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Hustle and Grow

Youhave a successful music career you need more than great talent and blind ambition. You actually need a plan; a strategy and the resources to make it work.  This information isn’t new and it’s easy to find online, yet everyday a musician calls it  ‘a wrap’ on his budding career because he finally realized – after exhausting all his resources – it’s not happening. These are the folks that are holding on to myths that continue to circulate on what works in the music industry. What are some of the biggests myths? Check out the story that recently appeared on Music Think Tank.

via The 3 Biggest Delusions Musicians STILL Have About the Music Industry – MTT – Music Think Tank.

Who(or what) Will Save the Music?

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Who will fight for musicians?

After reading this article I can’t help but wonder: can anyone or anything save the music? Is it up to technology and legislation? Or do people simply have to start valuing music and the creative process and be willing put some money on it? Andrew Leonard offers an interesting report and exploration of these issues via The music industry is still screwed: Why Spotify, Amazon and iTunes can’t save musical artists – Salon.com.