And they were quite informative! One of the best feelings in the world is learning something that immediately clicks with you and your work. Somewhat like a missing puzzle piece that makes the whole picture look pretty awesome.
Naturally, when Revolt’s CEO Keith Clinkscales showed up at The Network Music Conference, the entire room was packed out and for good reason, too. His knowledge, his experience, and his personal brand are all valuable examples to refer to when defining success in the entertainment industry.
And of course, we can’t forget Denny Soloist. The winner of 3300+Climbing’s most recent talent showcase in October came to the conference looking quite cool and ready to perform at The Network Music Conference. Many of the artists, all extremely talented, performed upbeat and fun songs to bounce around to but Denny, cast under romantic lighting, changed the mood. His performance, equipped with an acoustic guitarist playing by his side, was definitely impressive and we at 3300+Climbing wish him the best of luck with his future music.
All in all, The Network Music Conference was a success. 3300+Climbing definitely learned a few awesome things to take back to our home turf at Full Sail University. We will definitely apply our new found knowledge to our current artist development project with musician Stephanie Berlanga.
By Claire Contevita