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About Sunny


Based in London, Sunny is a graduate of the BA (Hons) in Music Management & Artist Development at Bucks New University in High Wycombe, obtaining a 2:1, including a First for his dissertation "Are Social Media likes & followers a true representation of an artist's popularity?" which is available to read on this blog for free.

Sunny has been involved in the Music & Entertainment Industry since 2005, starting as concert promoter In An Emergency Dial with local & upcoming bands, working up to hosting dates of National tours of established artists such as Bombay Bicycle Club, Wild Beasts, Ugly Duckling (USA) and many more. 

He has gone on to work International & National tours with International artists, been a shortlisting judge for the Next Big Thing competition (previously won by Ed Sheeran), competition judge for the Rocket From The East competition, was a guest on BBC News, has offered advice and support to upcoming artists from around the UK, as well as releasing and gigging his own music previously with bands Fiorentina and Founders and Mention Me

In recent years, Sunny has worked at Touch Tones Music Publishing, assisted AIM at the 2013 AIM Awards and twice aided Norwich Sound & Vision and worked alongside Dr Martens through Sonic Digital on their 'Stand For Something' Tour of 2015. He currently works as a Publishing Assistant at AMRA (American Music Rights Association) and is regularly invited to Music & Tech conferences, gigs and festivals (see Web Summit 2016).

In December 2016, it was announced that he was nominated for 'Best Independent Blog' at the annual UK Blog Awards in two categories: Arts & Culture and Education. Sunny proudly reached the final 8 in the Arts & Culture category.

Should you be looking for event or band advice, assistance with concerts or touring, or would like to invite Sunny to your conference, festival or concert - please don’t hesitate to contact Sunny via the Email link on the navigation bar.
About Sunny - Sunny Stuart Winter

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