Women Who Rock at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
The latest exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is a groundbreaking and provocative new exhibit that illustrates the roles women have played in music, both in the past and present. The Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power exhibit showcases how women have been the driving force behind the change and creation of popular music over the years. The interactive show presents more than 70 artists and fills two entire floors of the museum, highlighting the flashpoints, the firsts, the best – and occasionally the lesser-known women – who helped move rock and roll…Music Mediums – A Brief History
The music industry wasn’t always mp3s downloaded to your iPod. There were many mediums through which the music industry evolved to get to where it is now.An In Depth Look Into the Unbeatable Neuman TLM 103 Microphone
The versatility of recording systems is becoming more demanding on the quality of equipment used. With such needs surging, Neuman TLM has just come at the right time. It has been designed to be carried around very easily; and that is why it only weighs 1.1 pounds.Indie Music Publicity – 4 Vital Tips to Getting Your Own Effective Music PR
This indie music publicity article outlines information on how to get effective indie music publicity. It details 4 vital steps that should not be ignored when doing your own DIY music publicity.Music Industry Stress – How to Reach Creative Flow When You’re Out of the Jet Stream
Well, I live in one of those resort communities, and a very politically conservative area, however, in many of the cities near here there are folks who are extremely liberal, and many of them come from industries such as the entertainment sector. In fact, I’ve met movie stars, TV stars, and even rock stars in the Valley here. Some come on vacation, summer snowbirds, and some live here all year round now in retirement.