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BMI Band Rocks Annual Meeting of Licensing Executives

Posted in News on October 24, 2019
Pictured before BMI band Northern National takes the stage at the NALCP annual conference kickoff party at Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox in Denver are: Northern National’s Michael Kanne, and Michael Rossi, NALCP Executive Director Jill Valachovic, Darden Restaurant Director of Licensing and NALCP Board President Colleen Lyons, BMI’s Brian Mullaney, and Northern National’s Anthony Comas and Dylan Green.
Pictured before BMI band Northern National takes the stage at the NALCP annual conference kickoff party at Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox in Denver are: Northern National’s Michael Kanne, and Michael Rossi, NALCP Executive Director Jill Valachovic, Darden Restaurant Director of Licensing and NALCP Board President Colleen Lyons, BMI’s Brian Mullaney, and Northern National’s Anthony Comas and Dylan Green.

BMI brought the party to Denver and the annual gathering of the National Association of Licensing Compliance Professionals by providing the music at their opening night event (10/15). The 2019 NALCP annual conference kickoff party was highlighted by a performance from Dallas-based BMI band Northern National, who rocked Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox and an audience made up of licensing executives representing chains such as Darden Restaurants, Starbucks, Dave & Busters, Kona Grill, Whole Foods, Red Robin and Craftworks. The alternative band’s latest single “Happy Disasters” was released in August and has received radio airplay in major markets such as Chicago, Dallas, Nashville and San Francisco, while their songs have been streamed more than 3 million times.

NALCP is a trade association with membership comprised of restaurant, retail and hotel chain executives responsible for the liquor and music licensing at their respective companies.