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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.

Backup, Backup, Backup

Whenever people tell you about the importance of creating backup files for presentations and essays or even backing up your computer or phone, we tend to shrug it off; at least, I did. But let me tell you, sometimes learning a lesson the hard way is the only way the message gets through. Here’s what…

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Patience is a Virtue

Our Music Industry Insiders podcast series has been well underway for the past three weeks! It feels great to see our team work towards our goals for this project that we envisioned together at the start of our internship. The purpose of this project is to interview people who are currently working in the music…

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Music Industry Insiders Podcast: Episode One

Podcast episode numero uno is done!  Music Industry Insiders: Episode One. Guest One: Josh Ferrer.  I have to be honest, there were a couple of moments there where I didn’t think we’d be able to get a single episode of Music Industry Insiders off the ground. Between our interns’ computers not being compatible with our soundboard, our…

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A Hard Knock Life: Abandoned In The Studio

“It’s a hard knock life for us!” Admittedly, I don’t know what it’s like to be an orphan like Annie, but I can’t help but say that some days in the studio leave me feeling pretty abandoned. It’s not that I’m feeling abandoned by our studio manager or any of my fellow interns, but rather,…

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