Monthly Archives: November 2010

Outstanding in Your Field

Underneath, and all around the solitary tree in this beautiful photo is an ecosystem supporting not only the tree, but every living thing in the fertile ground around it. This is what a music career should look like in all … Continue reading

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Jenn Costantino Performs December 1 in New York

Jenn Costantino Singer/songwriter Performing December 1, 2010 Arlene’s Grocery 95 Stanton Str , NY Time : 8:00 Admission : $10 Music style – pop/rock/vocalist Full Band Show ! “Her voice is as golden as her hair , as stunning as … Continue reading

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SixGun Studios: #MM Feature

The Attributes of an Artist Any artist in any medium would be blessed to have just one or two of these attributes: An exceptionally good ear for music. A keen awareness for images that speak.  A quick wit. Razor-sharp writing couched in uncanny wisdom.  Sensitive story telling in … Continue reading

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How Valuable Is The Music You Create?

Many music administrators have complained over the past several months that artists bombard their social media accounts, not with requests, but demands the administrator listen to their music and take some form of action. Lately, that trend has been spilling … Continue reading

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Zen and the Art of Acknowledgment

Zen, like art, is a practice. One cannot talk about the philosophy of this practice. Instead you must learn from observation of the results of your own actions and inactions. You just have to do it. Thank you is the … Continue reading

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Clipping Coupons for Music: Part One

 Somewhere over the past several days I read that an indie record label is kicking off a major promotion giving out coupons for free music downloads at a local coffee house. Really? We’re clipping coupons or giving them out in … Continue reading

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Battle Hymn of the Republic

Today is Veteran’s Day, 2010. I’ve been thinking about it since I woke up. The significance of this day is to honor our veterans in their ultimate sacrifice to keep our nation free. Though my grandfather, Walter C. Stout, served … Continue reading

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