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Corey Taylor Rehearsing Live’s “Lightning Crashes”

Earlier today, Slipknot’s Corey Taylor posted a video of himself covering the Live track “Lightning Crashes” to his Facebook page: Solo tour rehearsals have begun…. Posted by Corey Taylor on Thursday, July 2, 2015 Despite the confusion, this song was not written by any member of Pearl Jam, although one could possibly get confused because Live’s popularity was in the same grunge era. If ... Read More »

Build Your Band = Build Your Email Subscriber List

In last week’s article, I gave indie and local bands an example of a band who is constantly marketing themselves. Now it will be your turn to get things kicked into high-gear and start building a loyal fan base–especially online.   This week’s blog post will be heavily focused on getting fans on your email subscriber list.  If you think ... Read More »

Marketing for Bands, Digital Summer and the IDEAL Fan

Last week’s blog caused quite a stir on how band should go about building a brand. I got hit from the local angle to bands from the midwest and east coast looking to shed wisdom on becoming successful.     While some people personally emailed me to tell me that they had it figured out, I still found that their ... Read More »

How Do I Get My Band On The Radio?

What you’re about to read is the preface of how you can get your song on the radio, but I want to be honest with you, the musician: you will need to really look inward and examine where you want to go in order to see this goal through fruition.   This post isn’t written to get laughs if that’s ... Read More »

Is this Lars Ulrich or is it the Crypt Keeper? And That Head!

Seriously, bro.  What the hell happened to Lars Ulrich? Look, it’s no secret that Metallica has fallen into the classic “thrash” metal genre within the past 10 years, but seriously, it doesn’t get any more classic than looking at this recent picture of Lars Ulrich.  Earlier today, Ulrich participated on a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) and shot a link ... Read More »