'Uplifting Minds II' Panel at
Security Square Mall
Checking out the Talented Artists
(Singers, Songwriters, Dancers & Actors)
MINDS II" is an entertainment conference like no other, prehaps the longest
running entertainment conference in Baltimore, consisting of ENTERTAINMENT SEMINARS and a NATIONAL TALENT COMPETITION showcase.
The panel discussion are hosted by some of the current entertainment industry
executives and artists in the business today and the competition judges have proven records
of success in the business. They offer their advice, suggestions and some times offer opportunties to those
who showcase and attend the seminars. Attendees receive the ULMII Music
Business Handbook and other promotional give-aways - pre-registration is
not required to attend, but helpful in number count. The talent showcase competition is free and open to the public! Click
"Talent Competition" or "Seminar" tabs for more detailed
information and/or the "Registration" button to reserve your slot
in the talent competition.
Proceeds from the registration fee for the talent showcase are used to support
the cost for the conference. Media sponsors (past and present) include The
Baltimore Times, Heaven 600, KDAY 93.5 - Los Angeles, www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com, KJLH Radio, Praise 98FM, L.A. Watts Times, Ovational International
Magazine and www.EURWEB.com.
Other SPONSORS judges and panelists and hosts (past and present)
include The Baltimnore Times, radio personality Doresa Harvey (Heaven 600, Radio One), DJ Fatman (GSE), DJ Rick (GSE), "The Big Phat Morning Show"
(Radio One/92Q), Reggie Reg (Radio One/92Q); entertainment attornies Paul Gardner, Esq. (Baltimore/ http://www.thegardnerlawgroup.com) and Richard Jefferson Esq (Los Angeles/ www.metallawgroup.com); Debbie Allen Dance Academy (DADA) in Los Angeles www.DebbieAllenDanceAcademy.com; Grammy winner Brenda Russell ("Piano in The Dark"); Rapper MC Lyte, film producer/director, Ben Foster Films
(www.benfosterfilms.com); Boosweet Enterprises (record label, guitar dealer and merchandiser/ www.boosweet.com) represented by owner Vernon Neilly and Director of Marketing/Promotions Pierre Neilly; Tupac Shakur Foundation _ATL, Destiny's
Child manager Mathew Knowles (Music World/Columbia Records), radio personality and program director
of Praise 98F- Pady Charmaine (www.Praise98FM.com); Rapper MCLyte, Jimmy Maynes (Sr. VP of Jive Records); public relations firm ISA PR (http://www.isapublicrelations.com/); public relations/business consultant firm Freelance Associates, PRSA (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com/FreelanceAssociates.html); multi-ULMII winner V.I.P. (http://www.dustdemaff.com/), Superstar Entertainment represented by Nadiyah Kareem, French Royalty Entertainment represented by
Deborah French, The Pulseof Entertainmnt (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com); film director Trey Haley (Tri Destined Films); Dedra Davis, Esq. (Houston, TX/NY); Jenneane Collins (Stylist/Make-up
artist) of Rebellious Beauty; former radio jock and current electronic magazine
publisher Lee Bailey (www.EURweb.com), Commercial Photographer Ty Moore (www.IAmSharpEye.com); Gar Roberts road manager (Temptatons, Anita Baker) and professional
photographer (The Pulse of Entertainment, The Baltmore Times); the Boy Scouts of America (Thurgood Marshall District); the Girls Scouts of Central Maryland, and ULMII founder and coordinator Eunice Moseley, MS, M.B.A, PRSA www.UpliftingMinds2.com).
The "UPLIFTING MINDS II" SEMINAR TOPICS VARY per city/per date and can
range from "entertainment law tips," "the psychology of entertaining," "the 'IT' Factor," "internet
radio, the new era," "artist development techniques," "marketing strategies," "song-writing
techniques," "casting and booking," "acting/voice-over careers," "stage presence," "media
relations," "finding endorsement/production deals," "forming an indie label," to "promotions/marketiing
and public relation strategies."