MUSEXPO EUROPE has revealed the full line-up for its forthcoming London, event, with the managers of artists as diverse as Dizzee Rascal, Elbow, Radiohead, the Kaiser Chiefs, La Roux and Beverley Knight set to take centre stage alongside some of the most senior executives from the worlds of record labels, music publishing, media, technology and live.

The event, which will have a particular focus on innovation this year, takes place June 29 – July 1 at The Cumberland Hotel in the heart of London, England. Among the big names set to be speaking at the event are Big Life Management Founder Jazz Summers, BBC Radio 1 DJ and global tastemaker Zane Lowe, Columbia Records UK President Mike Smith, Chrysalis Music Publishing Managing Director Alison Donald, co-Manager of Kate Nash, Faithless and Radiohead Brian Message, EMI Music Publishing UK MD Guy Moot, ITB founder Barry Dickins, Spotify MD Paul Brown and Virgin Records MD Shabs Jobanputra. Among those flying in from the US are Lava Records president Jason Flom, key radio programmer Jimmy Steal (Hot 97 NYC and Power 106 LA), EA Games Worldwide Executive of Music & Marketing Steve Schnur, IODA CEO Kevin Arnold and ReverbNation CEO
 Mike Doernberg.

During the evenings, some of the best new talent from around the world will perform at the historic 100 Club and Borderline venues. Last year there were many talented acts that showcased including Australia’s Temper Trap, who scored their record deal with Infectious as a direct result of performing at MUSEXPO EUROPE. This year hotly tipped acts include Essex-born Jessie, who will be performing her first UK show since signing to Lava/Universal in the US, and Australia’s All Mankind.  

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