2016-Paul Quin and Roy “Futureman” Wooten were at The Sessions event that was held in Nashville, TN on August 18, 2016. Wooten is a musician and composer. The Grammy award winner is a percussionist and member of the jazz quartet Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, along with banjoist Béla Fleck, harmonicist Howard Levy, and Roy’s brother, electric bass virtuoso Victor Wooten.

Paul Quin was a panelist at the event and discussed entertainment law. Other panelists included Grammy award winner, Jim Peterik (Composer, singer, producer and founding member of “Ides of March” and “Survivor”); Dom Famularo (Drumming’s Global Ambassador); Christine Ohlman (paulquin-roywooten081816“The Beehive Queen”, Songwriter and long-time vocalist for the Saturday Night Live Band); Liberty Devitto (Recording artist and Legendary Drummer for Billy Joel); Rick Drumm (Founder and President of Traction Business Coaching and music industry executive) and Rick DeJonge (KHS America, Artist and Education Relations Manager).

The Sessions is geared towards educating musicians to empower them on the business side of the entertainment world. For more information about The Sessions, go to http://thesessions.org.

Mr. Quin has spent many years as a professional drummer and remains active in the music industry. He represents a variety of entertainers, mostly within the music business and specializes in representing drummers and other sidemen in all aspects of their professional career including band agreements, endorsements, contract drafting, negotiation and review, business plans, incorporation, title search, management, and publishing. He can be reached at 813.314.4523 or via email at pquin@saxongilmore.com.