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Jack Antonoff Named Artist in Residence

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Jack Antonoff has been named the artist-in-residence at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music

    Antonoff will kick off his residency with a 90 minute, in-depth Q&A conversation on Friday September 10 at 12:00 p.m. ET, moderated by Jason King, Chair of the Clive Davis Institute and PAM (Producers Against Misogyny) founders and Recorded Music students Lily Amiclo and Stella Smyth. PAM is an organization created to address inequities caused by misogyny in music and to offer educational opportunities in production that foreground people who often fall to the margin in this setting.


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  2. sowrongitsryan


    Crazy to see what this guy has accomplished after singing in an obscure (but great) drive thru band. Who called him outperforming the rest of the “scene” 15 years ago?
  3. [removed]

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    Trying to think of bands or artists with sustained commercial success from the “scene”

    Fall Out Boy
  4. elphshelf

    100% made of farts Supporter

    Jack continues to blow me away with his success. Never once did I think I’d see him have such an incredible career after Steel Train.
  5. Ryan

    Might be Spider-Man...

    One day Dave Melillo will finally release his album and eclipse ALL of them.
  6. [removed]

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    As we sit at this table with our hands in our lapssss
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  7. Kiana

    Goddamn, man child Prestigious

    Dan Nigro if he counts as the scene
    Crisp X and elphshelf like this.
  8. Andrew McMahon