In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, we talk about the need for a proper will, the evolution of windowing, the profit made from our ’80s show, and much more. Please. Do the right thing. Click.
Mark Goodman, original MTV VJ, explains on video why YOU need to attend “I Want My ’80s: The Best of MTV’s Ladies” concert fundraiser on Friday, April 6th. Click, watch the video, and buy your tickets. Do it, silly person. Do it!
In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, we talk about troubles between ASCAP and one of its former songwriters. We delve into bankruptcies and financial difficulties. We give you a great podcast with Rob Fusari. And much more. Please click and be happy!
In this special two-hour episode, Grammy Award-winning songwriter/producer Rob Fusari talks about his biggest musical influences of the ’80s. From how Van Halen’s David Lee Roth influenced his work with Lady Gaga to the guitar riff in “Bootylicious,” the stories and lessons are fun, interesting and important. Click and listen!
Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, formerly of Run DMC, has been added to the “I Want My ’80s: The Best of MTV’s Ladies” lineup. Also featured are Taylor Dayne, The Waitresses guitarist/songwriter Chris Butler, Grammy winner Rob Fusari, and emcees Mark Goodman and Lori Majewski. Click for details!
Tune in or stream live today’s special Music Biz 101 & More radio show, which features an interview with Grammy Award-winning songwriter/producer Rob Fusari. From noon to 2pm EST. Do it!
I Want My ’80s: The Best of MTV’s Ladies music show rocks the Shea Center for Performing Arts on Friday, April 6th at 7:30 PM. Join emcees Mark Goodman (original MTV VJ) and Lori Majewski (SiriusXM) as they host an evening celebrating the best female artists of the early-MTV era.
Click to look at some amazing images from the March 24, 2017 “I Want My ’80s: The Best of MTV’s Early Years” show at William Paterson University. Who do you recognize?
Want to see great pictures of your I Want My ’80s: The Best of MTV’s Early Years band? Yes, you do. So click and look and enjoy!
Why go to “I Want My ’80s: The Best of MTV’s Early Years”? Because of the video you are about to see. Please click and be a good person. Thank you.