Shenandoah at "The Dive" in Goose Creek, SC/ April 23 /2009
Shenandoah pulled out of the Kroger parking lot around 1:45 am..with John Gee driving. We were off to do a Thursday night show at a club on a naval base in Goose Creek, SC.
We arrived Thursday.. around noon, in the little town Of Goose Creek. When I got off the bus, we were sitting behind "The Dive"..a club where military and civilians were welcome. This club was located on the naval base. Later that night..… Continue
Added by Stan Munsey on April 28, 2009 at 7:24pm —
Shenandoah in Macon, Ga at the Whiskey River Club/April 17/09
Myself, Mike Folsom, Bart Barlettano, Byron Cumbie and Jimmy Yeary left aboard the "Hillbilly Hotel" from Tn to pick up Jim Seales and Mike Mcguire on our way to do a show in Macon, Ga. John Gee was driving.
We arrived in Macon, Friday..April 17 ..mid-morning, at the Whiskey River Club. Our soundcheck was scheduled for 2 pm that afternoon, so we had plenty of time to kill. Our opening act was from Nashville and… Continue
Added by Stan Munsey on April 28, 2009 at 7:18pm —
Shenandoah at the Flagler County Fair in Bunnell, Fl April 11/09
Shenandoah, along with former singer and buddy, Curtis Wright...who had performed earlier in the night with us... pulled out of Muscle Shoals, Al...after finishing a successful benefit for Billy Ryan. We were on our way to Bunnell, Florida to play the Flagler County Fair.
We arrived in Bunnell, Sat, April 11, mid-afternoon and loaded in to do our soundcheck and the wind was blowing around 25-35 mi an hour,… Continue
Added by Stan Munsey on April 28, 2009 at 7:16pm —
Shenandoah at the "Sticks" Music Festival in Auburn, Al/April 18/09
After just hitting the bunks and not getting much sleep..we awoke in Auburn, Al at the Sticks Music Festival. Our brains were still foggy from the late show Friday night..as we crawled down the bus hall towards the coffee pot.
The sun was out but the air was still cool as I climbed off the bus and walked to the stage to do a soundcheck. Folks were already gathering in front of the stage ..even at that… Continue
Added by Stan Munsey on April 28, 2009 at 7:00pm —
Benefit hosted by Shenandoah for Billy Ryan's family in Muscle Shoals, Al/April 10/09
Friday morning, April 10, MIke Folsom, Jimmy Yeary, Byron Cumbie, myself, Bart Barlettano, his daughter, Chelsie, son, Dallas and his friend Zachary left at 10 am for Muscle Shoals, Al. with Mickey Riley driving us. Billy Ryan drove down because he would be staying with family in Al after the benefit. My wife, Donna would not be going on this trip because of prior commitments at her place of work. I… Continue
Added by Stan Munsey on April 28, 2009 at 7:00pm —
This week is the Nashville Music Business Camp Thursday – Sunday (a couple openings remain) go to www.nmbcamp.com for details and to register! Are you an aspiring artist, musician, songwriter– THIS NMBCAMP is for YOU with Music Row pros from several… Continue
Added by Doak on April 28, 2009 at 7:27am —
"Lori knows her stuff! And that stuff is important in this world that values marketing over substance. Every performer should be conscious of establishing his or her brand - visually, sonically, and with their point-of-view and attitude. Those are the qualities that sum up a really viable artist/commodity." Rand Bishop, hit songwriter, author, and former A&R executive
"My client was most impressed with Lori's work. My client looked great and her video shoot went well." Randall A.… Continue
An open mind is one of the things I ask my clients to have when I start working with them. This is not because I’m going to radically change them into something they’re not. I always work hard to incorporate my client’s personality and musical style in his or her improved image so that he or she feels completely at home in this enhanced, polished look. By keeping an open mind...(read more)
I would like to take this time to better explain why a 20 yr. old college kid is calling himself a manager.
I got my first job in Nashville as a bass player for a few different hard rock/ hardcore bands, I spent most of my time during those years booking, managing, and trying to act like I knew what I was doing. After leaving the hardcore scene at age 17, I began to play Sunday mornings with a fantastic drummer and now great friend, Jeremy Warren. With the help of him i started… Continue
Is finding a job like finding love? With today’s job market, it can be just as tough to find a good job as it is to find a good companion. But the way you approach finding a mate is not so different than the approach you should take when trying to find a job...(read more)
How strong are your relationships with your prospects, current customers, and previous customers? It is crucial to your music career that you develop strong, long lasting relationships. I have listed six ways you can start developing those relationships.
1. Be a giver. Always look for a way to be of service to others. This is probably the most important step in building strong relationships. Most people adhere to the WIIFM (What’s In It For Me?) principle. When you are talking to… Continue
Rap artist Lion From The Lake is rising in the world of hip-hop. His music is like nothing you have ever heard before and the message he gives through his music is what hip-hop has been needing for a long time now. Visit his offical site at www.lionfromthelake.com
Drummer Rich Redmond played on the #2 Record on the Billboard Country Charts and the #4 record on The Billboard Top 200 Charts this week. Pickup your copy of Jason Aldean's 'Wide Open' today!!!!… Continue