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Guidance courtesy of Bob Lefsetz

on July 11th, 2018 Leave a Comment

This post arrived in our inbox and we knew we had to share it with you. Read on for some pertinent guidance from industry veteran Bob Lefsetz. BE AN INDIVIDUAL Make a difference, have your own ideas, if your only goal is to get along you’ll be left behind. GET AN EDUCATION Mostly in school, […]

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5 Steps to Writing an Effective Music Marketing Plan

on April 2nd, 2018 Leave a Comment

A local music band creating awareness for their music on a local street (Source: https://pixabay.com/en/musician-music-country-music-ibiza-1518572/) Marketing is the core aspect of business in the $15 billion recording industry. It must be perfected for anyone to draw success out of their music. Marketing, primarily the attraction of buyers, in the music industry is creating a fan […]

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Indie Rock Band Nevrlands Inks Deal With Eleven Seven Music Picks Up Management By Benji Madden and Rene Mata

on November 14th, 2017 Leave a Comment

Long Island Rock Act Nevrlands Signs Management Deal And Record Deal After Music Gorilla Showcase Performance Nevrlands Band Members with Co-Managers Rene Mata and Benji Madden Ink Deal With Eleven Seven Music “Music Gorilla gave us the incredible opportunity to showcase ourselves to music industry professionals, it was through them that we secured a record […]

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10 Signs You Were Gonna Grow Up to Be a Musician

on July 14th, 2017 Leave a Comment

We were all that kid. We probably still are that kid. 1.Your drawer of graphic band tees was more like a closet.   2. When you learned to play the recorder in elementary school you became addicted to the strong emotional reactions your music produced.   3. You’re Mom had to remind you to practice […]

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Making It In Music

on June 15th, 2017 Leave a Comment

Pointers on what’s important in today’s music climate and how to have a successful career. Courtesy of Bob Lefsetz Making It In Music 1. Melody I know, I know, we live in an era of beats. But the public wants something they can sing along with. The biggest act in the business is Adele, and […]

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Modern Marketing

on January 22nd, 2017 Leave a Comment

Marketing is difficult. In this day and age you’re competing against more voices than ever for attention. This is true for business owners, celebrities, writers and of course, musicians. This post has great advice to help you take a look at what you should be doing to market your music and where. Originally posted by […]

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Music as an Enhancement to Education

on December 7th, 2016 Leave a Comment

For the past decades, studies have been conducted to develop the effect of music on the enhancement of learning abilities. Music is a form of art. A well-rounded curriculum and a complete education system require an essential contribution of arts. Arts play important functions in boosting the creative abilities of children and adults and exploring […]

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How to Use Social Media to Leverage Your Industry Contacts

on September 30th, 2016 Leave a Comment

The phrase “It’s who you know, not what you know” is one that appears in most areas of industry, but nowhere is it more relevant than in music. Success in this world requires a well-oiled team working together to create exciting sounds and expertly getting them out for the world to hear. This is why […]

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10 Times Gear Stole The Show From Famous Artists

on August 31st, 2016 Leave a Comment

10 Times Gear Stole The Show From Famous Artists This blog is powered by LANDR instant mastering. Signup for a LANDR account today and get 1 free WAV master. Sometimes you play the gear. And sometimes the gear plays you. Live gear setups rule. It’s the first thing I check when I get to a […]

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Getting Our Attention part 2

on May 30th, 2016 Leave a Comment

This post was originally published by Bob Lefsetz, republished with permission. START SMALLBig time publicity is for big time acts. Not only will most major outlets not cover you, if they do, people will think you’re a hype. Better to start small and hit singles rather than home runs, better to activate a core fan […]

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