Nathan Barr, Jace Everett, and Gary Calamar Talk About True Blood Sound

October 24, 2009 by  

Nathan Barr and Jace EverettThe collaborative team behind the amazing music in HBO‘s vampire series True Blood will be speaking on October 30th from 12:30-1:15 p.m. as part of the 8th Annual The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard Film and TV Music Conference October 29-30 at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

Nathan Barr is the composer for the show, Gary Calamar is True Blood‘s music supervisor, and Jace Everett is the singer/songwriter behind the highly acclaimed theme song, “Bad Things“. Moderator for the panel discussion will be Ann Donahue, Senior Editor of Billboard.

According to the conference site:

  • Full Registration – 9/12/09 – 10/28/09: $475
  • Walk-up – after 10/28/09: $499

Registration also includes a complementary non-deductible 12-month daily subscription to The Hollywood Reporter ($229 value). * New subscribers only / non-transferable.

Special offers for attendees:

  • Free trial to the Billboard Digital Edition. Sign-up to receive the Billboard Digital Edition FREE for one month. The Digital Edition is an exact replica of Billboard magazine that is delivered to your inbox or mobile device every week (email address required)
  • 6-month subscription to Billboard in print and online for only $99. Receive 6-months of Billboard magazine, plus full online access including daily delivery of the Billboard Bulletin and access to over 150 charts. (Offer for new subscribers only)

Cancellation Policy: No cancellations. Registrations can be transferred or used as a credit to any other Billboard Conference.

SOURCE: The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard Film and TV Music Conference site

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