Alexander Gow To Perform At Little BIGSOUND

8 August 2012 | 12:58 pm | Scott Fitzsimons

The full line-up of speakers has been announced as well

The full announcement of speakers at the Little BIGSOUND showcase has been announced today, with the BIGSOUND sister event aimed at people between the age of 14-25 looking for a start in the music industry.

Following the initial announcement, a number of artists, industry professionals and media have been added to the one-day event. Also announced today are live performances by Alexander Gow (Oh Mercy), Hey Geronimo and Your Favourite Enemies.

Full line-up of speakers here, new additions in bold:

Ian Haug (Powderfinger / Producer)
Sam Cromack (Ball Park Music)
Jeremy Neale (Velociraptor / Jeremy Neale)
Sam Hales (Jungle Giants)
Tom Larkin (Shihad / Producer)
Rene Chambers (Spotify)
Cath Haridy (Manager - Jebediah, Adalita, Eskimo Joe, etc)
Ben Preece (Mucho Bravado Management)
Fergus Jenkins (Dew Process)
Edward Guglielmino (Artist)
Maggie Collins (triple j / Artist Manager)
Natalie Bell (Casadeldisco Records)
Steven Schram (Music Producer)
Stephen Wade (Select Music)
Chloe Flanigan (4ZZZ Youth Ambassador)
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Larry Heath (The AU Review)
Stefan Emslie (Manager - Art of Sleeping) Chris Zajko – (Music NSW/Indent)
BJ Hemmling (Cherry Red Music)
Matt Tanner (Native Tongue Publishing)
Dom Miller (Bluebeard Music)
Chris O'Neill (APRA)
Darren Sanicki (Music Lawyer)
Sean Foran (JMC Academy)
Craig Spann (Sugarrush Records / Sounds Like Brisbane)
Martine Cotton (Q Music)
Deb Suckling (Q Music)

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Run between QMusic and Youth Music Industries, the festival director, year 12 student Gonzalo Rodiño, said today, "We have grown up in a digital world and as we start our own careers in the music industry it's time for us to learn what's gone before and put it into our own context. This opportunity for Little BIGSOUND delegates to engage with industry professionals as peers and mentors is something that's truly unique."

Taking place Saturday 15 September at the Judith Wright Centre, tickets and the full program are available here.