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Paul Mac and Mark Kneebone (Live Nation) revealed for WAMCon 2019

16 Oct


WAM are excited to reveal the next additions to the WAMCon 2019 Keynote speaker series. Adding to the already impressive list of music and Arts sector experts are legendary Australian electronic producer, composer and Artist, Paul Mac, and Co-Head of Promotions at Live Nation Australasia, Mark Kneebone.

One of the leading songwriters and producers in Australian music over the past few decades, multiple ARIA winner Paul Mac has collaborated with and remixed some of the biggest names in Australian music and beyond, including Sia, Kylie Minogue, Silverchair, Ngaiire, The Potbelleez, Gorillaz, The Presets (plus many more!) and also received critical acclaim for his work with pioneering EDM act Itch-E & Scratch-E and his solo work. Currently completing his Doctor of Musical Arts in composition Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Paul shares his extensive knowledge and insights on what makes for a good song in this special in conversation with Gemma Pike.

Having a ton of high-level tour promotions experience under his belt, including being the Director of Laneway NZ for over 10 years, touring some of the world’s biggest names in his role’s at Isaac Promotions and Paint It Gold, Mark Kneebone now is now the Co-Head of Promotions at Live Nation Australasia, providing him with a unique insight into the live landscape in Australia and New Zealand. He shares his perspective regarding the state of play in AU/NZ live music scenes in this special Q&A with Harley Evans (CEO, moshtix).

WAMCon 2019 is held at the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia on Friday November 1 and Saturday November 2. Limited tickets available HERE

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WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lottery West, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.