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Hey everyone. A new week - only have two videos left from the Loyola Marymount Music Career Development Panel. Today Eric Sheinkop is asked by a student "I used to think that luck was a golden egg that fell out of the sky, but latley I have realized that luck is when preparation meets opportunity. Do you think this is the case and how can you relate?"
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For singer and songwriter Randy Wilson, a career in music has been a dream deterred. Often being criticized in the past as sounding too much like Luther Vandross, this R&B artist eventually turned to a job as a truck driver to make a living. “I’m on the highway a lot,” Wilson says, “Sometimes I’m tired and thinking of things to keep me motivated so I can get from one point to the next. That’s when I think of most of my songs. I used to think I couldn’t write unless I was in my truck.”
Now, after honing his new signature sound, Randy Wilson is reviving his promising music career which he has abandoned twice before, poised and ready to step back onto the music scene and realize his dream.
He and Producer, Robert Anderson, just wrapped up his second project “Up Close and Personal” for which he wrote all the songs. Randy recently shared the stage at the Conga Room in LA with R&B greats Stevie Wonder, Lenny Williams, D’Wayne Wiggins of Toni! Tony! Tone!, Jamie Fox and Raphael Saadiq in a benefit fundraiser and received kudos for his performance.
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Today we will bring you the beginning where Eric introduces himself, gives you a little info and background about him and his companies and then answers the question "What happened to you to launch your success and do you have any tips for us?"
Today Eric Sheinkop talks about the most significant artist that he has worked with and how that relationship was formed.
Today Eric Sheinkop talks about the current state and the future of the music industry.
Today Eric Sheinkop is asked "With record sales down, is there still money to be made from recorded music?" He also explains the role of Independent artists in the licensing world.
Today Eric Sheinkop was asked by a student "Can you rely on hype to become a successful musician?"
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