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Times of abrupt transition can leave us with the question, “where do I go from here?”
Within these times, however, is the opportunity to discover that answer for ourselves.Get Some Real Talk!
When COVID-19 shut Nashville’s nightlife scene down, bachelorettes everywhere were certainly devastated by the news.
For our genre-fluid friends in Spirits Republic, however, it was an opportunity to tell an exciting story, full of twists and turns!Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
Photo credit: Fairlight Hubbard
We’ve been following Natalie Schlabs along the journey to her forthcoming album, Don’t Look Too Close, for much of 2020.
Now, the title track is here, and it’s here to encourage us to accept our honest, unfiltered selves.Watch the Video
On Wednesday night, our community partners at Helping Our Music Evolve hosted a ‘HOME School’ panel discussion, featuring three Nashville-area entertainment attorneys who discussed some of the most common pitfalls they see when helping the music community navigate their legal hurdles:
- Artist and band name trademarks.
- Clearance, sometimes holding up — or even nullifying — record deals or licensing agreements.
- Splits and reconciliation, including accounting errors of collaborators and companies.
- Protecting intellectual property — especially now, that there is so much remote work.
- Force Majeure and COVID’s impact on the importance of this standard clause.
Watch this replay featuring HOME founder Logan Crowell and special guest panelists Colin Maher, Ryan Noormohamed, and Zach Gainous, who share insight and information that will help you prepare your music business for the best possible future outcomes.Watch the Replay!
The outside world — especially in this day and age — is full of noise and distractions. Most of these are outside of our control.
So… how do we tune out the distractions, and become the best versions of ourselves in these strange times?Get Some Real Talk!
We’re not going to let you get away without one last glimpse of summer, courtesy of Katie McGhie.Hear it First!
Ah, the rush of infatuation that comes with falling in love…Watch ‘Young Love’
It’s easy to see other people’s social media “highlight reels” and feel like we’re falling behind in our own journeys.
However, there is much to be learned and appreciated from knowing where we are.Get some Real Talk!
I must say, we were pretty excited to see a submission from Sam Roberts Band come into our inbox. For one thing, Roberts is #59 on Billboard’s Top 150 Overall Selling Canadian Artists. The band has won six Juno Awards, five Much Music Awards. They’ve brought their highly-regarded live performances to late night television and major festivals alike, and even shared the stage with Canadian music royalty, The Tragically Hip, in Bobcaygeon.
Having said all of that, we’re even more excited that this submission — the band’s video for their single, “I Like The Way You Talk About The Future” — has arrived at just the right time, with the world at a collective crossroads.Watch the Video