I’m Marsha Sponheimer and music has been a huge impact on my life. Part of this impact has to do with Kelly Clarkson. Click to see why!
Corey Glover, lead singer of Living Colour, spoke to students recently at William Paterson University about songwriting and collaboration. Click for more.
Here’s your weekly Music/Entertainment Industry Social Media Wrap-Up. From Prince to Pop to a great new music biz podcast, it’s all here. Click, read, and experience the wonders of the music & entertainment biz.
On March 24th from 7:30-9:30, many Pop Music Majors will be showcasing their songwriting abilities in the Shea Music Building. I know- why would you want to go see a show featuring musicians you’ve never heard of before? There are actually three reasons why you absolutely should.
Good music is timeless. It has no limit to its life span. Good music leaves an impression and leaves its listener wanting more. Good music should entertain its listener every time they hear it. Do you agree?
Unless you’re just making it for yourself, it is impossible to make a playlist of your favorite songs that is easy for others to listen to and keep interest in. However, I’m hoping I have made something that comes pretty close to achieving just that.
A singer of many styles, Allison McKenzie has that special intangible quality many artists lack. Check out this profile of this special WPU Music Biz student.
Sarah Dinetz is a sophomore currently studying Pop Music and English-Writing at William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ. Her future includes songwriting and world domination. Click to read more.
I recently had the opportunity to interview my really talented classmate, Kioshi! Kioshi Burgess is a multi-talented performer from Bermuda who is currently a student at William Paterson. Click on the link to check out the interview.
True Talent, Old Soul, and Striving passion. All three characteristics that Pop/R&B singer/Songwriter, Zach Matari holds to make it big in such a vast industry. He got the chance to perform with fifth Harmony and R5 and recently opened up for Mr. You-Should-Let-Me-Love-You himself, Mario.