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  1. Sunday 5th October - Steve Amos & friends - a Sunday Night Special atJabberwocky for IOM GuitarFest 2014. 7pm doors, 8pm start. Featuring brilliant comic singer-songwriter Steve Amos with special guests STRENGYN and Barry Nelson. This will be the closing show of the IOM GuitarFest weekend. Tickets £10 from Jabberwocky or http://www.eTickets.im/jp Tickets will be £5 on the door on presentation of a ticket from either of the other GuitarFest concerts (Martin Simpson on 3rd and Juan Martin on 4th). http://www.jonnopromotions.com/viewartist.php?aid=161 GuitarFest is a Jonnopromotions.com event supported by Island of Culture, Arts Council, Culture Vannin and Aston International Limited to all of whom, many thanks. GuitarFest design by Martyn Cain.
  2. Saturday 4th October 2014 “Trad guitar accompaniment techniques - workshop with Paul Rogers [strengyn]”. A practical workshop where you will learn some techniques that will allow you to accompany Traditional music - with a focus on Manx Music and Dance Culture Vannin GuitarFest event at Kensington Road Youth Arts Centre Douglas. 2-4pm. Workshop limited to 25 people. Tickets £5 (to guarantee place) from http://tinyurl.com/GuitarFest-2014-Workshop (Eventbrite) GuitarFest is a Jonnopromotions.com event supported by Island of Culture, Arts Council, Culture Vannin and Aston International Limited to all of whom, many thanks. GuitarFest design by Martyn Cain.
  3. Stuart Fleming & John Hywel Morris PRS for Music, Kirsty Geoghegan (Airstate/Valentine Music) and Ruth Keggin (IOM PRS for Music Member) Venue: @Kensington Kensington Road Youth Arts Centre Doors Open: 19:00:00 Free Tickets from this link: http://tinyurl.com/PRS-for-Music-GuitarFest-2014 Music Industry Seminar to kick off IOM GuitarFest 2014 Ever wanted to know how to make money from music? Here’s your chance. IOM GuitarFest 2014 launches this year with a talk from leading UK music industry experts at Kensington Road Youth Arts Centre on Thursday 2nd October 2014 at 7pm. PRS for Music, the UK's leading royalty collecting society, has kindly offered to host the opening event entitled: “Rights and Royalties: How songwriters can make a living from their music”. The talk will include an open and informal Q&A session with the audience and brief performances by guest musicians. The industry panel includes two senior representatives from PRS for Music. Stuart Fleming is senior manager for membership development in Scotland & Northern Ireland and manages PRS for Music’s ongoing education programme across both countries. Stuart will be joined by John Hywel Morris who is senior manager for membership development at PRS for Music in Wales. John has worked at PRS for Music for nineteen years, serving Welsh PRS and MCPS members. He has had to deal with all sorts of member and licensing issues in his career and is well placed to offer the best kind of advice to composers, publishing companies and musicians alike. Local singer and musician Ruth Keggin will join the panel to offer her perspective on writing, publishing, recording and touring music since starting out on her solo career in 2012. Also speaking is Kirsty Geoghegan from Airstate, an independent UK music publishing company that specialises in maximising performing rights royalties for music used within broadcast media. Kirsty also represents UK music publisher Valentine Music, which licenses and publishes a diverse range of artists from musical genres including jazz and orchestral music. Jonno Gollow, creator and promoter of IOM GuitarFest said: “I’m thrilled to welcome the PRS for Music team and other industry guests for this opening GuitarFest event. Music rights and royalties are a hugely important part of the music industry. For many musicians, whose focus is predominantly on their art, I know that area must be quite daunting. Songwriters and composers have to recognise the “business” end of “showbusiness” so that the music they create can really work for them.” Ruth Keggin said: “Working with PRS has been invaluable for me. I’ve learnt so much from them in the process of making a career in music. Rights, royalties, publishing, licensing; these things are essential for musicians to know about, whether you use the information now or later in your career.” The evening will take the shape of an informal discussion on songwriting, different income streams for musicians and an informal Q&A with the audience to answer their questions. The event is supported by PRS for Music, GuitarFest, Arts Council, and Island of Culture. The talk begins at 7pm and is free of charge. This will be followed by an informal networking opportunity at the Prospect pub, hosted by PRS for Music, from 9pm onwards. GuitarFest is a JonnoPromotions event supported by Island of Culture, Arts Council, Culture Vannin and Aston International Limited to all of whom, many thanks. GuitarFest design by Martyn Cain.
  4. As a special GuitarFest 2014 event, the legendary former Twig and member of the Fecktones Andy North presents a solo music extravaganza at Amber - Music Venue on Friday 3 October 2014 from 9-11pm. Virge's extravaganza will be followed by a short performance from an iconic Manx music duo. After which the evening will become a Manx music session ... all players will be welcome to bring their instruments and have a bit of fun until last orders at the bar ... If you're going to see Jonnopromotions presents Martin Simpson at Guitarfest 2014, with guest support Strengyn. Supported by The Isle Of Man Arts Council & Island Of Culture 2014. then this is the perfect place to come and finish off your night's entertainment!!! ADMISSION IS FREE GuitarFest is a Jonnopromotions.com event supported by Island of Culture, Arts Council, Culture Vannin and Aston International Limited to all of whom, many thanks. GuitarFest design by Martyn Cain.
  5. "Martin Simpson's return to the Isle of Man for his Douglas & IOM GuitarFest debuts. No-one has more successfully combined diverse elements of British, American and roots music than Martin, multiple BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winner. Widely acknowledged as one of the finest acoustic and slide guitar players in the world, his interpretations of traditional songs are masterpieces of storytelling. His solo shows are intense, electric, spellbinding and deeply moving. Whether playing American old-time music, blues, a Dylan song or his own material, Martin Simpson is unpredictable, individual, and a guitarist of immense subtlety. "One of the virtuoso instrumentalists of the English music scene" "Sounds better than ever" The Guardian. http://www.martinsimpson.com/ http://www.manxmusic.com/performer_144376.html Tickets £15 from www.Villagaiety.com (including booking fee) GuitarFest is a JonnoPromotions event supported by Island of Culture, Arts Council, Culture Vannin and Aston International Limited to all of whom, many thanks. GuitarFest design by Martyn Cain. Martin Simpson Live.bmp
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