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Sixteen Cities, Garnering Strong Support From Radio And Media Nashville, TN (April 29, 2010) —- Portland Oregon’s modern rock band, Sixteen Cities, has garnered early support for their self-titled debut project on Centricity Music.  The project, which released last Tuesday, is already striking a chord with media and radio. Sixteen Cities recently completed a radio [...]

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Special Tours, Major CD Reviews, Special Fan Promotions ME IN MOTION BLASTS INTO MARKET WITH HIGH-PROFILE TOURS, MAJOR CD REVIEWS AND SPECIAL FAN PROMOTIONS Nashville, TN (April 29, 2010) —– Centricity Music’s powerhouse band, Me In Motion, has already generated a strong presence in the Christian music industry since its debut with high-profile tours and [...]

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Ever wonder what makes a hit song a “hit?” Why does one song skyrocket while another one falters? What really constitutes a “HIT?” Years ago, if you even can remember watching American Bandstand on TV, there was a segment where they featured a new song and the audience would then rate how they liked it. [...]

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All Things New

Posted April 27, 2010 by in Uncategorized

Hey everyone- this is Conor from the publishing dept.  I know this seems like a cop-out and lazy on my part-but I thought you might be encouraged by this post just like I have been.  My wife wrote what you will read below, and it has been an encouragement to me when I feel at [...]

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Hearing about new artist and their music is one of my greatest passions. People ask me all the time what I’ve been listening to and where I hear about new music. In return, I’m asking them the same question. I’m constantly trying to find music that will satisfy my hungry pallet, whether it be for [...]

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Just to “joggle ye old memory”, this is the second part of my three-part “Health and Fitness on the Road” series. Buckle up for today’s’ topic, Exercise. More often than not, I hear artists and roadies commenting on their dissatisfaction with their bodies. They want to lose the 5-10 pounds around their middle and get [...]

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"It's Your Job"

Posted April 15, 2010 by in Uncategorized

Whether you are starting out as a songwriter, singer, musician or are an established artist with a record deal, in order to grow towards your goals you have or build the ministry (or brand) you envision, it is going to take a lot of time and energy from a team of people, but most importantly [...]

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Online Presence: Since part 1 of this blog, I’ve often wondered if one topic outweighs the other? Does great music trump everything else? Some would say absolutely. (If you have great music everything else will fall into place.) Or, if you make average music but are touring extensively isn’t that enough? If you’re making a [...]

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Time is Money

Posted April 6, 2010 by in Internet, Marketing

I recently read an interview with Mitch Joel, President of Twist Image. A few things stood out to me in this article. I thought I would share it as I think through what some of this could mean for us and our artists. I’ve covered most of it before, but I really like the way [...]

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In Managing the Business, Part 3a I covered several things that were important in helping the artist manage their business.    In addition to those four, these three items are designed to help in managing that part of the career that so many artists often overlook. Find a Team -   It is rare that the [...]

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