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

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

04 DJ Biggy Will, LA’s newest DJ

04 DJ Biggy Will, LA’s newest DJ
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DJ Biggy Will is one of LA’s hottest new DJs! Twenty year old Will Moreno was born and raised in Whittier, California, but when the sun goes down, Will Moreno becomes Read More …

02 Christian Sanchez: Founder, Urban Vinyl

02 Christian Sanchez: Founder, Urban Vinyl
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Christian Sanchez, along with friend and business partner Seth Fontaine, co-founded Urban Vinyl. The Azusa Pacific University Alumni took what was just a vinyl cleaning company and completely transformed it in order to provide an authentic music experience by creating a revolutionary kind of studio headphone.

01 Josh Ferrer: trumpeter, educator, arranger

01 Josh Ferrer: trumpeter, educator, arranger
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Josh Ferrer is a musician based out of the Los Angeles area. He is commonly referred to as “the workhorse” amongst some of his colleagues because of his versatility and flexibility to be able to play any style of music under any situation. Because of his versatility, Josh has become a successful and sought out trumpet player on the West Coast.

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 Read More …