WP Music Biz student Alexa Rae Gallagher explains why Bette Midler is her top musical influence. Click, read, and see if you agree!
Hey, it’s Jess(E) Frank! I am sharing the mixtape aka playlist of my absolute fave songs. Get ready to rock your socks off!!!
Entertainment attorney Ronald Bienstock will be the October 22, 2014 guest on the always awesome Music Biz 101 & More radio show on WPSC-FM. You’ve just got to tune in or click the link to stream it live. You’ll be a better person because of it.
Here’s your weekly Music/Entertainment Industry social media wrap-up, with Mandy Kaling, $500K Twitter jobs, links to everything you need to know (almost) about today’s top managers, cool pics & more. Click on the link. Seriously.
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.
John Lennon was a musical genius and great influence to our generation. As a songsmith, guitarist, revolutionist and dreamer he helped change the world. MBA Music Management candidate Al Cohen explains why.
Listen to some great music and watch a couple of sick videos by a great artist named Lindsey Stirling, find out a little bit about me, and discover why I think she’s so awesome.
WP Music Biz student Jenette Elizabeth grew up listening to many styles of music. Here’s a playlist of her favorite songs that ranges from Alison Krauss and Alan Jackson, to Evanescence and Three Days Grace, to Imogen Heap and Cirque Du Soleil…and everything in between! Maybe there’s a song you would like…? Click to find out!
Howard Freeman, Executive Producer of the Quick Chek NJ Festival of Ballooning, will be the Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest on Wednesday, October 15. Be sure to listen live over the air or via stream. Click to find out how.
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.