Unsigned Musicians – To Succeed in the Music Industry, Make Your Fans a Part of Your Story
If you, as an unsigned artist or band, rely solely on the quality of your music to engage fans you are courting disaster. Instead, start being creative in ways of making your fans feel that their effort and support are the deciding factors in whether you are successful or not. If you do, you may well find that their enthusiasm and dedication really does carry you to far greater success.Out of the Blue (But Yet Not Into The Black)
Rock’n’roll has had a profound impact throughout the world for generations. The first rock stars and their followers are now becoming senior citizens, in age only.The Latest Music Video Products: Music Videos Online
Music of any genre and style will find its listener. Modern technological progress called forth search of new ways of audio and visual transmission and upgraded means of self-expression.Splitting Songwriting Percentages in a Song
Deciding on how to divide songwriting percentages can be tricky at times. It’s difficult to determine who wrote what and what percentage of that contribution is worth. I suggest establishing percentage splits either before or directly after the song is written.Music: The World’s Worst Investment, And How You Can Get In On It!
Since the golden age of payola, investment bankers have laughed at music as the world’s dumbest investment. But while Wall Street gurus such as Lehman Brothers and Bernie Madoff guided their moneyed gentry into investments like AIG, General Motors, Worldcom, Adelphia and Enron, all under the watchful eye of the SEC, music companies were busy generating billions upon billions of dollars by selling products of tangible, objective value. Music! By the way, has anyone seen my check from the government for our loans to GM and AIG? I’m sure they owe each of us at least a Camaro and a health insurance policy by now.