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Creative Networks presents Pop Svengali, Simon Napier-Bell

29/01/2009

Post code : LS2 9AQ

‘Music extraordinaire’, Simon Napier-Bell, has undertaken pretty much every job there is in the Music Industry, from roadie through to manager, producer, songwriter, journalist and to author of three best selling books on the business.

Apart from co-writing Dusty Springfield’s first No1 hit, ‘You Don’t have to Say You Love Me’, he is probably best-known as the manager of The Yardbirds, Marc Bolan, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Ultravox … oh, and 1980’s pop legends, Wham! Napier-Bell – with the cynicism and detachment of all good rock managers – just tells it like it is.

This event is on Thursday 29th January 2009 starting at 6pm. it is free to attend to creative, digital and cultural industry professionals. If you would like to attend, please contact Creative Networks on 01422 399444 or email Bridget March at bridgetm@leeds-art.ac.uk

Open showcase throughout the evening to include:

18.00-19.00   Hot food and Registration

19.00-19.30   Welcome and Opening Pitches

19.30–20.30   Simon Napier-Bell

20.30 until late Networking in the Mosaic Bar

The event will be held at Leeds College of Art & Design, Blenheim Walk, Leeds, LS2 9AQ.