Neill Dixon shares some great lessons on how to combine passion with pursuit. Join Neill as he talks about his favourite stories, learning experiences, and insights on what it takes to build one of the most influential music conferences in the world.
My guest today is Neill Dixon, and he is a character with great character. He is singing proof to follow your passion when building your career. In his twenties, Neill owned a cafe called Grumbles, frequented by the who's who of music. He managed the rock band Triumph, and his legacy is crafting and staging Canadian Music Week, one of the most important music conferences and festivals in the world in its 40th year. Neill shares some amazing stories and some great lessons on how to combine passion with pursuit.
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