In this week’s Music Biz wrap up, we take a look at lessons from a Warner Music Group visit. We’re offered links and find out about pianist Bill Charlap is up to. Give a click and learn a thing or three.
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.
Click this link to read about the crazy uniting powers of MUSIC! by Gina Royale.
Katie talks about what secret road does for artists, the dark side of being an artist manager, and how she created her own opportunities in the biz. Click!
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.
The most powerful music is the kind that helps people express their own feelings,and incites an emotional response. The ultimate example of this power is when music is the basis of a social movement. Music’s power lies in it’s ability to reach our deepest emotions and inspire us to act and feel.
Sara Bareilles could be considered to be one of the most talented, genuine, and creative singer/songwriters in music today. It’s evident her music is influenced by artists like Carol King, while her way of story telling through song has inspired me in my own songwriting Click to read more.
Click to read more on why Black Sabbath are considered the godfathers of heavy metal
Jay-Z exemplifies what it means to be an entrepreneur. He not only is one of the biggest selling hip hop artists of all time, but he is his own business. Click to read more!
Wanna know what a Pop Major at William Paterson listens to, check out Yasmin Azhir’s Spotify playlist!! It’s full of songs you want to know. Click!