This week’s edition of The Quinn Spinn Sunday Replay features all independent artists addressing the ups and downs of the creative journey.
These recent episodes are just a sample of the in-depth conversations we offer on a weekly basis. If you want more, check out the links below as you dive in!
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Carol Kaye‘s historic career is unparalleled. A member of the famous Los Angeles “Wrecking Crew” of session musicians from the 1950s through the 1970s, Kaye’s memorable and melodic bass lines can be heard on an estimated 10,000 recordings, including many of the biggest hits of the 20th Century. She is the most recorded bassist of all-time.
On Wednesday, February 1, Carol Kaye will join our friends at Paradox Jukebox for their 2023 season premiere. This inspiring conversation highlights Carol’s life and career, which has changed the course of popular music history.
What is Paradox Jukebox? It’s an unconventional podcast for unconventional musicians, brought to you by Music on the Move Studios, a women-led company working to help musicians move their careers forward through education and live events. Paradox Jukebox aims to bring you content from industry professionals with knowledge to spare, and emerging artists that span various genres.
Learn more about this exciting episode first-hand from Paradox Jukebox host Caitie Thompson when you visit the Music on the Move Studios blog. Click the button below!
The time is drawing near for our friends at Music on the Move Studios to host their biggest all-female showcase yet at The Basement East.
A couple weeks ago, we helped break the news that Music on the Move Studios is now accepting submissions for female musicians and entrepreneurs to participate in their next showcase, which is now set to take place at The Basement East on March 20.
Today, we have even better news: you have more time to submit for consideration!
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Want to get involved with our good friends at Music on the Move Studios? Here’s your chance!
Every guitarist wants to be able to nail impressive, well-crafted solos. With that ability comes an understanding of pentatonic scales.
Music on the Move Studios’ Caitie Thompson took to the MOTM blog for this week’s edition of Music Minute Monday, where she provides a brief, yet thorough explanation of how to master pentatonic scales — both major and minor — and learn how to develop solos to serve any song.
There’s even a helpful video demonstration at the end… but you’ll have to click over there to check it out!
For this week’s Sunday Replay, we have a variety pack of clips from our Official Podcast, The Quinn Spinn.
Of course, you’ll get bite-sized bits of conversations about the creative journey. But… we also decided to mix things up, with one of the more memorable moments from an OG fam episode earlier this year.
Want more? Hit those links below!
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The notion of “virtual learning” became popularized over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. With lockdowns in place, those wanting to learn a new skill (or build upon an existing one) took to conference software and the internet to get it done.
Our friends at Music on the Move Studios are among those who have kept their lessons virtual, even as the world has reopened. Added convenience and accessibility are among the benefits to students and instructors alike, as remote learning allows anybody, anywhere to seek education.
Dive in with Erin McLendon (vocal coach) and Caitie Thompson (instrument coach), as they explore the benefits of virtual instruction.
Our recent guests to The Quinn Spinn have spent years refining their creative processes, and the time spent has put them in a position where they can share the lessons they’ve learned.
Today’s Sunday Replay presents a few of those lessons, front and center. Watch the clips below! And, if you want more insights just like these, check out these links…
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Between me and our friends at Music on the Move Studios, we’ve learned countless lessons about how to navigate the music industry over the years.
To wrap up our collaborative How to Get Involved in Your Local Music Scene series over at Music on the Move, Erin McLendon, Caitie Thompson, and I share what our journeys have taught us — about relationship building, finding opportunities, and creating a community.
This is a fun piece, and we invite you to share your lessons with us in the comments below!