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Tuesday November 15, 2016. 08:08 PM
  With the New Year just around the corner, it’s likely time to renew your music licensing agreements. But this industry is under some major changes that could impact all businesses. In June of 2016, the Department of Justice proposed changes to the Consent Decrees. These...
Monday November 14, 2016. 07:13 AM
For the past few years trumpeter Niko Segal has gone by his stage name “Donnie Trumpet.” But after Tuesday’s election, he couldn’t take it anymore The Chicago musician posted on his website (which is now instead of and social media pages...
Saturday November 12, 2016. 02:00 PM
John Morabito | Call For Contributors Robert Lanterman | Three Ways The Internet Hates Your Band Wes Walls | Optimizing Your Band Website For SEO John Morabito | My Favorite Free Resources For Drum Teachers
Calling All Musicians! RMRS Call for Contributors If you’re looking for an additional place to share some of your content our blog Rivington Music is looking for one time and regular contributors. Topics may include album or music releases, How-To Guides, product reviews,...
Friday November 11, 2016. 03:21 AM
I am 24 years old and have a marketing job, college education, cute girlfriend and parent’s rockin’ health insurance. So I guess I have absolutely no place to talk about how hard my life is or how difficult it is to get my music out there into the hands of people who would ra...
Wednesday November 9, 2016. 03:40 PM
This post was written by Wes Walls and originally appeared on the Bandzoogle Blog. If SEO is important to you as a musician, then having a website for your band is arguably the most important factor. But just having one isn’t quite enough. You need to optimize it for search e...
Monday November 7, 2016. 11:00 AM
Giving drum lessons is an exciting and rewarding activity, whether you’re teaching professionally, just earning a little extra cash on the side, or simply trying to inspire the next generation of drummers. It can also be a difficult task. Knowing how to play the drums...
Saturday November 5, 2016. 11:00 AM
Janelle Rogers | 7 Common Themes To Secure Music Blog Coverage Dixie Somers | Rock Locker: How Your Band Can Use A Storage Unit To Rehearse Melanie Kealey| How To Write An Effective Musician Bio (With Examples!) Nissim Elias | Is It Time To Save Music?  
Wednesday November 2, 2016. 04:11 PM
This article appeared first on Green Light Go.  It can often be overwhelming when you’re building a press list for your band. How do you know if the blog will cover you? Why aren’t they covering you? What are they looking for? Take a look at the seven common themes below to...
Tuesday November 1, 2016. 04:12 PM
Being in a band already has many challenges of its own. Finding the right spot to rehearse is just the first of dozens. Playing in your garage can irritate the neighbors and even get you in trouble with the law due to noise complaints. Studios are great, but can be very...
Monday October 31, 2016. 12:43 PM
This post was written by Melanie Kealey ​and originally appeared on the Bandzoogle Blog. One of most important pages on your website is your bio page. But a lot of bands get stuck at the part where you have to actually write about yourself! This is not an easy thing to do, ...
Is it time to Save Music? When music became just another track out of million others — —  that’s when it lost its artistic value.   save-music-|   In an article recently published by Paul Resnikoff, he wraps up the facts that detail all the problems...
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Saturday October 29, 2016. 02:00 PM
John Morabito | How To Start A Band In NYC Purple Cow | Is There Room For Old Fashioned Values In Today’s Music Industry? Reid Foster |10 Easy Ways To Support Your Favorite Bands Sparkplug Team | 10 Tips For Working With Tough Promoters
Friday October 28, 2016. 07:39 PM
It’s no coincidence that so many aspiring musicians live in New York City. The Big Apple is one of the best places in the world for any type of artist to be successful. If you’re already living in one of the five boroughs, you’re on the road to making your musical dreams...
Getting a record deal has never been easy. Even back in the days when the A&R man was your friend and an artist could make a substantial living from physical sales alone - you still had to be discovered, and nurtured, by someone with clout, connections, resources and...
Wednesday October 26, 2016. 01:42 PM
A fan of Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad recently asked “Wouldn’t you, the band, make more profit if I order a CD instead of getting it from iTunes, where a large portion of it goes to Apple?” First of all, hats off to @marino2210 for asking such a thoughtful and...
Monday October 24, 2016. 11:14 PM
Every hometown has them – the notoriously “tough” promoter. Once you can connect with them, find your way into their good books, and show your value - they can become a useful ally as you build your budding career. But, if you don’t and find yourself on their black list, you...
Saturday October 22, 2016. 01:00 PM
Karl Heimer | Tips For Advanced Drumming  Erin Taylor | How Your Choice Of Music Affects Productivity Dixie Somer | Music On The Floor: 5 Things To Do Before Your First DJ Gig Jon Ostrow | How To Get More Fans On YouTube Alex Cowles | 7 Things I Wish Somebody Had Told ...
Friday October 21, 2016. 07:04 PM
This massive amount of information can be deceiving because students think they have to watch it all. But that’s not the reason we have so many different lessons. The reason we have so many different lessons is because there are so many different drummers who all want to...
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