San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Presented in partnership with Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts
Registration and networking starts at 6:30.
Seminar takes place in the AT&T meeting room at The Long Center.
Content on Oct 16 will include:
Personal management agreements.
Band Business Nuts and Bolts will include woking with performance venues and how to settle shows.
Brian Stovall, Assistant Director of Texas Performing Arts and Entertainment and Logistics Consultant, on how to settle a show.
Beginning his music industry career in San Diego with Universal Concerts, Brian Stovall continued his career managing concerts and events in Denver, Dallas, Ft. Lauderdale, Las Vegas, and Austin ranging in size from 500 to 50,000 attendees. Brian’s diverse events experience includes live production for a USO tour through Iraq/UAE/Dubai/North Africa, BB King’s Blues Fest, 101X Fest on Auditorium Shores, SXSW, and a Los Lonely Boys DVD shoot, among others.
In 2003 Brian co-founded Gameplan Marketing and Events, which he sold to his partners in 2004 to accept a position as the Director of Operations for the House of Blues/Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Brian returned to his roots in 2008 to assume the position of Manager of Operations and Special Events for Texas Performing Arts at The University of Texas.
Ethics Bonus for those obtaining CLE credit:
Representing bands v. individual members.
Representing songwriting teams and other joint clients.
Legal responsibility in the legal clinic environment.
This seminar has been certified for 2.25 hours CLE credit, including .50 hours of ethics, by the State Bar of Texas.
For more information go to talarts.org.
Register for the other sessions in the series
Songs & Recordings: Who Owns What and How the Money Flows
Getting Paid for Your Work: Artists Agreements, Songwriters and Licensing
Music Clearances for Tech Startups and Artist Rights
When & Where
Austin Creative Alliance
Our mission is to advance, connect, and advocate for Austin’s arts, cultural, and creative communities in order to strengthen and protect the character, quality of life, and economic prosperity of our region.
Austin Creative Alliance (ACA) presently provides the following critical services to arts and cultural organizations and individuals representing a wide diversity in age, ethnic, and economic constituents:
• Public Policy and Civic Engagement, Outreach and Advocacy
• Education, Capacity Building, and Professional Development
• Resources, Technical Services, and Tools
• Community Building and Connecting Creative Industries, Promotion and Marketing