Is There No Such Thing As A One Hit Wonder Anymore?

One hit wonders no more??

I want to know what yall think about this >>>>>

http://www.newrockstarphilosophy.com/2012/09/there-is-no-such-thing-as-a-one-hit-wonder-anymore-internet/

Is it true that there’s no such thing as a one hit wonder anymore? Has the internet eliminated the one hit wonder phenomenon? Or, as the author suggests, has the internet simply made it possible for artists to capitalize on the success of a big hit and establish a long-term career with more moderate hits?

Read the article and let me know what you think >>>>

http://www.newrockstarphilosophy.com/2012/09/there-is-no-such-thing-as-a-one-hit-wonder-anymore-internet/

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Mike McCready: Why Traditional A&R Is Failing & How To Fix It

Mike McCready believes that the traditional A&R process is failing:

in order to thrive again, we must develop a better way to conduct A&R and more efficiently pair musicians with the right business teams in a way that increases the likelihood of success and reduces the cost of failure when it occurs.

I agree with Mr. McCready and I thoroughly enjoyed reading his position paper Why The Traditional A&R Process is Failing the Industry & Musicians Alike.

McCready presents some very forward-thinking ideas about the future of A&R and the music business and I think that you are depriving yourself of necessary knowledge if you do not read what he has to say.

Read the full paper {Why The Traditional A&R Process is Failing the Industry & Musicians Alike} here:
http://www.mikemccready.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/AR-Position-Paper1.pdf 

Mike McCready – Why Traditional A&R is Failing & How To Fix It

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#video: Jimmy Iovine: The Future of the Music Industry via @artistshouse #artistadvice

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#video: Are Record Companies Really Evil? via @artistshouse #artistadvice

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#video: Jimmy Iovine – Advice For Being A Successful Artist via @artistshouse #artistadvice

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#video: Pitching Acts @artistshouse #musicbiz #musiccareer

James McMillan, an entertainment lawyer from New York City, talks about how lawyers can pitch acts to record labels.

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#video: Launching A Young Artist’s Career via @artistshouse #musicbiz

Charlotte Lee, an artist manager for IMG, talks about launching a young artist’s career.

The key is investing yourself in talent that is truly phenomenal, otherwise the momentum will really have a hard time getting started.”

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