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Apollo Dawn – Tom Shearwood & Maisie Johnson Graduate with 1st Class Honours

We’re very proud that on Wednesday the 15th of July 2015, our very own Tom Shearwood and Maisie Johnson of Apollo Dawn graduated from Salford University with 1st Class Honours Degrees in Music: Popular Music and Recording.

We’re sure that their achievements will provide a great grounding and a firm foundation for their work with Apollo Dawn.

The incredible efforts required to achieve their 1st Class Honours Degrees were managed between gigs, festival performances and the studio recording their debut EP.

On the unique Salford University Graduate Course in Music: Popular Music and Recording, there’s just no way of rescuing an earlier lack of effort with a fantastic dissertation. In terms of simply the number of hours dedicated to producing a huge portfolio of work, few other courses can be as demanding.

Well done to everyone who graduated from The Salford University, Music: Popular Music and Recording course, and good luck with your future ventures in the music industry.

To listen to a sample of the performance and technical abilities developed at Salford University, please visit the Apollo Dawn website by CLICKING HERE

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