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Archives for November 2014

Media: 6 Uses of this Onstage Tool

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Your 5 Onstage Tools

Our society is very visual. We see images and video everywhere we go, whether it’s waiting in a doctor’s office, walking through the airport, or standing in line to get our groceries. And it’s not unusual for media to be of varying quality. From professional videography to YouTube footage filmed on someone’s iPhone – we […]

Frustrated With Your Music Career?

I’ve been traveling a lot lately — meeting new people, connecting with old friends… seeing artists, industry, management, bands, producers… And on every side of the industry I hear the frustrations so many people are having with their music, their shows, and their careers! Recently, I talked to someone who has been in the industry […]

Alex Mills Song & Critique Review Video

It’s rehearsal, Tom says, so you poke around and try things out and see if you can take something that’s already pretty sweet, and make it even sweeter. And because it’s rehearsal, if something doesn’t work well — you don’t have to do it that way! Alex Mills, a Barbados artist, made a splash at […]

One In a Million: Charles Walker Band

Their fusion of sounds — funk, pop, R&B, Motown — into a unique, soulful feel, makes the Charles Walker Band one in a million! Though compared to an array of musicians (Prince, Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder, James Brown), their music retains deep gospel influences and positive lyrical messages. Charles Walker, on sax and keys, was […]

AJ Jansen: Creative Drive in a Winning Package

Talented. Edgy. Driven. Singer/songwriter AJ Jansen, whose style and voice have been compared to Jewel, Shania Twain, & Stevie Nicks, grew up in New England, being influenced by music at an early age. She began performing at age 6 and writing songs at age 10. At 18, she performed to an audience of 500… then […]