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The Nashville Recording Workshop + Expo 2010 is pleased to announce that it has selected Ben Folds as the keynote address speaker for this year's event being held at The Curb Event Center at Belmont University on March 5-6. Known for both his cutting edge approach to the music industry and for his million-plus selling songs worldwide as an artist, writer, engineer, and producer, Folds has forged his own unique path in the music industry through a variety of recording and distribution methods. Utilizing the full potential of his Nashville-based recording facility, as well as the wealth of production and artistic talent found throughout the Music City, Folds has charted hits with both major-label albums and with his pioneering series of internet-only releases. Appearing for the first time at the Nashville Recording Workshop + Expo, this not-to-miss artist is sure to deliver an upbeat and insightful kick-off to this year's show, presented by the AES Nashville Section and Mike Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business, in conjunction with the Audio Engineering Society, Inc. of NY. Folds will join top industry professionals and pro audio manufacturers for this uniquely Nashville event. Ben Folds, a Nashville transplant hailing from Winston-Salem N.C., has been creating music professionally for over 15 years, beginning with his groundbreaking trio, Ben Folds Five, through his latest release through Epic Records, as well as his internet-only available catalog. His success with both his notable musical style and his own self-created waves within the music industry have garnered the attention of both fans and professionals over the last decade and a half, and is sure to offer something for every level of attendee at the upcoming NRW+E. For more information on Ben Folds visit http://www.benfolds.com./ Additional panelists and presenters for the Nashville Recording Workshop+ Expo 2010 are soon to be announced, covering a wide range of recording, production, and technology topics relevant to today's recording professionals and enthusiasts.
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