Music Executive Dr. Dina Andrews Seeks Talented Songwriters, Producers at 'ULMII' Conference
Artist Manager Dr. Dina Andrews Joins Professional Panel at the Los Angeles 'Uplifting Minds II" Entertainment Conference
Dr. Andrews was one of the first black female artist managers when she started working with songwriting/
Joining Dr. Dina Andrews is Dr. Lee Bailey, magazine publisher (EURweb.com);
The "ULMII" Conference, held annually in Los Angeles and Baltimore, boasts many success stories from those who performed or served on the professional panel. Los Angeles competitor Miguel's dad/manager credits the Conference for his son's success as a Grammy winner. Panelist Jimmy Mayes (VP of Jive Records) signed Miguel to a record deal. Baltimore competitor Naturi Naughten's mom/manager called the Conference founder to say thanks for hosting the event. She said thanks to a Broadway scout being at the Conference her daughter reached another level of success, which included becoming a member of the group 3LW and then starring in the STARZ series "Power". There is Los Angeles competitor RoShon Fegan whose dad/manager said to a journalist on the red carpet that what he learned from the panel helped him take RoShon to the next level. That next level for Fegan included a co-starring role on (Disney's "Shake It Up"), a starring role on Disney's "Camp Rock" and a starring role on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." In Baltimore, competitors The Featherstone's gave credit for their success to the Conference during an interview with the Baltimore City Paper. They performed an original song and it was heard by SisQo (Dru Hill) who used it on the 3rd Dru Hill album as "I Should Be (Your Boyfriend)" – the song went platinum.
Admission is free. Looking to place talent in the showcase or competition email firstname.lastname@example.org or log onto www.UpliftingMinds2.com and register them. You can also call 562-424-3836.