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DINA ANDREWS - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - THURSDAY JULY 31, 2014 - 6 pm PST

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Executive Producer: Dina Ruth Andrews, is a keen music executive with a knack for discovering, advising, and managing some of the industry’s most impactful songwriters, producers and recording artists.  Her roster includes Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis with whom she navigated the career establishing deal with Clarence Avant which lead to producing The S.O.S. Band, Cherrelle, Alexander O’Neal, and ultimately Janet Jackson; songwriter/producers Derek Bramble (David Bowie, Vanessa Williams, and Tisha Campbell), Alton “Wokie” Stewart (Bell Biv Devoe, Stephanie Mills, and Keith Sweat) and Alvin Speights (mixing engineer for Madonna, Dallas Austin, LaFace Records, Darryl Simmons, TLC and Toni Braxton).  Andrews has also served as consultant to industry giants like songwriter/producer Dallas Austin (Boyz II Men, TLC, Toni Braxton and Madonna) and as the General Manager of Perri Reid’s P.T. Entertainment, where she oversaw LaFace Records’ #1 recording artist, TLC.

 

Ms. Andrews is also a keen business executive who has worked along-side industry titans such as Clive Davis, Gerry Griffith, John McClain and Dick Griffey with whom she started her career.  She has also helped build production companies, including Flyte-Time Productions; and has partnered with major to mid-sized record labels such as RCA, BMG, Verity, Sony, Capitol, Elektra, East-West/Atlantic, EMI Gospel, Warner Bros, Benson, Word, and Gospo-Centric, providing the services of her numerous clients.   Finally, her depth of experience also includes serving as the West Coast Project Manager for Motown Productions’ nationally syndicated late night television show, “Nightlife” featuring David Brenner and Billy Preston, under Suzanne de Passé and Burl Hechtman.

 

 

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