NAMA Conference

NAMA Conference

Staff Report


The rockIT Music Conference on April 28 at Legacy Blues on Dickson Street will include music professionals from all facets of the music industry including, producers, musicians, social networking and publicity professionals. Among the panelists are:

Charley Burch, a voting and board of governors member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (The Grammys) and an ASCAP writer and publisher, who currently specializes in artist and song development.

Betsie Brown, also a voting and board of governors member of the Grammys, and owner of Blind Raccoon public relations agency.

Andy Green, who was production manager and tour manager for REO Speedwagon for 11 years and was instrumental in producing the first Farm Aid Concert. He is a former vice president and general manager of Warner/TBA in Memphis.

Scott Hoffmann, also a voting member of the Grammys and owner of Hoffmann AV. He is an award-winning audio engineer, writes original scores for radio and TV, is a producer, songwriter and musician.

Bios on other panelists are available on request.

The cost is $30 and includes lunch. Seating is limited. Registration is available online at


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