NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Just recently DeltaStyle Magazine called him the King of Nashville. His hit list could make Al Capone look like Mary Poppins. Known for 'breaking the boundaries' as a head music executive at MCA records and playing keys for the King of Rock n' Roll, ELVIS, Tony Brown has also produced some of the biggest hits in Country music. His credits include Reba McEntire's 'Fancy', Steve Earle's'Copperhead Road', 'Troubadour' by George Strait, 'How Do I Live' from Trisha Yearwoodand Lionel Richie's 'Tuskegee'.
OVER 40 YEARS IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY, OVER 100 MILLION RECORD ALBUM SALES, OVER 100 #1 SINGLESACM PRODUCER OF THE YEAR, GRAMMY PRODUCER OF THE YEAR NOMINATION
On January 22nd 2016 at 11am, Tony hits the stage again as a keynote speaker, sharing his knowledge from more than 40 years in the music industry. Tony's presentation will give you an insight on how this mastermind works, what makes him different as a non-traditional music producer and the importance of capturing a great performance in the studio.
"The 2016 NAMM Show prepares for the largest global presence in show's history"
Joe Lamond, president and CEO of NAMM.
Tony's not done yet, and has just turned the page on a new chapter, embarking on a documentary of his life through an iconic coffee table book. The secret-titled book will feature more than 40 celebrities and music industry heavy weights. Reba McEntire, Vince Gill, George Strait, Jimmy Buffett, Don Was, Scott Borchetta, Jerry Bradley are just a handful of the greats set to be inked on these pages.
The cover and title of the book will be made public for the first time at Tony's meet and greet signing at the NAMM show this January 2016.
The global music products industry can expect to see thousands of business opportunities and expanding member benefits on arrival at Anaheim for the 2016 NAMM Show. The more than 96,000 people expected to attend from January 21 to 24 will have the chance to experience the latest in music instruments and products, while learning from fellow industry leaders about the best music-business practices. TEC Tracks, which replaces The H.O.T Zone on the second floor of the convention center, will host more than 70 educational sessions geared toward recording, live sound, lighting, DJ, and entertainment technology professionals. TEC Tracks will feature keynote speakers, including record producers Eddie Kramer and Tony Brown.