Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Paul Quin’s Advice to Musicians

August 2017 – Paul Quin, entertainment and litigation lawyer, spoke with David Ward of Musicians on the Record about what advice he would give when meeting with a musician.  Some of the questions Mr. Quin may address are:

What level are you in your career?  Are you just starting out or serious about your craft?

What is your definition of success?  Is it full time work that pays the bills or do you want to be as big as Bruno Mars?

Do you have an LLC or S corporation? 

Listen to Mr. Quin's advice:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ib35aBHnSv4


Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Paul Quin and The Sessions Featured





Paul Quin and members of The Sessions panel were featured in Batterie Magazine, a French magazine. 



Friday, September 23, 2016

College of Saint Rose

Paul Quin was a panelist at The Sessions event held at the College of Saint Rose.  Other panelists included Fred Mollin (Record Producer & Composer), Rick Drumm (Traction Business Coaching), Gregg Bissonette (Touring & Recording Drummer & Member of Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band), Chris Stankee (Artist Relations Sabian), Dom Famularo (Drumming's Global Ambassador; Freelance Sessions), and Christine Ohlman ("The Beehive Queen", Vocalist, Songwriter & Musicologist - Long-Time Vocalist Saturday Night Live Band).

Jules Follett, author/photographer of Sticks ‘n’ Skins, started The Sessions after hearing stories of musicians who were not treated fairly in their business dealings.  She formed a panel of consultants to help artists navigate the business side of the music industry.   For more information on The Sessions, go to http://thesessions.org.


 
Pictured: Paul Quin (Entertainment lawyer), Fred Mollin (Record Producer & Composer), Rick Drumm (Traction Business Coaching), Gregg Bissonette (Touring & Recording Drummer & member of Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band), and Chris Stankee (Artist Relations Sabian)