Inside Tracks – Rick Meyer

July 18

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

3rd Floor Robinson Hall

Rick Meyer began his musical trip fronting indie rock bands on the ’80’s Minneapolis scene but he ended up starting one of the most successful commercial music houses in town (“Rumble Music”). This company has branched out into many areas in the advertising arena and he’s here to tell us how he did it!

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Inside Tracks – Brett Hudson

July 19

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

3rd Floor Robinson Hall

Brett Hudson is one of the legendary Hudson Brothers, a musical act that was big enough to land their own prime time variety show in the ’70’s. He has gone on to write and direct countless films and TV shows including “The Secret History Of Rock ‘n’ Roll” hosted by Gene Simmons from KISS and “Hansel And Gretel Get Baked”. This man has stories you definitely want to hear.

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Inside Tracks – Alex Rossi

July 25

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

3rd Floor Robinson Hall

Alex Rossi is one of the best and busiest guitarist/singer/songwriters in the midwest, his soulful playing and singing have placed him with top level sidemen and he just finished a new album with superstar producer John Fields.

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Edina Studios Open House

Friday, July 28th, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM


1:00 PM

  • Check-In
  • Live Music

1:15 PM

  • Guided Tour of Edina Studios

2:00 PM

  • Discover Creative Arts Careers Panel Discussion (featuring IPR Program-Chairs)

3:00 PM

  • Program Specific Break Out Sessions
    • Kevin Bowe – Audio Production & Engineering
    • Trey Wodele – Digital Video & Media Production
    • Peter Greenlund – Live Sound & Show Production
    • Mitch Hare – Music & Entertainment Business
    • Bob Jenkins – Sound Design for Visual Media

4:00 PM

  • Guided Tour of Edina Studios

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