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Do you think you need Music Management? This video tells you what steps you need to take to make it music - without a Music Manager!
12 Mar 2010
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So how did Justin Bieber go from YouTube to "We are the World" in a year? Bieber tells Katie Couric the story.
21 Apr 2010
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“Music & Memories is an exciting extravaganza of Hit Songs, Broadway Show Tunes, Standards, and Movie Theme Songs from the 1940s to the 80s. “Music & Memories” a show of beautifully orchestrated and original arrangements by Robert Danzman of many songs you grew-up and fell in love with professionally performed by two talented vocalists: Milt Delgado and Robert Danzman. For your dancing, listening pleasure, or for any occasion, you will surely be pleasantly entertained and delighted by: The “Music & Memories” Show, Music at its finest that sparks cherished Memories” I look forward to hearing from you! (570) 848-1682
18 May 2010
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Nimbit is the industry’s leading direct-to-fan platform, powering the brands and businesses of over 15,000 successful artists, managers and emerging labels. A complete solution for fan marketing, sales and business management; Nimbit ensures long-term sustainability and success by fostering strong, interactive, lifelong and profitable fan relationships.
21 Apr 2011
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A rep for Gwyneth Paltrow reveals that record companies are still interested in signing her to a recording contract.
23 May 2011
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*******www.WeShopSongs**** - Playing Myself
3 Sep 2011
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(Image Source: benzinga) BY BRIAN BONDUS ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO Boeing closed the largest commercial deal in its history Tuesday. KOMO has the finalized details. “The deal with Indonesia-based Lion Air includes 201 737 max jets, and 29 next- generation 737's. It also includes an option to buy 150 more planes.” The total cost of the transactions — $22.4 billion. This is the largest order for Boeing in terms of total number of planes sold and in dollar value. Lion Air is located in the fourth most populated country in the world and Bloomberg reports the airliner will not have trouble finding customers. “The Jakarta-based company expected to carry 27 million passengers last year, an increase of 30 percent, and it has forecast future growth of about 15 percent a year.” Europe's Airbus was also competing for Lion Air’s business. Airbus has a fuel efficient aircraft that outsold Boeing’s 737 last year. Boeing responded with the 737 Max, a fuel efficient craft of its own. The Max aircraft make up the bulk of the new order. The Bangkok Post reports Boeing believes it’s worth competing for the Asian market. “Boeing expects Asia-Pacific airlines to lead growth in the global aviation industry, projecting orders of planes worth US$1.5 trillion over the next 20 years.” Boeing's deal with Lion Air does have some people concerned. 24/7 Wall Street cites some questions with the company. “Lion Air has a poor safety record. It cannot fly to EU nations because of concerns. The International Air Transport Association, the industry’s primary alliance, will not grant Lion Air’s application for membership. The reason, again, is safety.” Lion Air hopes to be allowed to fly in Europe again soon. Boeing’s 737 Max’s are still in testing and are scheduled for delivery in 2017.
15 Feb 2012
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This is a must listen to. The sequence from music business 101 real talk. Veteran industry promoter, artist, speaker and film director Kamal Imani manifest the perfect 4 step success formula for artist and musicians who are trying to succeed in the entertainment business. Check it out! Make sure you check out Beat 100 and Bless The Mic Magazine For more information/to book Kamal Imani contact Mr. Barksdale at 201-923-9213 Facebook Kamal.Imani
2 Jan 2013
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Real actual audition tape never intended for public viewing. Jewish rapper mc bagels tries to get hip hop rap record deal. you have to see this freakin' unbelievable private amateur video tryout singing song
15 Jan 2007
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The moment you've waited for is finally here: meet the next Nashville Star this Thursday at 10/9C on USA! With Joshua Stevens exiting the competition last time, it's come down to Angela Hacker, Zac Hacker and David St. Romain duking it out for the title ... and a record deal with WBR Nashville. And even before the big announcement, you'll be treated to another live performance from Jewel and all 10 of this season's contestants will join Randy Owen on stage for an all-sing! Tune in this Thursday at 10/9C to see who takes it all.
5 Mar 2007
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well i was chillin and decided to bust this tight ass flow for yall that i know youll feel and probably want to listen to in your car. i know i have some wicked skills but please no record deals... im only in it for the art man...
17 May 2007
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20 May 2007
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