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BMI Hits MUSEXPO in Los Angeles

Posted in News on May 8, 2006
L.A.-based U.K. alternative/indie rock songwriter Rob Dickinson, former Catherine Wheel frontman, performed at a special luncheon co-hosted by U.K. record industry organization BPI and artist development company A&R Worldwide at the annual MUSEXPO conference held recently in Los Angeles. Dickinson is celebrating the release of his debut solo CD, Fresh Wine for the Horses (Sanctuary), in stores now.

Shown on the rooftop of the Bel Age are (l to r): BMI's Nick Robinson, BPI's Matt Glover, BMI's Tracie Verlinde and BMI songwriter Rob Dickinson 

Co-sponsored by BMI, MUSEXPO is a forward-thinking, exclusive gathering of the world's most influential industry professionals to examine the most pressing and controversial facets of the global music business, as well as provide networking opportunities for musicians and executives in the music industry. MUSEXPO began four years ago as intimate A&R Worldwide networking dinners in Los Angeles and have since traveled to New York, Berlin and London. The dinners were organized to bring together friends from the international radio, A&R, film/TV, booking agency, new media, publishing and artist management communities to connect with other similar creative professionals and have since grown to the current four-day event, which draws executives and artists from over 20 countries with 600-plus delegates.

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