The Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville was proud to host artist Tony Rockliff for a seminar geared toward helping artists advance in their careers, namely through internet marketing.
Tony Rockliff knows how to work social media and internet marketing. He began in 1995, creating Cybertown, an on-line community of people from 155 countries interacting in a 3D Virtual Reality off-world town set about 100 years in the future. Cybertown grew to 1.3 million members, was receiving 1.5 billion hits a year and was listed in the top 2500 sites in the world.
Not only that, but Rockliff has decades of experience as a record producer, recording engineer and composer. He has worked with artists including Cat Stevens, Billy Ocean, Beck, Elton John's band, Regina Bell, the Temptations, Sir George Martin, Brian Johnson from AC/DC, Uriah Heep, David Pomeranz, David Campbell, Nicky Hopkins, members of Yes and the Doors and many others.
Rockliff described his seminar, “We covered the exact activities being done by the musicians who are being successful expanding their careers with the Internet. We talked about social media and and exactly how to use it, with step-by-step strategies.” Rockliff has given similar seminars in the past, but updated this one to reflect cutting edge internet strategies.
The seminar was hosted in the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville’s hall, and for good reason. The Celebrity Centre has a mission to help artists, and does so in a practical manner. President of the church, Corinne Sullivan, says, "We have seminars like this all of the time to help artists.” She pointed out a passage by Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard: “The artist has an enormous role in the enhancement of today’s and the creation of tomorrow’s reality.”
For more information on upcoming seminars to help artists at the Church of Scientology, call Julie Brinker at 615-687-4600. For more on Tony Rockliff, visit his website www.indietrak.com.