Denver: How to Release an Album Independently

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Denver: How to Release an Album Independently


DENVER! Join us on Saturday, October 26th for our first ever music business education event in Denver. In this class, we'll break down the record release process into a manageable timeline. We'll talk about how how to get creative to get attention for your music on a budget, how to find and hire the appropriate team members, best practices with industry partners, and the best tools out there for independent artists.

WHERE: Denver, Colorado. Location will be revealed to ticket holders a week before the event!

WHEN: Saturday, October 26th, 1pm-3pm

Special thanks to Alright Alright for inviting us to Denver to make this happen!

Taught by: Erin Anderson of Olivia Management

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BIO: Since founding Olivia Management in 2012, Erin has grown the company to three staff, eight management clients, and a consulting business that is helping 10-15 clients at any given time. She led clients The Secret Sisters to a Grammy nomination for Best Folk Album in 2018, and Amanda Shires to an Americana Awards Nomination and eventual win for Best Emerging Artist in 2017.

Before starting Olivia Management, Erin worked as a product manager in Seattle at Amazon Music. Erin received her MBA from Vanderbilt's Owen Graduate School of Management with a concentration in entrepreneurship and strategy. She has consulted with Sony Music Entertainment, the Americana Music Association, Nashville Chamber of Commerce, Kind of Blue Music, Keb' Mo',, Rachel Potter (X Factor), ATL Collective, the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, and worked at Universal Music Group Nashville which consisted of imprints Lost Highway Records, MCA Records, and Mercury Records.

In addition to music consulting and artist career management, Anderson teaches as an adjunct professor at Belmont University in Music Business and Entrepreneurship. Her classes cover the topics of starting businesses, interning in the music industry, refining resumes and cover letters, and serving the community through entrepreneurship.

Erin was named a finalist in the Nashville Emerging Leader Awards in 2016 and 2018. She serves as the staff director at Owen Graduate School of Management's Accelerator Summer Business Institute, volunteers to teach entrepreneurship to female inmates through the BEST program, served as the music coordinator for TEDx Nashville for three years, and was one of the founding members of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center's Advance Nashville initiative in digital music.