Category Archive for: Music Blog

10 things every musician website should have

Article by Chris Robley Courtesy of Here is a checklist of things every musician website needs to have   1. An updated About page with multiple versions of your bio You should have a tweet sized description of your music and band, a slightly longer version (about a paragraph), and then the full-blown biography with…

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Music Didn’t Die…It Just Moved

Written by Matt Barnes Obviously, the last decade has seen a HUGE shift in how we procure and listen to music. Gone are the days of rummaging through the CD racks for the latest release. Shoot… I remember buying my first album on cassette! It was Milli Vanilli. I don’t want to talk about it.…

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How to License Your Music

Source: Aaron Davison, Licensing Your Music In TV and  Films My name is Aaron Davison. I’ve been writing songs for over fifteen years. I attended Berklee College of Music in the mid 1990’s where I majored in Songwriting and studied with some of the world’s most renowned Songwriting Professors, including both Pat Pattison and Jack…

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Holiday Travel: Bring the Gift of Music

Check out this great post by! Flying for the holidays? Planning to bring your instrument to help spread some holiday cheer? Don’t let an airline employee on the naughty list ruin your merriment. Before you dash away to the airport, check out The Recording Academy’s handy guide to the new federal rules for flying…

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Emily Hibard joins The Recording Academy – Los Angeles Chapter

In 2012, Emily Hibard founded Idle Tuesdays Recording Studio with one mission in mind: influence culture through positive music. Neither an artist nor an engineer, Emily’s role was to executive produce the albums Idle Tuesdays would one day create. Flagship recording artist Amy Krebs, best known for her American Idol Season 6 performances, recorded three…

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