Aboriginal Music Program

Jesse Green, AMP Mentor in Residence for February

Posted on January 3, 2013

Jesse Green will be the Aboriginal Music Program's (AMP) Mentor in Residence for the month of February. Starting on Monday, February 4, he will be available for songwriting help, performance tips, and career advice by email, over the phone, and in person.

Aboriginal songwriters and musicians of all ages and experience, residing in Manitoba, are encouraged to submit consultation requests and email Jesse for advice and feedback. Alan Greyeyes will be taking messages for Jesse over the phone and email questions can be sent to him at the ampmentor@manitobamusic.com address.

Jesse will also be available for workshops at schools or community organizations throughout Winnipeg. Please email alan@manitobamusic.com if you would like Jesse to visit your classroom or youth program in the month of February.

FOR PHONE MESSAGES AND TO SET UP A CONSULTATION:
Alan Greyeyes
Aboriginal Music Program Coordinator
P: 204.975.0284
E: alan@manitobamusic.com

TO EMAIL JESSE GREEN:
ampmentor@manitobamusic.com

ABOUT JESSE GREEN:
Jesse Green is the President of Strongfront A/V Productions Inc., a founding member of the APCMA-winning Bruthers of Different Muthers, and the touring guitar player for the legendary Buffy Sainte-Marie. His company has released albums for Wab Kinew, C-Weed, Bily Joe Green, and X-Status. Green is the son of blues musician Billy Joe Green and a member of the Shoal Lake First Nation.

ABOUT THE AMP MENTORS IN RESIDENCE:
The AMP Mentors in Residence will be available to answer questions about the business side of the music industry, equipment and instruments, recording, performing, songwriting, and musicianship for the month of February.
 

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