Posts filed under: Music Industry

A while back on facebook I saw that Sean Hales had shared a status that to be noticed in the music industry, it will take at least 10 years. I remember reading in Lucille Ball’s biography that she said the...
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Just saw this article about Baby it’s cold outside being pulled by a radio station in the Cleveland Ohio and felt I had to comment on it — it is a song that I’ve always struggled with ….. be sure...
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We are excited to announce that we will be moving into a bigger space soon for our Musical Theatre program — which means MORE SPOTS for your children. We are thrilled! Sign up today and refer friends and family If...
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  A question that keeps coming up in my artist consulting is — “is being signed to a label even worth it anymore in this day and age?” For me after a short period of being a signed artist, I...
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Sales Vs. Branding Before you read my blog post and what this means for a musician — please read #garyvee article first Soooo how does this relate for musicians or anyone really! Example … An artist creates an album —...
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Although we thought that once Kiwanis Festival would be over, things would settle down for the studio …. things have been just as busy so blogging has taken a back burner as we focused on on community involvement ….. For...
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Our CEO Natalia Pardalis has been added to a popular spotify playlist — it has a mix of great music — be sure to add it on your spotify Huge thank you to the Lander PR team for setting it...
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I wanted to write this a bit earlier but with all the preparation of Kiwanis Festival for my students, I kept running out of time. It was my first time experiencing the Juno in person – to be honest I...
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Last night, I had the opportunity to attend an amazing concert at the Rio (so glad that theatre was saved), such an iconic location in Vancouver. It was a wonderful tribute to George Dalaras by local Greek Musicians. They took...
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