In this Music Biz 101 & More radio show podcast, Dave Lory talks about being a “cleaner” by managing difficult artists, his time managing Jeff Buckley and Courtney Love, and the importance of international markets. Click to hear another side of a personal manager’s life.
Here’s your weekly Music/Entertainment Industry social media wrap-up, with Jeff Zucker, Fania Records, cool pics, news about the Ice Bucket Challenge, Air Canada and violas, & more. Click on the link. C’mon. You know you can.
Hungarian violinist Zoltán Székely used western violin techniques in a unique way arranging Bartok’s compositions to keep the Hungarian phrasing & style. Click to check out some cool collaboration.
According to WP Music Biz Student, Bianca Russo, Lana Del Rey is “a breath of fresh air” and her biggest musical influence. If you’re unfamiliar with this artist, or if you agree with Bianca, click and do some listening. Rock on, Bianca!
In this episode of Music Biz 101 & More, Steve Corbin, VP of Content Development at WEA, talks about the relationship between music retail and distribution, tips for managers, and vinyl sales. Click if you want to be better than you are now.
Here’s your weekly Music/Entertainment Industry social media wrap-up, chock full of the stories you want to know about, like Lady Gaga lawsuits & symphony lockouts. Click on the link and get taken to a world where you’re better than everyone else!
How did I get to 10,000 streams on Spotify for one song? Click to find out all about it and see what lessons were learned along the way.
It’s College Radio Day. Click to hear ways you can listen in and celebrate with the rest of the world. Why not, right? Right.
“Keep On Keepin’ On” is a movie about WP Permanent Artist-in-Residence/legendary trumpet player Clark Terry and WP alum Justin Kauflin. Scenes take place at William Paterson and the film has already won awards at the Tribeca Film Festival. Click & watch the trailer and an interview with Director and WP alum Alan Hicks.
Bruce Springsteen has been a huge part of the music business for the last 40 years. Find out how Bruce Springsteen’s influence is still important today!
This Rocktober, we hope you take our advice on how to celebrate. Click on this post for some of the best ideas since the invention of fire. Then give us your ideas for the best ways to celebrate. There are 31 days, so let’s take advantage of the whole month.