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Re: “Love/Hate Mail, Nov. 1, 2012


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Posted by Javier Rivas on 11/06/2012 at 2:09 PM

Re: “Sunday School feat. Lines in the Sky, Wings of Apollo, That's My Kid & Daily Howl

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Need a chance to ROCK Nashville!

Posted by 30,000 Secrets... on 11/04/2012 at 7:16 AM
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Re: “Local music fest SoundLand takes a year off

That is terrible news indeed, it was about the only outlet in a festival format for innovative local Rock artists, I would have love it to perform there... Really hope to see it back soon!!!!!


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Posted by 30,000 Secrets... on 10/08/2012 at 12:03 AM

Re: “A pro-Murfreesboro Mosque filmmaker does a radical about-face

Religions... business as usuall... mass control, building financial empires at the expense of brainwashing others into their particular beliefs... just look at any religion organization they all acquiring prime real estate locations, radio & tv stations, living high in the green door, money, money, money!
lordy, lordy lordy!!!!!

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Posted by 30,000 Secrets... on 07/12/2012 at 2:37 PM

Re: “The Bluebird Cafe

I personally know of how open mic sessions 'round town do provide a plattaform for the common songwriter to get his/her songs to an audience, a great oportunity to polish your act onstage, with lighting and a pa system, a chance to find other talented musicians to put together a band or other songwriters for collaborations. While other local musicians do not share my point of view, they complain about how venues have found a way to provide free entertainment for their clientele thru either jam sesions or open mic sessions, many of them places requiring that attendees, songwriters or not, do consume food or drinks while on their premises, they complain about the non-existence of a legitimate audience (since most of the open mic sessions are comprised mainly of other songwriters performing their material and leaving soon after) also mentioning the possibility that legit music industry representatives from major labels being there to discover them is next to zero... I still think is a great way to get your music out there without the need of a press & media kit or any of the complicated process bands go to get a gig at any local venue!

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Posted by 30,000 Secrets... on 03/19/2012 at 9:48 PM

Re: “The SOPA bill may be dry-docked, but the battle over online piracy rages

I also think that performing rights associations such as ASCAP, BMI, SESAC etc, must get heavily involved to enforce the collection of royalties from internet sites that offer file sharing or stream playbacks [which are so easy to record while playing]... remember what happened to NAPSTER? now is a paid music sbscription, as it is Rapshody, I tunes, etc.
DJs also have displaced a lot of live music around the world and for the average new band in any USA town
even geting a paid gig at your local clubs scene is though enough , this are really hard times for everyone, a complete different ball park!

Posted by 30,000 Secrets... on 03/12/2012 at 6:12 AM

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