REPLAY: Music Industry Pros Discuss Their ‘Pivots’ in the Age of COVID-19
On Monday night, HOME School was in session.
Music industry professionals gathered at a safe distance at Helping Our Music Evolve (H.O.M.E.) in East Nashville for the first edition of HOME School, a new music business incubation and education program designed to inspire conversation and shared ideas.
For this edition, H.O.M.E. Founder Logan Crowell was joined by three music professionals of varying disciplines, who discussed their strategic responses to the COVID-19 pandemic that has had far-reaching effects on the entertainment industry. The conversation addressed the challenges and opportunities that have arisen for creative professionals in 2020, with the goal of empowering their peers to adapt and discover solutions.
The panelists include:
- Dexter Palmer, Founder and CEO of 24-8 MGMT.
- Nate Rose, Nashville-based hip hop artist and content creator.
- Alejandro Menendez, Cuban-born filmmaker, content creator, and Creative Director for the Mono Mundo record label.
This conversation is important for any creatives looking for a positive shift in focus, in the midst of the pandemic. Enjoy the replay below, and let us know how you’ve “pivoted” in the comments!