You make music, Now what?
This panel covers how the up-and-coming music artist can develop their music as a source of income. Learn about how to get music featured on movies or shows, artist branding and management, and general legal advice to protect your music.
Andrew Regalado is a Chicago-based multi-talented creative specializing in branding, digital marketing, and web design across various industries. When he isn’t attending concerts and crafting music playlists, he is a brand consultant, content creator, graphic/web designer, social media marketer, and much more.
Andrew has consulted, curated, and revamped branding and marketing efforts for small businesses, startups, corporate clients, musicians, and even personal brands.
Melissa Chapman, Founder of Groove Garden, specializes in music supervision and licensing for film, advertising and other media. She has worked on campaigns for Target and Hershey, and cleared songs for Chicago's own "Signature Move," Sundance favorite “Beach Rats,” as well as “Thirst Street,” “The Fits,” “Donald Cried” and more.
Mikhael Bortz, Founder/Managing Partner at Bortz Law Firm, is an entertainment, intellectual property, media and business attorney based out of Chicago and Miami. A former professional musician and songwriter, Mikhael specializes her legal practice in film, music, brand building and licensing, copyright and trademark, and social media. As the General Counsel for internationally renowned pop artist Romero Britto, Mikhael sat across the negotiating table from and closed deals with the likes of Coca-Cola, Disney, Mattel, FIFA, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Sandisk, and many others.
Zenep Husenaj, Artist Manager, is a 15-year music industry veteran specializing in artist, brand and project management. She has worked with an array of clients ranging from legendary icons to new, emerging artists. She also has vast experience in road management, business management, bookings, touring, contract negotiations, production management and promotions. Zenep is also an ambassador to Little Kids Rock, a not-for-profit organization that restores and promotes music education in schools ranging from K-12 grade.
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