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New seminar series provides free music business knowledge for Greater Columbia’s independent music artists.

Columbia, SC, September 20, 2016— The City of Columbia Office of Business Opportunities (OBO) has teamed up with Columbia native Kevin Felder (aka recording artist “Big Redd”) on The Indie Ground, a seminar series for independent artists to learn the business side of the music industry. The Indie Ground has assembled the very best in music industry professionals–from label executives, to entertainment attorneys, to media personalities–to help indie artists not only excel as musicians, but also excel as music entrepreneurs.

September’s event— “#NEWRULES: How To Win In Today’s Music Industry”—is a discussion on best strategies for music artists to build their career, make a living, and make an impact. Special guest presenter is world-renowned arranger, composer, and Director of Music Entrepreneurship at The University of South Carolina, David Cutler.

The Indie Ground will be held on Thursday, September 29, 2016 from 6:30pm-8:30pm at SOCO-The Columbia Cowork, 823 Gervais Street in The Vista. There are 60 free registration slots available, and registration is required. Interested music artists and their teams may register and learn more at theindieground.splashthat.com.

About The Indie Ground:

Columbia, S.C.-based The Indie Ground (www.theindieground.com) is a seminar series for independent artists of all genres to learn and master the business side of the music industry. Independent artists who apply the principles taught at The Indie Ground will grow in their professionalism, brand visibility, and overall satisfaction as recording artists. Follow The Indie Ground on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook: IndieGroundSC.

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