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How To Make Money From Your Love Of Music

Are you stuck in a boring 9-5 job that doesn’t provide you with any career satisfaction whatsoever? Do you love music? Combining your quest for a new job with your passion for music is a possibility that might just change your life as you know it! The music industry is a buzzing business filled with talented artists and countless opportunities, but figuring out how to get your foot in the door can seem a little tricky. Luckily, there are a few brilliant ideas and concepts that you can explore to make money from your love of music, and it doesn’t have to be as difficult as you might think to get started!

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Six Quick Tips For Songwriting

Do you want to start songwriting? Fabulous, here are some tips on how to start!

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Closer To The Heart: Neil Peart And The Creative Process

In the wake of Rush drummer and primary lyricist Neil Peart’s recent death, Josh Taerk takes a closer look at the man himself.

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As a music lover, you’ll likely have dabbled with the idea of learning an instrument yourself.

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Writing a hit song is not an entirely easy task, to be honest. This is because it’s rather important if you actually want to make beautiful music. Even the best songwriters, at some points in their career, experience writer’s block too. They are not really super-humans. They are just people like you.

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Josh Ramsay Speaks To EP About Marianas Trench, New Album ‘Phantoms’, And Touring

Canadian band Marianas Trench have been around for the best part of twenty years, forming in 2001, releasing five albums since then, and touring extensively, most often around Canada and the USA, but also in Australia, the UK and Europe. At London’s KOKO venue, during their UK tour in May 2017, lead singer Josh Ramsay said how he was humbled at how many people were at the show, especially considering they had never released an album in the UK. The venue was packed solid, made up of fans, the curious, and media. All left impressed and wanting more. This year, Marianas Trench *have* released an album in the UK, the magnificent ‘Phantoms’, written around the theme of being haunted by the memory of people in our past. Lisa had the chance to speak to Josh Ramsay, and asked him about the album, the songwriting process, and just when they were hoping to get back to the UK.

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Salute Music Makers Announce Top 100 Tracks Battling It Out On World’s First Truly Interactive Playlist Voting System on Facebook Messenger

On Sunday evening 24th September, the finalists for Salute’s quest to unearth the very best in British musical talent were announced on Salute Music Maker’s Facebook page.

Heralding the final stage of the competition to find the best of unsigned UK musical talent, the remaining artists have battled through an initial talent pool of over 2000 entrants to the stage which matters the most – judging by the music fans themselves.

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Salute Music Makers Launches App For New Music Talent Platform

Salute Music Makers launched their innovative music talent platform back in March amidst a storm of media interest. Now they have launched their ground-breaking app to accompany the competition and its aspiring songwriters.

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Closing Date Imminent For Revolutionary Music Talent Platform Salute Music Makers – Sign Up By August 13th

Having launched back in April amid a storm of media interest, the new innovative music talent platform, Salute Music Makers, has just a few days left before entries for this year close with the date being set at Midnight on August 13th.

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