Rolling Stone Magazine SA has laid down "the gauntlet". Miles Keylock, the enigmatic leader of South Africa's most prolific music publication, took time at Music Exchange 2013 to address the vibrant crowd in attendance. Keylock, who looks every bit the "Rock Star", told the masses that "I am ready to help" and "My door is always open, please come knock on my door".
The Rolling Stone session at Music Exchange 2013
was surely the highlight inside Day 2 of Music Exchange 2013, Africa's Premiere Music Conference held in it's #1 location, The City of Cape Town, South Africa. The conference, in its third year, was an eclectic display of information for the expert and novice alike. Rolling Stone Magazine stole the show on Day 2, with a panel of journalists and executives, dedicated to motivating the music community in SA.Miles Keylock
, the Editor-in-Chief, and leader of Rolling Stone's quest to energise the Artist community to reinvent itself, left the conference with his reason: "It's Because I Give a Shit."
And judging by the emergence of Rolling Stone Magazine as the most important music publication in SA history, Keylock's bold vision is not far off.