Next MPG Q-Time panel coming 21 October

The event discussing "issues around UK music industry and beyond" returns to Seven Dials on 21st
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Time is running out to book tickets for the next Music Producers Guild (MPG) Q-Time panel event. Q-Time, a public debate on issues "in and around the UK music industry and beyond", takes place on 21 October at the Seven Dials Club in Covent Garden, London, chaired as usual by BBC 6Music presenter Tom Robinson.

The MPG asks that attendees submit their questions in advance, and would prefer anyone submitting a question to be present at the event to ask their questions to the panel and take part in the discussion.

The panel includes Meredith Cork, artist and producer manager at YellowBrick Music; John Reid, president of Live Nation Europe – Concerts; Cameron Blackwood, producer (George Ezra, Hard-fi, Jamiroquai, The Wolfnotes); Miles Hunt, The Wonder Stuff singer/songwriter; and Chris Cooke, business editor of Complete Music Update.

"You must get to Q-Time," comments artist manager Brian Henshaw. "The debate is very inclusive. Tom brings in the members of the audience on every point.

"If you want a chance to express your views about current issues in the music industry, this is the place to be," adds Jane Evershall, musician and songwriter.

For more details and to book tickets, visit the MPG website.

www.mpg.org.uk

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