a new up close and personal music seminar, industry networking event and artist showcase that aims to be your “Triple-A Pass To The Music Industry”. This unique webinar event series will be brought to you virtually throughout the lockdown period, continues on Saturday, September 5th in conjunction with our partner, Tileyard Impact and our media partner, Trace TV FREE of charge!

ACCESS ALL AREAS: Impact announces their “Women In Music: Sexism & Racism in the Music Industry” panel and it’s an all female with 4 panellists and 3 artist performances! This 3 hour special will be moderated by DJ/Producer and Radio Host, Ras Kwame from Capital Xtra and Orange Hill Productions. Top industry executives from across music business will be taking part in a frank discussion and debate surrounding the issues of race and gender in the UK music industry. We will hear our panels experiences with being a woman of colour in the British music business. The panel discuss whether the British music industry can finally address the issues with sexism and racism, highlight the intersection of racism and sexism with female artists and executives, and we will highlight the reasons why diversity is important to the country’s music industry as one of the UK’s biggest exports as well as looking towards the solutions.

Our formidable panel of industry execs we have assembled covers the full spectrum of the industry and includes the Owner of Twenty:Two Agency and member of The Black Music Coalition; Whitney Asomani, BBC Merseyside Radio Host and Owner of iWomen Media, Ngunan Adamu; Lauren Powell Marketing Manager at Dream Life / Sony and former BBC Radio & Beats 1 Radio producer Dellessa James who will be joining Amazon Music late September as their Black Music Artist Relations Manager.

But that’s not all, the networking sections of the event have been extended by popular demand and will be hosted by one of the UK’s hottest club DJ’s; DJ Longers with our #LockdownLive showcase with exclusive live performances from DIY artists Adelaide McKenzie, Pritt and we welcome back Tileyard Impact alumni Esther Durin in an all female line up!

So on September 5th, come and hear from some of the biggest names in the game at ACCESS ALL AREAS: Impact so whether you’re an artist, producer, DJ, manager, budding music exec or maybe you just want to connect with more of your industry peers this is a music webinar for the next generation of the music business. This event will guarantee to be a sell-out, so make sure you pick up your FREE tickets on sale now from Eventbrite UK.

• Running Order:

3-315pm: Networking Session & live DJ set hosted by DJ Longers

315-330pm: #LockdownLive performance by Adelaide Mackenzie

330-415pm: “Women In Music: Sexism & Racism in the Music Industry” Panel

415-430pm: Audience Questions

430-445pm: #LockdownLive performance by Pritt

445-515pm: “Women In Music: Sexism & Racism in the Music Industry” Panel

515-530pm: Audience Questions

530-545pm: #LockdownLive performance by Esther Durin

545-6pm: Networking Session & live DJ hosted by DJ Longers

• Moderator: Ras Kwame (Capital Xtra / Orange Hill Productions)

• Panellist’s:

Ngunan Adamu, BBC Merseyside Radio Broadcaster and Owner of iWomen Media

Whitney Asomani, Owner of Twenty:Two Agency and member of Black Music Coalition

Lauren Powell, Marketing Manager at Dream Life / Sony Music

Dellessa James, Former BBC & Beats 1 radio producer and new Artist Relations Manager at Amazon Music UK

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