Although many stars have been ‘found’ on YouTube, sometimes that isn’t the only reason why musicians post their tunes. Sometimes they really have no ambition to go live before mega crowds at concerts. Although they are looking for recognition, they may be after something totally different than landing a contract with the major labels.
It would be next to impossible to place a number on the artists who dream of breaking into the music industry. In fact, there probably isn’t a tiny town or village anywhere in the country that doesn’t have at least one aspiring singer or performer. With that said, the key to breaking into the industry is to obviously get noticed, but when competing with hundreds of thousands of musicians who may be just as talented as you are, it will take that extra special something to get out ahead of the crowd. So then, how can you do that? Here are four tips and tricks that just might get you the recognition you need to propel you straight to the top.
It’s a testament to Johnny Moped’s sheer oddness that they stood out in a late ‘70s punk scene overly populated by strange and unusual individuals.
Boasting a ranting frontman whose mother-in-law banned him from gigs, a pair of Berks for a rhythm section and a Slimy Toad on guitar, they were the unlikeliest of rock stars.
Everyone was banking on themselves and hoping to strike it big during the fabled California gold rush. It has been a bumpy ride since then for the state of California when it comes to gaming. Everywhere you look in California, there are Indian casinos and commercial card rooms. As a result, state legislators have been unable to establish any new forms of gaming.
When it comes to celebrities that enjoy visiting the casino, there are no shortages of contenders for inclusion in this list. In fact, so many people fail to realize that casinos are a powerful staple of Hollywood, Los Angeles, and many more high publicity areas. All of this means that many of your favourite celebrities likely enjoy a little time in the casino themselves.