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8 Essentials For A Long And Lucrative Music Career

February 10th, 2020 by
Long and Lucrative Music Career Gold Records Hall of Fame

Many people dream about breaking into the music industry. The idea of making a living by playing music, possibly with fame and fortune, is something that has appealed to most people at some point in their life.

Unfortunately, those who do put in the time and effort to learn how to play music eventually find out how difficult it is. The music industry can be very tough; offering a great deal of reward for those who manage to achieve popularity but stark little for those that do not.

Here we will look at 8 essentials any aspiring musician must consider if they are hoping to create a long and lucrative music career.

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Important Music Industry Career Tips You Need to Know

March 20th, 2018 by

Music Industry Career ConcertEvery career sector is constantly changing and evolving, which is especially true for a music industry career. It has seen a multitude of changes over the past few years. With the rise of digital downloads and the internet, there are a new wave of opportunities and challenges for fresh faces to encounter in their music industry careers.

These tips will hopefully help you navigate the music industry and get a great start in your future career. (more…)

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    How many of these craft worthy details can you point to in the song? The title is up front, the first line of the chorus? It is repeated for memorability? The lyrics express a new way of presenting the familiar? They are clichŽ free? The lyrics paint vivid images with word pictures? The song/melody is short enough and simple enough to catch the listener’s ear and be recognizable the first time it’s heard? The song has a touch of suspense or mystery about it that pulls the listener in?