Monthly Archives: February 2012

Jenn Costantino Launches Kickstarter Campaign

Jenn Costantino launches Kickstarter Campaign New York, New York – February 22, 2012 Singer – songwriter, Jenn Costantino has launched a fund raising program on Kickstarter.com to help her finish production of her up-coming video. The video is for her next album’s … Continue reading

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No really. Why is your music important?

Out of curiosity, I listened to Linkin Park’s version of “Rolling In The Deep.” To say I was underwhelmed is putting it mildly. Why they covered it is a speculative matter. “Rolling In The Deep” works so well for Adele because … Continue reading

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Music Monday Potpourri

Every so often a small topic comes up that needs addressing…or  some discussion at a minimum. Small things don’t need a whole blog post, so here’s a potpourri of little things that make a difference in your music career. As … Continue reading

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What? You Didn’t Bring Your Fan Base?

Paying your dues in the music biz is a bit like being a clown or juggler entertaining the king and queen in medieval courts. Today, most club and venue owners are taking that same medieval approach toward music. They hire bands, … Continue reading

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Throwing The Book at The Old Booking Model

Time is running out for many on getting a jump start on their music careers. And the weakest link in nearly every single situation is booking. There are so few competent booking agents available to an over saturated music market, one … Continue reading

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