In this podcast, Serona describes her experiences with EMI and Warner Music, her role in developing IFPI’s “Global Release Identifier (GRiD),” and her special way of honoring the recently passed musical icon, Prince. Click!
My name is Tré, and I am a student at William Paterson University, I am working to become a songwriter and an executive at a PRO, and music is my life. I have been infatuated with music since I was born. I played drums before I could […]
It is amazing to think about the long lasting influence many musicians have had on people long after their lifetime. Click to read more on the power of music.
Read how the power of music shapes our culture and influences us to engage more! Check out DJ Fade’s interpretation of what the power of music can do for us and why its important to listen carefully.
For years, musicians such as Chuck Berry & Janis Joplin have been breaking down barriers of race, gender, and sexual inequality in the music industry. The industry would not stand as it does today without the contributions of older and more current artists. Click here to learn more about the artists who have changed the music industry and the world around it!
Brown House is a New York-based jazz quartet consisting of an array of international musicians including WPU students South African vocalist and kalimba player Vuyo Sotashe and Ukrainian pianist and keyboard player Fima Chupakhin. Read more by clicking away.
Greg Lemaire is a senior at William Paterson University, and his major is popular music with a minor in music management. His inspiration comes from artists such as John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Stevie Wonder, and several pop punk bands such as The Wonder Years and All Time Low. Click and read some more.
Joel Rodriguez has never been certain about what he wants to do in the future, but he knows that he wants to be a part of the music industry. Check out the profile of this guitarist and WPU Music Biz student.