About AmericanaFestUK

AmericanaFest UK is put on by the AMA-UK, a professional trade association representing and advocating for the voice of American Roots music in the UK. Members include of musicians, both from the UK and overseas, plus professionals from all sectors of the music industry, such as agents, promoters, venues, festivals, labels, distributors, retailers, management, touring, journalists, broadcasters and publicists. AmericanaFest UK 2020 is their fifth annual conference, showcase festival, and awards.

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Director of Business Development, UK & London


Jan. 29
14:00 - Songtrust Presents: Collecting Your Publishing Royalties
If you're an unpublished songwriter, chances are you're missing out on collecting your global publishing royalties which are generated whenever your songs are performed live, streamed, reproduced onto CDs or other physical products, played on the radio and so on. Without a publisher, it's near impossible to collect these all royalties that are due to you. Songtrust's Lara Baker explains how to collect your music publishing royalties from all over the world whilst retaining full ownership of your rights.
Jan. 30
12:00 - Americana Sync Secrets & Listening Session
Americana's mass appeal means it's used across TV, Films, Games and Advertising. What makes this iconic genre do so well and why? We bring out the experts to give you the hottest tips on the ins and outs of the world of Sync and how you can be a part of it. A listening session will follow, where 7 tracks from attending artists will be played and offered sync feedback from the panel.


Hackney Picturehouse

270 Mare St, London E8 1HE

United Kingdom


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