Hermione Way, of The Next Web, seeks answers for the biggest problems facing the music industry
So entertaining! We just love SF Intercom’s eye pleasing rendition of a fascinating discussion between crowd favorites Jack Conte (Pomplamoose), J Sider (BandPage), Zoe Keating (cellist), and Lincoln Parish (Cage The Elephant) at SF MusicTech.
The SF MusicTech Summit brings together visionaries in the evolving music/business/technology ecosystem, along with the best and brightest developers, entrepreneurs, investors, service providers, journalists, musicians, and organizations who work with them at the convergence of culture and commerce. We meet to do business and discuss, in a proactive, conducive to dealmaking environment.
Stefan Aronsen of SF Intercom is no stranger to the SF MusicTech Summit. SF Intercom is an excellent resource for bands looking to make it in the modern music industry, and Stefan has featured previous Summits on the site in awesomely creative ways. We can’t wait to see how he captures Summit XI!
The SF MusicTech Summit represents all sides of the music industry, including artists like Deborah Crooks. The Americana/blues singer-songwriter is a talented and accomplished Bay Area performer, and she’ll be at the Hotel Kabuki on October 9th!
We can really get behind Local Music Vibe, an organization that helps foster and connect local music communities. CEO Dave Champine loves San Francisco and the Summit for that very reason: it helps build thriving communities for music and technology. We’ll see you there, Dave!
Matt Lombardi is the co-founder and CEO of Hear It Local, a booking platform that’s really shaking things up. The company makes it easier than ever for fans to find, book, and fund (even crowdfund!) independent musicians for house concerts and events. Hear It Local is just one of the innovative businesses heading to the Summit on October 9th!