New York, NY, March 02, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- On Sunday, April 10th 2016, Music Label Webinars in partnership with PN Promotions returns to the scene for its second installation of The Unsigned Artist Boot Camp Series where former Vice President of Promotions at Def Jam, Thomas K Lytle, offers brash, unadulterated instruction, guidance and critique of aspiring music artists all over the world.
With great success, the first online conference marked the beginning of an unstoppable momentum in transforming the perspectives, careers and lives of striving artists who take their craft seriously.
Not only were artists given the opportunity to learn about Thomas Lytle and how he rose to status of Def Jam Vice President and Sr.National Director of Promotions at Epic Records, but they were given precise and straight-shooter information from the industry titan himself on how to perfect their music and the tools needed to get them from one stage to another.
As if that wasn't value enough, artists had their music reviewed live and the best talents were handed over, direct industry contacts to some of the music industry's positively notorious businessmen, including the national programmer for one of Chicago's largest urban radio stations. In a particularly unique instance, Thomas heard the music of one artist, admired the creativity and as a result, got in touch with one of the largest African American radio stations in Chicago on behalf of said artist.
Music Label Webinars positions itself as the precedent for empowering workshops catered to the serious and focused undiscovered talent. The program invites artists from all genres to partake in a virtual townhall meeting of sorts with the man who, for 21 years, has made it happen for some of world's most loved mega-stars in music.
Tickets are listed for $49.99 per guest on the official Music Label Webinars site at www.musiclabelwebinars.com. It is suggested that interested guests should book their tickets now to guarantee their spot in the web-conference on April 10th at 6 PM sharp. Space is in fact limited and in high-demand.
For more information, go to www.musiclabelwebinars.com.