A two-day workshop is being run by Australian music producer, Kelvin Fahey, for past and present Solo Icon contestants.

The workshop's focus is on the intricacies of song writing, as well as an introduction to copy right protection, to ensure artists get due credit for their work.

Mr. Fahey, who is President of Hardrush Music, today focused on marketing and promotion.

The workshop is part of help given to prepare Solo Icon finalists for the Solo Icon Grand Final on Sunday night.

Also present at the workshop are former Solo Icon winners, David Auna and Fay Indu.

Mr. Fahey's visit to Solomon Islands is supported by the Australian High Commission, in cooperation with the Ministry of Women, Youth and Children's Affairs and Global Youth Leadership Nexus.