Category Archives: op-ed

The Organization That Gave Me Everything

Full stop: as a recovering English major, I hate using clichés.

However, sometimes the simplest way to get a point across is also the best, and the phrase “remember where you came from” hits home this week.

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Mastering Your Musical Performance Anxiety

This article is a contributed piece from Erin M. Phillips, vocal teacher, and Roger E. McLendon, M.D., a neuropathologist. Learn more about the Erin M. Phillips Voice Studio at this link.

At some point in their careers, musicians will experience performance anxiety. This can affect performers of any capacity, whether on stage, in classroom, or on the field.

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Hot Takes: Leaving a Live Music ‘Tip’

The above photo has been circulating on social media since September 2015 and, somehow, it finally came across our desk just recently. The idea of a “live music tip” being built into a venue patron’s bill is not necessarily a new concept.

With that said, it is certainly one worth considering, and it could be beneficial across the board.

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