Jeremy Brook – The Brook Law Firm

‘Legal Matters – What You Need to Know from the Get GO’

Thursday, July 23th 7 pm CST –  MusicRow411 Facebook Page

Tune in to get your s**t in order!!!!!!

Live from MusicRow411″ is excited to welcome music business and intellectual property attorney Jeremy Brook to this week’s event.  Brook has  a passion for music and the people who make, produce and distribute/sell it.  Like his predecessor on LFMR411  Kamal, he also plays the bass, but not professionally. 

After working for a blue-chip legal firm, Brook decided to return fulltime to representing folks in the music business and creative sector. His firm represents songwriters, musicians, record labels, producers, engineers and many other entertainment businesses.

Protecting your intellectual property is paramount in today’s rapidly changing music environment.  With last year’s passage of the Music Modernizataion Act, creators are finally getting much needed legislation for their rights. Of course it’s insanely complicated, and it’s hard to what  has changed and applies to you.

Unfortunately, many songwriters and creatives have incorrect information and are unaware of what exactly they need to do to protect themselves and their work. The law is deep and vast – it’s hard to know what’s what even if you do try to keep up with changes.

Jeremy’s  going to share his wisdom about the essential things you NEED to know, Don’t let that handsome boyish face fool you, he’s in high demand for his vast knowledge and ability to demystify  all the tricky and sticky stuff.

Tune in to ‘Live from MusicRow411‘ on Thursday, July 16 at 7pm (CST)  on the MusicRow411 Facebook Page, for another amazing discussion based on the real information you need.

Thank you Kamaal!!  

Uber talented musican and producer Kamal Malaak took us on a world tour of musical insight this past week. He shared many takeaways from his illustrious career and why he thinks it is important to develop a musical voice and stay true to it.

From his days of playing with Arrested Development and performing for Nelson Mandela in South Africa to creating music for videos, games and podcasts, Malak studied the masters of his instrument and kept himself abreast of changing tastes and genres. With each lesson, he enhanced his own musical voice and developed a style and sound  that has created not only a name for himself  and  long career. If you missed it, check out the MusicRow411 Facebook Page for the replay.

See ya Thursday night with Jeremy – bring something cool to drink and a snack! 

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