Miami Vinyl: The History of Record-Making in Miami Part II: The 1970s through the mid-90s 4/19/12

Miami Vinyl: The History of Record-Making in Miami Part II: The 1970s through the mid-90s
Thursday, April 19, 2012, 6-9pm
Miami Art Museum
101 W Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33130

The second panel discussion in this three-part series, “MIAMI VINYL: The History of Record-Making in Miami,” hosted by Bruno del Granado, CEO of RM Entertainment Group, covers the mid-1970s, 1980s and 1990s, a period that saw Miami rise to the status of a global dance mecca, as well as the development of genres ranging from alternative music (Marilyn Manson, Nuclear Valdez, etc.) to Latin Freestyle (e.g., Nice & Wild, Exposé, Company B), Miami Bass (2 Live Crew, etc.) and even Country (The Mavericks) – not to mention the impact of The Miami Sound Machine. Following the panel discussion, stick around for a party led by guest DJ Induce spinning the best of ’80s and early ’90s Miami bass and funk, and check out The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl, and other works, on view in the galleries.

Panelists are:
Bo Crane – President of Music Corp., one of the architects of the Miami bass sound
Trevor Fletcher – vice president and general manager of the legendary Hit Factory/Criteria Studios
Joe Granda – CEO and founder of Granda Entertainment
José Tillan – executive vice president and general manager at MTV Tr3s
Richard Ulloa – owner and founder of Yesterday and Today Records/Y&T Music

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