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Today, we’re excited to announce that we’ve found a HOME base for our content operations in Nashville.
We’re at the beginning of another fresh, new year, bubbling like champagne with possibilities for success and happiness.
But… enough of the cliche stuff. It’s time to get to work! For musicians and creatives, we must work every day to bring ourselves one step closer to the lives we envision.
With that, we’ve compiled a list of steps that anyone can take to raise the bar in 2019, and to ensure that more eyes and ears engage with their content than ever before. Let’s go!
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I’ve been in Nashville for a week, and I already find myself inspired by this city. I’ve been laying low a bit, taking my time as I get to know my surroundings and the general landscape around Music City.
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Spotify has announced that it will hold a series of events beginning this fall, meant to give working artists the opportunity to learn from music industry experts on a variety of topics.
There are still plenty of pages to write before we close the book on 2018, but it’s never too early to plan ahead to next year.
In that case, you might as well make plans to get educated, make connections, and maybe even perform.
In addition to good vibes and a healthy exchange of ideas, Thursday night at The Originals Music Series’ Lehigh Valley Musicians Social featured a stellar lineup of musicians.
The night kicked off with Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway, who delivered yet another signature performance of rock, country, blues and everything in between. They were followed by Valdez, a talented foursome from Philly, and Pinnacle, who capped off the evening with their first performance since 2014. Each band shared a distinctive sound all its own with those in attendance, making this a showcase to remember.
We have some great photos compiled by LVU contributor Lisa Robinson, who did a fantastic job filling in behind the camera while I manned our table. Take a look!