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10 Henry Alonzo: Music Entrepreneur, Creative Director, Music Supervisor

10 Henry Alonzo: Music Entrepreneur, Creative Director, Music Supervisor
Music Industry Insiders

 
 
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Henry Alonzo is the Founder and Chief Creative Officer at Adarga Entertainment Group; a company centered on providing the music industry services of artist development, publishing administration, marketing and consulting to independent artists, and record labels.

Some corporate clients and partners include: Sony Music, Integrity Music, Curb Records, Essential Music Publishing, HarperCollins, Arenas, MultiTracks and Univision.

Lyrics and Song Writing

Not everyone knows this about me, but I’ve been writing lyrics since I was 11 years old—ahem, I’m now 24, going on 25. Now, let me tell you, the most frustrating thing for an aspiring lyricist, besides writers block, is lacking the ability to write music. Sure, I took piano lessons as a kid and…

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Gotta Work It Out! Music Industry Insiders podcast

Before working at Idle Tuesdays, I had basically no previous experience recording anything professionally. For the past few weeks, Idle Tuesdays has been recording a podcast called Music Industry Insiders. In this podcast, we interview people that are actively participating in the music industry to hear their stories. I use Logic Pro on a regular…

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Up To My Ears In Gears: Our Gear!

Gear day!! This past month at idle Tuesdays the interns have been working hard to kickstart our new Facebook live video series! On Wednesday, we unpacked all the gear bins and did a run through of all the equipment we’ll be using, and what they are used for. The equipment well he using this spring…

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Music, Media, and Toilet Paper

The Idle Tuesdays Interns are in the HOUSEEEE! You heard it right! The Idle Tuesdays interns are in the house (or should I say studio?), and we’ve been off to a speedy start! Last Wednesday, the Idle Tuesdays interns started our first day in the studio and the next couple of months look nothing but promising.…

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