Shure Sounding Board
The Current and Future Audio Industry
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17 @ 12PM CT
On YouTube Live
Join for a conversation on the current state, and future of the Pro Audio Industry. The discussion will be led by Peter James, Vice President of Shure Global Sales, who will explore the experiences of audio professionals in their respective applications, what it looks like now, and what they expect to see in the months and years to come. Guests from various industry roles will give their perspective on how the current pandemic situation has affected their profession, their outlook, and their day to day existence.
Glen Rowe (KYOTO)
Glen is the founder and manager of the KYOTO music & arts management company, providing top line music acts with management resources, recording studios, writing rooms, and rehearsal spaces. Managing the UK Rock act MUSE since 2001, Glen has toured the world countless times, worked with the band headlining Stadiums, Festivals, Arenas, TV shows, Radio shows & more.
Julie Weir (Music for Nations)
Julie currently serves as the label head for Sony Music UK and the venerable Music for Nations, has been an AIM board member, and was in Music Week’s Women In Music Roll of Honour inaugural class. Her focus has always been on developing new up and coming UK artists both musically and from a business management perspective.
Griffin Goldsmith (Dawes)
Griffin is a professional Drummer / Percussionist / Vocalist, hailing from Los Angeles, California. Although Dawes is very much considered his primary concern, Goldsmith has had the pleasure of playing alongside such greats as Jackson Browne, Robbie Robertson, Elvis Costello, and countless other contemporaries, both live and on record.
John Harris (Mix Engineer)
A pioneer through many eras of remote recording, John Harris has been honored with 12 Emmys, 3 Grammys, and a Peabody Award and has mixed the music performances on the Grammy Awards for 30 years. Best known for his work with U2, Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, and George Harrison, John is presently working on a modern day take on traditional remote recording and mixing, something very apropos for our time.
Greg Morrow (Live and Session Drummer)
Memphis Tennessee native Greg Morrow is entering his 5th decade in the music business. Greg has worked on numerous platinum albums and number 1 singles. He has worked for a wide range of artists including Bob Seger, Trisha Yearwood, Don Henley, Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, Joe Bonamassa, Deana Carter, Billy F Gibbons, the Dixie Chicks, Steve Earle, Rodney Crowell, and many others. He continues to record in studio as well as at his home facility and tours as possible.
Adam Thurston (Audiotree)
Adam is the COO and co-founder of Audiotree, the music discovery and live streaming media company based in Chicago, IL. Audiotree is best known for their streaming series Audiotree Live, STAGED, and Far Out. In 2015, Audiotree acquired music venues Lincoln Hall and Schubas.