Al Taylor elected WAM President

WAM is pleased to reveal Al Taylor has been elected WAM President for a second term, setting ambitious plans to raise the profile of WA contemporary music and maximising WAM’s contribution to building the industry and Brand WA.

Sonic Lolly’s Noah Shilkin was also re-elected and continues as Vice President, Steven McCabe (KPMG) as Treasurer and Bel Skinner (RedRock Music) as Secretary. Additionally, WAM welcomes Leanne Casellas to the Board.

WAM invites you to provide ideas to help shape WAM’s strategic plan and the future of WA music – email input@wam.org.au by 31 May.

http://wam.org.au/wam-president-elected-and-sets-agenda-for-undervalued-music-industry/

The Studio’s New Addition

Let us introduce you to our new addition. A Yamaha U3 upright. Here’s what Yamaha has to say about it “Designed for the experienced pianist and professional musician. Upright piano with outstanding tone, touch and durability. An expansive soundboard and acoustic chamber give the 131 cm (52″) U3 extended power and projection, with the peerless tonal and expressive control of the legendary Yamaha action.” We just think it’s fun to play and sounds great. Welcome to the family.

CHAMPIONING West Australian Music

As we approach this year’s WAM AGM we’re reminded of all the great things WAM does to champion West Australian Music

If you are not a member and are a musician, songwriter, composer and you live in WA … you should consider being one! Check it out http://wam.org.au

Sonic Lolly is a very proud supporter of WAM as a studio sponsor and Noah, with others, gives his time as a board member http://wam.org.au/about/board/

It’s a great organisation to be a part of.