In “They Call Me Supermensch” Shep Gordon offers a fascinating and entertaining look at his life and remarkably legendary career in film, food, and music. Click here to learn more.
William Paterson University’s music biz program produced “I Want My ’80s: The Best of MTV’s Ladies” in April, 2018. Featuring Taylor Dayne, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, MTV’s Mark Goodman, and others, the show raised over $12,600 for scholarships. Click to watch!
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.
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 playlist Inspires MBA Student at William Paterson University to overcome life’s obstacles.Anthony Miller recognized the need for an Ultimate Playlist to inspire us to reach unimaginable possibilities.
Click to see what Kristina Rigamonti’s favorite songs are from her ultimate playlist!
This past Monday, March 30th, the Pop majors held their third showcase titled “Now That’s What I Call Pop! 3.” Here’s a recap of how the night went down!
Get excited for the upcoming William Paterson Pop Showcase on March 30th by checking out music by some of the performers at Now That’s What I Call Pop 3! Click to hear and see some great tunes!
The WP Popular Music Studies program is hosting its 3rd Pop showcase titled “Now That’s What I Call Pop! 3″ on March 30th at 7 pm in the Shea Auditorium. Did you mark it on your calendar? Click for details.
The Popular Music program has announced the full line-up for their third showcase, Now That’s What I Call Pop 3! What are you doing on March 30th at 7pm?