One of the things that has vexed artists and labels in the digital age is how to excite a fanbase before a song or album is released. Sure, you can promote it, but our digital attention span is pretty limited so any pre-release promotion can fall by the ...

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Show.co Releases Pre-Save Me Tool To Encourage Fans To Pre-Save Upcoming Releases and more...

Show.co Releases Pre-Save Me Tool To Encourage Fans To Pre-Save Upcoming Releases

Show.co Pre-SaveOne of the things that has vexed artists and labels in the digital age is how to excite a fanbase before a song or album is released. Sure, you can promote it, but our digital attention span is pretty limited so any pre-release promotion can fall by the wayside before the release actually happens. Show.co, […]

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Let’s Improve The Press Section Of Your Website

Artist Website Press SectionIt’s amazing that so many brands (which includes artists and bands as well as companies) don’t have a proper “Press” section on their website that contains all the information that a journalist or blogger might need when writing a story. I speak from personal experience as a writer in that I’m always surprised with what I can’t find […]

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RIAA Goes After A Long List Of Music Piracy Sites

music piracyMusic piracy isn’t what it once was, but it’s still alive and well and the RIAA is trying to do something about it. In a letter to Elizabeth Kendall, the acting assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Innovation and Intellectual Property, the industry organization outlined  a number of “notorious” platforms that it claims infringes on its member’s IP. These are […]

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TV Composer Rich Tozzoli On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Rich TozzoliMy guest on my latest podcast is television composer and author Rich Tozzoli. Rich has written an incredible 16,000 music cues that have been used on more than 10,000 cue sheets on 714 television series! Rich is not only a great composer but he’s also a talented engineer as well, and the author of several […]

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Avenged Sevenfold Lawsuit Could Change Label Contracts Forever

Avenged SevenfoldIt doesn’t matter whether you know who Avenged Sevenfold is or not, the Huntington Beach, CA metal band is attempting something pretty rare in the music business that could end up changing how record label contracts are forever written. The band is challenging what’s known as the “7 year rule” that labels have employed in […]

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