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Dream Theater Singer To Release Solo Album PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 24 July 2010 05:28

DREAM THEATER singer James LaBrie's new solo album, "Static Impulse", will be released on September 28 via InsideOut Music. The CD marks LaBrie's first solo effort in over five years and is sure to please his legion of diehard fans, as well as win over many new devotees in the process.

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Heavy metal band bringing in burlesque, go-go dancers for Queensryche Cabaret PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 24 July 2010 05:10

"The audience is really fun to watch," Tate says. "Some people dress to the nines, in tuxedos and suits. Women wear slinky dresses.

"One person came dressed as a giant mouse -- I don't know what that's all about."

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Marketing Lessons From The Grateful Dead PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 19 July 2010 22:03

Long before the terms ‘inbound marketing' and ‘social media' were coined, the Grateful Dead were using these strategies to become one of the most successful bands of all time. They made a series of difficult and often unpopular decisions in order to differentiate themselves from their competition by providing the highest quality service to their fans, not just a product.

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Cherry Lane Music Publishing Signs A Multi-Year Worldwide Administration Deal With Johnny Winter PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 19 July 2010 22:06

Cherry Lane Music Publishing (part of BMG), home to writer/artists including will I am, John Legend, Warren Haynes, and the catalogs of Elvis Presley, John Denver and T-Bone-Walker, has signed a multi-year worldwide administration deal with legendary Texas bluesman Johnny Winter. The deal covers songs written or co-written by Winter, including "Dallas," "Guess I'll Go Away," "Hustled Down in Texas," and "Mean Town Blues."

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RIAA Accounting: Why Even Major Label Musicians Rarely Make Money From Album Sales PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 17 July 2010 16:20

We recently had a fun post about Hollywood accounting, about how the movie industry makes sure even big hit movies "lose money" on paper. So how about the recording industry? Well, they're pretty famous for doing something quite similar. Reader Jay pointed out in the comments an article from The Root that goes through who gets paid what for music sales, and the basic answer is not the musician. That report suggests that for every $1,000 sold, the average musician gets $23.40.

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