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Sing

Author : Steve Dragoo
ISBN : 1939447933
Genre : Music
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Have you ever dreamed of taking the stage in life? The message of SING! Business and Life Lessons from the Karaoke Stage will stretch your imagination, challenge your routine, and inspire you to change your approach to both work and play. Each section is full of short, easy-to-digest insights drawn from the author's life experiences, career-built business savvy, and 20 fun-filled years of stepping onstage at karaoke night. The sections, themed around the advice to Step Up, Inspire, develop a Nexus, and Go forward, draw clear connections between the value of doing fun well, and succeeding in your career. Interviews with karaoke enthusiasts further illustrate the power of karaoke to help even novices overcome their fear of failure, conquer stage-fright, build their confidence, boost their creativity, deepen relationships with their community, and go for goals they never imagined before. Practical business tips will help the reader apply these lessons to the workplace and to everyday life.

Music Entrepreneurship

Author : Allan Dumbreck
ISBN : 9781472531100
Genre : Music
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The music industries hinge on entrepreneurship. The recent, rapid convergence of media and the parallel ongoing evolution of music businesses have again seen the focus shift to independent companies and individual entrepreneurs. Opportunities tend not to be advertised in professional music and practically everyone begins on their own: forming a band, starting a record label, running events, or building a website. But it's not an easy territory to navigate or get a handle on. Music Entrepreneurship features an analysis of the changing landscape of the music industries and the value of the entrepreneur within them through a series of focused chapters and case studies. Alongside contributions from key academics across the globe, expert contributors from across the industry highlight successful entrepreneurs and offers practical help to the reader trying to navigate the business. Sectors examined include: The value of the music industries Recorded music Live events Branding in music Artist management Digital distribution

The 7 Non Negotiables Of Winning

Author : David K. Williams
ISBN : 9781118571644
Genre : Business & Economics
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Describes how to create a winning corporate culture by combining respect, belief, commitment, trust, courage and gratitude and offers true stories and skill-building exercises to inspire employees to attain key business outcomes.

Raise Your Voice

Author : Jaime Vendera
ISBN : 9780974941158
Genre : Music
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The owner's guide to the voice, this book will help you develop an understanding of the voice and how it works.

The Amazing Adventures Of A Marginally Successful Musician

Author : Bill Cinque
ISBN : 9781440115684
Genre : Music
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4200 gigs. 250 Film and TV song placements. 30 years in music. These are some of the bullet points in the resume of author/musician Bill Cinque. THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF A MARGINALLY SUCCESSFUL MUSICIAN is an educational and entertaining look at the world of music. Honest, insightful and often humorously brutal, Cinque speaks to the beginner, the seasoned pro and the non-musician “civilian” in a unique and refreshing voice about the rehearsals, recordings and rejections in the life of a self-described “blue collar, working class musician.”

Your Singing Voice

Author : Jeannie Gagne
ISBN : 9781476884110
Genre : Music
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(Berklee Guide). Connect to your authentic singing voice with this holistic guide to a healthy and expressive singing life. This collection of technical discussions, exercises, and insights will help you improve all aspects of using your voice from healthy sound production to exercises for greater vocal facility to guidance on rehearsing with your band. Interviews with Patty Austin, Ysaye Barnwell, and others lend their perspectives to singing, the mind-body connection, and a natural/wellness focused approach to musicianship. The accompanying online audio supports the practice exercises and approaches to learning new songs.

Jeffrey Allen S Secrets Of Singing

Author : Jeffrey Allen
ISBN : 0769278051
Genre : Music
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A complete step-by-step guide, Secrets of Singing provides everything needed to gain technical and musical vocal mastery. Some of the highlights include: basic principles of singing, mastery of the upper voice, achieving the power of an open throat, and phrasing and diction on a professional level. The package contains two CDs (one for high voice and one for low voice) and an almost 400-page information-packed book.

Don T Stop Believin

Author : Brian Raftery
ISBN : 9780786727209
Genre : Music
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Armed with a keen eye and a terrible singing voice, writer Brian Raftery sets out across the globe, tracing karaoke's evolution from cult fad to multi-million dollar phenomenon. In Japan, he meets Daisuke Inoue, the godfather of karaoke; in Thailand, he follows a group of Americans hoping to win the Karaoke World Championships; and in New York City, he hangs out backstage with the world's longest-running heavy-metal karaoke band. Along the way, Raftery chronicles his own time as an obsessive karaoke fan, recalling a life's worth of noisy relationships and poor song choices, and analyzing the karaoke-bar merits of such artists as Prince, Bob Dylan and Fugazi. Part cultural history, part memoir, Don't Stop Believin': How Karaoke Conquered the World and Changed My Life is a hilarious and densely reported look at the liberating effects of a good sing-along.

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Turn Around Bright Eyes

Author : Rob Sheffield
ISBN : 9780062207647
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Once upon a time I was falling apart. Now I'm always falling in love. Pick up the microphone. When Rob Sheffield moved to New York City in the summer of 2001, he was a young widower trying to start a new life in a new town. Behind, in the past, was his life as a happily married rock critic, with a wife he adored, and a massive collection of mix tapes that captured their life together. And then, in a flash, all he had left were the tapes. Beyoncé , Bowie, Bon Jovi, Benatar . . . One night, some friends dragged him to a karaoke bar in the West Village. A night out was a rare occasion for Rob back then. Turn around Somehow, that night in a karaoke bar turned into many nights, in many karaoke bars. Karaoke became a way out, a way to escape the past, a way to be someone else if only for the span of a three-minute song. Discovering the sublime ridiculousness of karaoke, despite the fact that he couldn't carry a tune, he began to find his voice. Turn around And then the unexpected happened. A voice on the radio got Rob's attention. The voice came attached to a woman who was unlike anyone he'd ever met before. A woman who could name every constellation in the sky, and every Depeche Mode B side. A woman who could belt out a mean Bonnie Tyler. Bright Eyes Turn Around Bright Eyes is an emotional journey of hilarity and heartbreak with a karaoke soundtrack. It's a story about finding the courage to move on, clearing your throat, and letting it rip. It's a story about navi- gating your way through adult romance. And it's a story about how songs get tangled up in our deepest emotions, evoking memories of the past while inspiring hope for the future.

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