Panel on the Future of the Music Industry
- March 31, 2011
- 12:40pm — 2:00pm
- Castellani Art Museum
- What Will the Music Industry Look Like in Five Years?
As part of Media Awareness Week, the Communication Studies Department is sponsoring a panel on the future of the music industry. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Mark Barner
Randy Bowen - Major label recording artist (See Spot Run), with four albums and numerous charted singles and television appearances. Winner of the 2009 Breakout Single of the Year Award from Canadian Association of Broadcasters and the 2009 Concert of the Year Award from Wired Magazine.
Armand Petri – Dove Award-winning major label producer and engineer (Goo Goo Dolls, 10,000 Maniacs, Sixpence None the Richer), business manager (Sixpence None the Richer), and visiting instructor of music business (Fredonia State University).
Chenjerai Kumanyika – Major label recording artist (The Spooks, a gold-record selling international hip-hop group), Hip-hop community activist (Street Poets, Inc., Youth Empowerment Services, Hip-Hop Summer Institute), and doctoral student in media studies (Penn State University).
Dr. Kenneth Culton – Assistant professor of sociology (Ph.D. from Stony Brook University) and practicing musician, who has written on punk and subculture identity (DIY Punk on Long Island: On the Development of Activist Identities) and currently teaches a course (Youth/Music/Subculture) that considers new possibilities of culture and identity through music.