The Art and Business of Music with Jason Flom, Moderator Ronan Farrow

“I knew nothing about escrow when I first started out — I actually thought it was an Italian vegetable,” Lava Records CEO Jason Flom told 1000 real estate brokers as he delivered the keynote address at the ReInvent Conference. Flom, the former Chairman and CEO of Atlantic Records, Virgin Records and Capitol Music Group, and the son of the late mergers and acquisitions legend Joseph Flom has helped to redefine the art and business of music while remaining a leader in the field of criminal justice reform. He is a founding board member of The Innocence Project which focuses on freeing innocent inmates and he also serves on the boards of Families Against Mandatory Minimums, The Drug Policy Alliance and The Legal Action Center. MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow, an activist, journalist and lawyer himself, will interview Flom about discovering and breaking multiplatinum artists like Tori Amos, Stone Temple Pilots, Jewel, Kid Rock, Matchbox Twenty, The Corrs, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Katy Perry, Jessie J and Lorde, as well as his cause based work and what we can expect from music in the future. It promises to be an incredible evening.

 

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