3 Things To Never Talk About On Stage or Your Live Stream

Authenticity and inhibition are often hallmarks of a great performer, but even when showing your ‘true self’ there are some things its better to leave out of your stage banter.. Continue reading

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How City Winery Music Venues Are Working To Reopen Safely [VIDEO]

City Winery operates premier intimate music venues in seven cities across the country and like all live venues they’ve been hit hard by the coronavirus shutdown. But now, City Winery. Continue reading

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Video Gaming Offers The Keys To Virtual Concert Success

The Fortnite event of 2019 proved that virtual concerts could be a success, but in order for the music industry to drive this idea forward, they need the help of the gaming. Continue reading

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Planning An International Tour For Your Band

Although actually embarking on an international tour may seem like a far off possibility, this current downtime is the perfect opportunity to take some time and carefully map out a. Continue reading

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Forget Drive-Ins, Hotel Balconies Are New Best Places To Watch A Concert

Hotel balconies are being used as private viewing box suites for a Canadian concert series and its a concept that could be easily replicated by thousands of other hotels. Event. Continue reading

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Music Advocacy Groups Call For Antitrust Investigation Of Live Nation, Liberty Media

 The Artist Rights Alliance, Center for Digital Democracy, and Future of Music Coalition have joined forces to call on the House Judiciary Committee to investigate what they claim are Live. Continue reading

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WILL THIS EVER END? Bars In CA, TX, FL Closed Again, States Add Travel Restrictions

There had been small glimmers of hope for the touring industry over the last week. Bars and nightclubs were starting to reopen, albeit at reduced capacity. Now that hope is. Continue reading

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ARTISTS RIGHTS ALLIANCE: Tired Of Being Exploited, Artists Are Finally Doing Something About It

Musicians are taking their futures into their own hands, and thanks to the Artist Rights Alliance, they are finally doing it in a coordinated way. By Bobby Owsinki of Music. Continue reading

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Marc Geiger Exits WME, Lucy Dickins Named Music Co-Head

On Thursday, WME confirmed reports that had been circulating this week that Marc Geiger, WME Partner and Worldwide Head of Music, is exiting the company after 17 years. “Under Marc’s. Continue reading

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5 Ways To Bring Concerts & Tours Back [Video]

While few think that a “Herd Immunity Music Fest” is there answer, there are ways that some version of touring can resume in the near future. Guest post by James. Continue reading

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