Bob Dylan Speaks As You’ve Never Him Before at The 2015 MusiCares Awards Show
Bob Dylan was honored by MusiCares, the charity organization that aids musicians in need. He received the “Person of the Year Award” and he talked about how much the organization means to him and how they have helped many people. In his acceptance speech that lasted 30 minutes he contradicted his detractors and thanked his supporters. He spoke humbly and whole-hearted of the many people who believed in his songwriting and recorded his songs. The total information that he imparted tells so much about Bob Dylan and who he is and is a detailed historical explanation of music history. Bob Dylan is an artist who truly understands music and made noteworthy contributions to our beloved music profession. His exemplary knowledge of all kinds of music genres is awesome.Asserting the Power of the Music Industry: An Ultimate Source of Debauchery and Decadence
Elders of today seem so sad when youths play music from different gadgets ranging from handsets to iPods. Why? Music, for ages, has been a source of expression.How iTunes Hurt Music Lovers
The other day I was browsing through iTunes, trying to build up my Jazz collection, and it had occurred to me that I hadn’t yet downloaded “Miles and Quincy Live at Montreux”. So I typed in the name of the album in the search bar in the upper right hand corner of the app, and there it was in the blink of an eye. This made me laugh for two reasons, the first was because I was amazed iTunes had this album, and two because I remembered a time when Miles at Montreux was almost impossible to find. This sudden realization also made me a little sad, because I realized that iTunes had taken away one of the things that I used to enjoy about being a music lover, the search.Start Making Money From Your Music Today
Emerging artist? Hungry to entertain? Here are a few steps you can take to start making noise on the streets and get some coin in your pocket today.How to Sell Your Songs To Country Music Artists
Do you want to have your song recorded by a country artist like Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton or Taylor Swift? Wouldn’t it be nice to make big money from royalties every time your song is played on the radio? How great would it be to have the respect of your friends knowing you’ve written hit songs, and experiencing the lifestyle that goes with being a highly successful songwriter?