Category: "The Music Business"


How to Listen to Music that Supports the Musicians You Love

Written by Daniel Kielman on

The 21st century is a great time to be a music lover. But it’s not such a great time for musicians. Not all of the new ways of finding and listening to music pay the artist well. If you care…

Social Media – 10 Tips on Making Your Musical Mark

Written by Chuck Goetschel - Founder & CEO of Rallio - www.rallio.com - on

Social Media – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and all the rest – is a fact of life these days, and you might be surprised how many ways it can be of value to you, even if you barely dip your toes in it…

Sharing Your Music in the Real World

Written by Gretta Ziller on

We’ve talked in this blog about sharing your music online; how to take the tentative steps to “put ourselves out there” in a digital world, whilst safely tucked up in the comfort of our homes with our bunny slippers on! While this offers…

Sharing Your Music and Connecting with Networks

Written by Gordon Harvey on

New Ways of Sharing Music A couple of blog entries ago, I talked about how sharing music has changed in the digital age, in some ways for the worse, but in many ways for the better. I’d like to highlight some…

Sharing Music, the Digital Revolution and the Future of Community

Written by Gordon Harvey on

Music has always been a social phenomenon.  Whenever people have gathered together, music has usually been involved. In some cultures, the distinctions between music, dance and spoken language are blurred and music is part of almost every communication. In others,…