October Fmi Happy Hour: Meet The Music Commission!

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October Fmi Happy Hour: Meet The Music Commission!
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Seattle Office of Film + Music says
Join us for the final 2016 Film + Music + Interactive Happy Hour on Wed. Oct. 26 from 5 – 7 PM at Re-bar. This event will be a celebration to bid “adieu” to Seattle Music Commission Charter Members and thank them for their service and dedication to our city. Appointed in 2010 at the formation of the Music Commission, the 9 Charter Commissioners have worked for six years to support our local music community and make Seattle a great place for music!

This will also be an opportunity for Seattle’s creative community to meet the 12 current Music Commissioners and learn more about the 9 nominees moving forward in the appointment process to fill the positions vacated by the Charter Commissioners.

Take this opportunity to meet Commissioners in a relaxed and fun environment, learn more about the work of the Seattle Music Commission and Office of Film + Music, and discuss industry issues relevant to the community. By strengthening the connection between the Music Commission and our creative communities, we will accomplish more together.

Charter Music Commissioners: Wyking Garrett, UmojaFest P.E.A.C.E. Center ● Holly Hinton, Starbucks Entertainment ● Megan Jasper, Sub Pop Records ● Alex Kochan, 40-year music industry veteran ● Ben London, Northwest Polite Society ● DeVon Manier, Sportin’ Life Music Group ● Tom Mara, KEXP ● Jon Stone, CEA Partners ● Marcus Womack, Evidence.com

Current Music Commissioners: Adrian Burton, eMedia Music Corp. ● Ricardo Frazer, Zakirose Agency ● Tim Lennon, The Vera Project ● Jody McKinley, Soundtrack Your Brand ● John Roderick, Musician, writer ● Patty Isacson Sabee, EMP Museum ● Joan Sandler, Musicians’ Association of Seattle ● Nicole Jon Sievers, Stand For Courage ● Reese Tanimura, Rain City Rock Camp for Girls ● Karen P. Thomas, Seattle Pro Musica ● Hollis Wong-Wear, Musician, songwriter, producer ● Nadine Zgonc, PlayNetwork

Come out and celebrate Seattle's vibrant music and creative community!

This event is free; must be 21+ to attend
Please RSVP by Monday, October 24, 2016
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By: Seattle Office of Film + Music

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