Selena Quintanilla is a true legend who’s legacy lives on , as she continues to break boundaries 22 years later after her passing. Click now to read how the queen of Tejano music continues to dominate the music industry.
Shep Gordon’s memoir takes readers along with him through numerous journeys within the world of entertainment. Click for a backstage pass to Supermensch!
In this episode, Sean Striegel, VP of Live Nation in NYC, talks about promoting shows big and small, using Groupon, what promoters actually do, concert security, and more. You’ve got to listen so you can get that Promotion 101 info.
With tinges of jazz, classical, gospel, rock & roll, R&B, and country, Bruce Hornsby’s songs contain a lush blend of American history and culture. Worth a read!
In this podcast, Ben Weinman of Dillinger Escape Plan and Giraffe Tongue Orchestra (he’s also the manager of Kimbra), talks about life on the road, self-managing his band, and more. You’ve got to click and listen!
Elena Lanza and Lucas Prata, two independent radio promotion veterans, are this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guests. Have questions? Tweet away! We’ll read them on the air (if they’re good!)
Halsey and frontman of Catfish and the Bottlemen, Van McCann have very unique ways of doing things. That uniqueness influences many on the daily. Click here to read a first-hand account of their influence!
This week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up includes what’s going on with the radio industry vs. Global Music Rights PRO, an interview with HBO’s CEO, & more. Click!
Your Professor David Kirk Philp was quoted (again) about Taylor Swift and her switch from country to pop. Why the obsession? And what’s next for Ms. Swift? Click to read.
Kesha’s story, an ultimate example of just how powerful speaking out about injustice in the music and entertainment industry can be. Read on to be empowered!