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St. Patrick’s Day Events

Like so many great holidays this year, St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Saturday, which means bigger and better celebrations. Thanks to Daylight Savings Time you have more sunlight to enjoy your day. This year for St. Patrick’s Day I am going up to The Windy City. Chicago has one of the largest parades in […]

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March Music Madness

Happy first day of March! Spring is just around the corner and it’s looking bright, beautiful, and full of great music. The only thing that excites me more than the gorgeous weather is all of the awesome spring showcases that are on the horizon. This month isn’t just March Madness; it is also Music Madness […]

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February Music Event Run Down

Nashville will be host to some great shows and events this month. From you dub step loving bassheads to you hip hop enthusiasts, there is a show that all of you will love and appreciate. Here are the shows that I will be attending and think are worthy of your dollar and your support. MAINSTREAM […]

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Social Music: The Open Mic Night Revolutionized

Long gone are the days of starving musicians looking for the right open mic night in the right local bar. Record company mailboxes probably contain alot less demo tapes these days too. Now, artists have the tools to reach music moguls from their homes. Those tools, social media sites. And some artists are skipping the […]

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How to Make Your Event More “Social”

When I help plan events and programs that are open to the public, the organizer is usually fearful of low participation. They ask me how they can┬áreach their goal number and possibly maximize attendance. My response, social media. There are a few simple things you can do to make your event more “social.” Utilize these […]

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Fresh Music Fridays: Mumford & Sons

Mumford and Sons gives me everything I need from a band in 12 tracks which is why they’re my pick for this week’s edition. The album ranges from mellow love cries such as White Blank Page to head banging, foot stomping tracks like Dust Bowl Dance. The band’s debut album, Sigh No More, was released […]

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