NSAI Malibu, CA Chapter


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February 16, 2020
1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
23519 West Civic Center Way
Mlaibu, CA 90265
United States

Welcome To Our Chapter!



Nitanee Paris

Chapter News and Events

Special Event
Sunday, September 15!!

"Social Media Strategies for Songwriters & Artists"


Panel Discussion
with Networking and Marketing Guru Dan Kimpel
and Social Media Expert Sarah Olea of Social Light LLC
and other special guests!!

All attendees will be entered to win exciting prizes!  

Sunday, September 15, 2019 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Malibu Library, 23519 Civic Center Way, Malibu, CA 90265

Big thanks to Music Connection Magazine for the write up!!


Dan Kimpel Author, educator and music journalist Dan Kimpel contributes feature stories and interviews to a variety of media including magazines, websites, television shows and documentary films. Airline passengers might recognize his inimitable voice from inflight audio programming on United Airlines and Delta Airlines worldwide. In 2018, Dan was named the on-air host and interviewer for Storyophonic (www.storyophonic.com), a music industry podcast series. He is the Song Biz editor and a feature writer for Music Connection magazine (www.musicconnection.com.) 

As a journalist and interviewer, among his most memorable conversations are cultural icons Dr. Maya Angelou, Leonard Cohen, Quincy Jones, Peter Asher and Clint Eastwood; marquee singer-songwriters Randy Newman, Jackson Browne, Jason Mraz and Brian Wilson; pop artists Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and Maroon 5; country hit makers Keith Urban, Leanne Womack and Lady Antebellum; rockers Ringo Starr, Steve Vai, John Mayer, Green Day, Maroon 5 and Metallica; film composers Lalo Schifrin, John Powell, John Debney and Alan Silvestri, and soul greats Bill Withers, Holland-Dozier-Holland, Lionel Richie, Smokey Robinson, Mary J. Blige, Alicia Keys and Ty Dolla $ign.

The author of six-best selling books about the music industry, over a five-year period, Dan conducted weeklong master classes on networking and personal presentation skills at Sir Paul McCartney's Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) in the UK. For 12 years, he was a multiple award-winning member of the Musician's Institute faculty in Hollywood, CA and Chairman of the Musicians Foundation Board. He lectures at colleges, universities and conferences across the U.S., Canada and Japan, including the ESP Musical Academy in Tokyo and the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.


Los Angeles born and raised, Sarah Olea has an unparalleled history of successful marketing and public relation campaigns. Through her company Social Light, Sara has ignited the careers of people in multiple fields; from musicians, authors, and magazine publishers, to medical professionals and athletes. Additionally, she has worked with multi-platinum artists and Grammy award-winning songwriters, composers and producers. Sara possesses a wealth of expertise and social media knowledge that can help launch your career.



Don't miss this special event!!
RSVP REQUIRED to nsaimalibu@gmail.com
FREE for NSAI Members & $20 for Non-Members


Best Regards,
Nitanee Paris
NSAI Malibu Chapter Coordinator
"It all begins with a song”

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