Holiday Songs You Can Cover Without Paying A Dime

Cover songs can be controversial, as can holiday music, but year after year, providing a fresh take on an established song can help propel an artist to greater recognition. Here, we look at how recording certain royalty free songs can be used to your advantage to access a new set of listeners you might not otherwise be able to reach.

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10 Musical Charities To Donate To This Holiday Season

As always, one of the best gifts you can give this holiday season is a donation to charity, but with so many options out there, it can be difficult to. Continue reading

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What Is Facebook’s Explore Feed? + How To Reach 100% Of Your Fans

Organic reach on Facebook has dribbled down to an all-time low, which has made life difficult for page owners trying to connect with fans. The rollout of the Explore Feed. Continue reading

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Boston Based Record Co. Focuses On Access Not Profit

The Boston music scene is a lively, ever-changing one, but whether you're an engineer or a musician it can be a difficult environment to thrive in. Here we look at. Continue reading

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New Music: Local vs. National Releases

After sinking a massive amount of time and energy into crafting an album, it can be tempting to rush out and dump it on the market, but releasing new music. Continue reading

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Warner Music Group Reports Solid Quarterly Earnings, Streaming Revenue Up 47%

[UPDATE 2] Warner Music Group reported that revenue grew 8.0% in the quarter ending December 31st, 2016. Digital revenue contributed strongly to the earning jump rising 27.6% for the quarter. Overall net income. Continue reading

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MON. BRIEF: BMG Buys Broken Bow • WMG’s Blavatnik Eyes Film • Music Tech Forecast • More

Monday 1.30.17 Music Business News From Around The Web Warner Music Group paired again with a film studio could give it some distinct competitive advantages. Updated continuously under our More News tab

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Tidings Of Comfort, Joy, Forgiveness & Success: A Four-Part Exercise For Musicians

As 2016 comes to a close and a new year filled with possibilities begins, music pr maven and author Ariel Hyatt suggests pausing to reset and refresh your attitude, expectations. Continue reading

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How I Gained 10.5 Million YouTube Followers

Here one artist reflects on how he was able to cut through the noise of a crowded market and build a sizable fanbase on YouTube, largely by changing the way. Continue reading

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How To Use Video E-Cards For Holiday Music Marketing

If you're short on ideas for how to connect with fans and share content this holiday season, a well placed e-card can be just the thing to engage fans and. Continue reading

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