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Should British Black Music Shut Up Shop?

A workshop discussing the Anatomy Of A British Black Music A Trailblazing Album 2: Loose Ends' ‘A Little Spice’ (Virgin).

Anatomy Of A British Black Music Trailblazing Album 2: Loose Ends' ‘A Little Spice’ (Virgin). Discussion on how the team broke Loose Ends’ influential debut album, which paved the way for a chart-topping career in the US.

Speakers: Carl McIntosh and Loose Ends' business team Tony Hall (manager), Jon Webster (marketing), Mick Clark (A&R) Chair: Kwaku (BMC). Introduction by BPI director of independent services Jon Webster. £Free. To book, for map or more information, see events page at www.britishblackmusic.com.


Mr Kwaku | talks
Mr Jon Webster | talks
Mr Mike Clark | talks
Mr Tony Hall | talks


Date and Time:

28 June 2006 at 6:00 pm


2 hours



BPI Offices
County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road

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Organised by:

BritishBlackMusic.com / Black Music Congress
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£Free but preferable to pre-book via: www.britishblackmusic.com

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