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  1. Music Marketing Tips this Christmas

    Christmas is undoubtedly the busiest time of the year and everyone is upping their game to ensure they get to most out of their holiday marketing. Whether it’s creating festive themed music or hosting an event it’s important to be active throughout the holidays, music is huge this time of year so get out there and have fun. Here are a few things you can do to make sure you end 2018 on a high.

    Social media content is likely a big part of your marketing already but there are definitely some fun, festive things you can do to get in the spirit. Changing up your graphics is a great way to add something new to your brand this time of year, use snow, wreaths or Christmas trees throughout your social media platforms, fans love to see their favourite artists getting in the mood for Christmas.

    Create videos or do live streams throughout December, you can do Christmas themed Q&A’s or some covers of your favourite Christmas songs. Get your fans involved with your content; le

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  2. A Singers Guide: Protecting your Voice


    For most the thought of losing our voice is more of an annoyance than a worry but for musicians it’s a vital part of the job and is something many are extremely cautious of. Singing can put a lot of strain on your vocal cords but what do you do when it’s such a huge part of your life. Unfortunately there are some things you can’t control but it’s important to take care of your voice if you hope to keep performing.

    Smoking and alcohol are huge factors in most people losing their voice; it weakens the vocal cords and leaves your voice sounding dry and hoarse. Unfortunately we see a lot of both within the music scene so it’s not easy to stay away from but if music is your profession and you wish to continue performing for the long run then cutting these out will save your vocal cords.

    You may not think whispering can damage your voice, I mean how could it? But by whispering you’re forcing air past your cords which can but stress on them. Obviously this isn’t some

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  3. How to Become a Professional Singer

    We’ve focused a lot on building a successful career as a musician but we are yet to cover singers. Most musicians tend to have a talent for singing and use this throughout their career however for those who find they want to work solely on their vocal instrument it can be a whole different process. If you have no desire to be a musician then there are plenty of ways to find success as a singer. Hopefully this short guide will help you understand what you need to find work as a singer and how you can become a pro.

    There are a few different paths you can pursue as a singer, this may be songwriting and creating music or working as a teacher, you can also perform covers for events and venues such as cruises. Playing live tends to be the most popular way to find success rather than recording but this isn’t to say you can’t become a professional from recording your music.

    Working on cruises is ideal for some, especially those just getting into the industry. As its contract

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  4. Singer Prince Dies Suddenly Age 57

    Prince Rogers Nelson, known as Prince, an American singer, songwriter, record producer, multi-instrumentalist and actor has died at his Paisley Park home in Minnesota, at the age of 57.


    The renowned innovator was widely known for his eclectic work and extremely flamboyant stage presence and became a global superstar in the 1980's with iconic hits such as Purple Rain and Kiss.


    Prince sold over 100 million records worldwide, won 7 Grammy Awards, 1 Golden Globe and 1 Academy Award, making him one of the best-selling artists of all time. His music spanned a wide range of styles, including funk, rock, R&B, Soul and Pop.


    On April 21st 2016, Police were called to his Paisley Park estate following a distressed medical emergency call. He was pronounced dead that day.


    When news broke of the singers death hundred of fans gathered outside his estate and many  celebrities, including President Obama, Madonna, Boy George and thousand

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