In Partnership With Edge Hill University BA Hons Music Production

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17:15 - 1800

The notion of revolution is often associated with key milestones throughout the development of rock n roll (The British Invasion, the rise of black music culture, punk, acid house, grime).

The Revolution will be Televised panel brings together Danny Fields (Ramones/Iggy and the Stooges), Nathan McGough (White Lines/Happy Mondays), Seymour Stein (Sire Records), Sarah Brooksbank (Fat White Family/Bat for Lashes) to discuss the macro environmental and economic factors happening at the time that led to these musical upheavals and the formation of some of the worlds most influential acts.

 

Dave Haslam DJ/Author

Sarah Brooksbank Manager of Bat For Lashes, Fat White Family, The Moonlandingz and Baba Naga.

Danny Fields Publicity Director of Elektra Records, artists’ manager (Lou Reed [for two weeks], Iggy

Pop, the Ramones).

Nathan McGough Manager of The Happy Mondays.

Seymour Stein Co-founder of Sire Records and VP of Warner Bros.

 

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