On this week’s edition of #SIMSLAM, we’d like to introduce Slam Academy’s latest team player: Scott LeGere. The former Music Business Department head at McNally Smith, Scott LeGere joined Slam shortly after McNally’s closure this past fall. Besides over 20+ years of generous industry experience, Scott LeGere brings with him Slam Academy’s latest debut, the Music Industry Program.
In the word’s of Slam Academy’s Recruitment Specialist, “Slam Academy has always offered students various vocational programs in music production and performance, and with the addition of the Music Industry Program, students can now round out their Slam Academy education with industry and career advancing concepts including copyright, business registration, marketing, and emerging revenue sources”.
Students will be able to both hone in and tailor their musical skill sets, while additionally learning the marketing discipline and entrepreneurial hunt it takes to sell one’s talent in both a professional and profitable manner. In today’s technological age, countless music platforms and streaming services are seeing a plethora of emerging talent every single day. If an artist wants their music to stand out, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that a good sound isn’t always enough. If you’re curious to learn more, or to give the class a trial run, Slam Academy will be offering a free two-hour introduction class on Tuesday, April 10th, 2018 at 11 am. Scott Legere will be leading the course – did we mention he’s engineered Grammy-nominated albums, and worked alongside Prince?
More on Scott Legere: https://slamacademy.com/blog/a-conversation-with-scott-legere/