BEAUVOIR/FREE, WILLIE BASSE & ALVIN TAYLOR To Play Live At Indie Entertainment Summit
August 1, 2014, 2 years ago
Indie Entertainment Summit is an annual event taking place in the Entertainment Capital of the World, Los Angeles – in the NoHo Arts District with 4 big days of amazing Industry Seminars & Workshops, and five nights of Live Music & Performances. The event is open to Artists, Bands / Groups, Indie Record Labels, Film Makers, Business Executives, Technology Experts and anyone with an interest in growing as an entertainment professional.
Learn the latest trends to turn your passion into a sustainable business and walk out with a plan of action, new connections and relationships to build with! This is, without a doubt, the greatest time in history for the independent artist and entertainment professional to create success.
The 2014 I.E.S. Rock Honors will be Saturday August 9th at 12 PM at The Federal Club in NoHo. We will celebrate "Trailblazers" - Steppenwolf, Deep Purple, Metallica, Parlament-Funkadelic, Bootsy Collins, 2-Pac, Snoop Dog, Nirvana, John-5, Green Day, Blink-182, Alvin Taylor, Micki Free, Jean Beauvoir & Willie Basse.
Indie Entertainment Summit / I.E.S. 2014 is August 6th - 10th, in North Hollywood, CA. (NoHo) with four days of workshops and panels with over 100 Industry-Leading Speakers and over 100 bands rocking live concerts and showcases.
The Conference is headquartered in North Hollywood, with venues in Hollywood & Universal City, with The I.E.S. Hub located at The Federal Club (5303 Lankershim Blvd, N.Hollywood, CA 91601)
This years conference will end Sunday morning with an 11 AM - 2 PM showing of Inside LA Metal Movie Documentary at The Lindley Theatre Center 11006 Magnolia Blvd."I'm very proud to be associated with IES" says Willie Basse, "It's like a valuable college semester in 5-Days! I will be playing live at this event with Jean Beauvoir, Micki Free & Alvin Taylor at The Federal Club in NoHo Sat at 12 PM. I will also hold a Q & A Session on Sunday, August 10th after Inside LA Metal movie documentary at 2 PM."