30 Jun 2008

Trevor Horn

Super producer Trevor Horn took time out of his busy schedule to speak to budding musicians about the trials and tribulations of today’s music business.

Students were presented with a rare opportunity to speak to the esteemed producer about the process of record making and how to work with artists. As well as producing such hits as “Owner of a Lonely Heart” by legendary rock band Yesand “Relax” by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Horn co-wrote hits such as Seal‘s “Kiss from a Rose” which earned not only number one status in the US, but won a Grammy Award, and Grace Jones classic “Slave to the Rhythm”.

The charismatic hit maker spoke of his own experiences in an ever-evolving music industry, and took questions from an appreciative audience of musicians, songwriters and music producers on all manner of issues. We hope to welcome him back to ACM very soon.

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