With each passing day, you hear more and more about how music has helped individuals overcome and/or cope with emotional trauma and mental illnesses, even saving lives in some cases. Dive into the stories that define turning points and the power of music here!
The power of music, and its impact, is shown when a song has the ability to bring back specific memories, or help you when nothing else can. Click to find out which song of 2017 showed the power and awareness music can bring to the world!
Music Biz Going Back To Music Biz In 2018 That’s right! For a third consecutive year, William Paterson University’s Music Biz folks are going to the Music Biz 2018 in Nashville. You can go with us! Just sign up for the summer class called The Nashville Music Biz. We have both undergrad and MBA classes…
Dom Anderson, Muse Tour Manager, explains what she thinks the most important aspect of the biz an artist manager needs to know. Click!
We Are the World: Artists for Haiti is a collaborative re-imagination of the original recording of the song, produced by Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson, that has continued to inspire and affect change across the world.
We don’t only need music so we can listen to something on the ride to work. We don’t only need music to pump up a party on a Saturday night. We need music for survival.
On November 27th, 2017, Royalty Flow announced that in its Regulation A+ IPO, fans or investors are able to buy shares. Royalty Flow intends to raise $11 million during the IPO. Click to see what this is all about.
Ben Weinman, guitarist & band leader of Dillinger Escape Plan, head of indie label Party Smasher, Inc. and Kimbra manager, is this week’s radio show guest! Click to listen live.
In this final Music Biz 101 Wrap Up of 2017, we look into whether Christmas music helps or hurts business, the Russian Rap music scene, how a 90 year old author gets her energy, and we get some tips from Muse Tour Manager Dom Anderson. Click!!
For over a year, rumors have been circulating that Apple has been planning to terminate its iTunes store to shift its focus towards streaming. But now, after purchasing Shazam for $400 million, it’s official – no more iTunes. Read to find out what’s happening to your collection of downloads!
Mike Mowery of Washington DC’s Outer Loop Management explains what he thinks the most important aspect of the biz an artist manager needs to know. Click and grow like a weed!