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LISTEN: Greg in Good Company’s New ‘Dedication Song’

Los Angeles-based rock band Greg in Good Company is preparing to release their second album, and are getting us ready with the song that prompted frontman Greg Gilman to “keep singing my songs in public and take music more seriously.”

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Songs You Should Hear: Watch the ‘Sunset,’ Find ‘Peace,’ and Don’t ‘Question It’

We’re just going to keep bringing you the summertime heat.

There’s plenty of fresh pop sensibility to go around on this week’s Songs You Should Hear. We hear about many contrasting shades of love — including what happens when we choose to love ourselves. Feel all the love by digging in below!

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WATCH: Mr. B and Heru Heru Have Enough Shine to ‘Last the Whole Night’

It was just yesterday that we told you about Ah-Deli‘s latest single with Thc, the summer love anthem, “Good Time.”

Today, we stay in the Heru Heru family, to find that he and Foundation Mecca traded bars with fellow Nashvillian Mr. B in a new video under the Music City lights.

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WATCH: Fame and Fiction Embraces the Self-Acceptance Journey with ‘Enough’

The journey for self-acceptance is a difficult one for many in the LGBTQ+ community, who often find themselves up against a society that still preaches heteronormativity.

To celebrate Pride month, Nashville-based queer rock band Fame and Fiction is here to lend a voice to those overcoming these challenges with their new music video for their 2019 single, “Enough.”

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Finding the Right Artist Management

Artist managers wear many hats. However, at the core of their job is the responsibility of ensuring that artists move steadfast toward their long-term creative and professional visions. For certain, a manager is one of “The 10 People Musicians Need on Their Side.”

What, exactly, are a manager’s responsibilities, both in a long-term sense and a day-to-day sense? Can — or should — one manager take on all of those responsibilities single-handedly? How do managers help artists build a strong team culture around their craft?

We asked two artist managers – Nathan Dohse, co-founder of AGD Entertainment and the author of the Zero to 60 by AGD artist development program, and Lexee Shapiro, co-founder & artist manager, 9802 Management – to share their experience, and their insight proves tremendously valuable for any artist looking to secure management. Simply put, this is a must-read!

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