Ben C. McLane, Esq, has had decades of experience working with bands and artists, first working as an artist manager during college before going on to get his law degree and immersing himself in all things related to music business and music law as an attorney. He has written hundreds of articles, won awards for his work, has been featured as a speaker at worldwide music conferences and events, served as an educator in music schools, and has participated in projects involving the best and the brightest music superstars today, from Beyonce to Jay Z to MJ, J Lo and beyond. During this episode, Ben talks about his decision to become a lawyer specializing in the music business, his music law career trajectory, his book, “Music Business in 10 Easy Lessons,” and what artists can learn when working with a label or going the independent route.
Gee Scott is a dancer and choreographer who started his career while still in high school, dancing with Mariah Carey at the American Music Awards. From there, he has worked and performed with Britney Spears, Kelly Rowland, Fifth Harmony and Beyonce, as well as other superstar artists. He has trained and taught at all the prestigious dance studios in Los Angeles, and was a close mentee of MaDonna Grimes, an international dance and fitness star considered the Queen of Dance, Fitness and HipHop. In this episode about careers in music, Gee shares insights and anecdotes of performing onstage with music stars to audiences of millions, and using his gifts and talents to inspire and empower individuals to find their artistic expression through movement.