I just watched this video and had to share it with you guys.
Many of us get so caught up in our everyday lifestyle, we take the simplest things for granted, and occupy our lives with the most frivolous issues. Sometimes, it’s those with far greater challenges that end up inspiring us to value what we have and to make the absolute most of it.
Patrick Henry Hughes, and his father, Patrick John Hughes, are two of those great inspirations.
Please take 15 minutes to watch these 2 videos. I promise you, you will be grateful you did.
One of the biggest problems with the music business (or any business, for that matter) is that you’re never quite sure who you can trust. People talk a lot; the difference is some can back up their talk, while others simply can’t.
And other times, not only can they not back it up – they go to the extreme to create an entire façade.
One of those frauds is Antoine Keane a.k.a “Dominic Edmonds”.
In this struggling state of the record industry, most artists, producers and labels are desperately looking for different streams to generate revenue.
Video games have long been a great alternative revenue stream, however in recent years games are becoming even more dependent on musical content (Guitar Hero, Rock Band, DJ Hero, etc), making this an even more attractive option to consider.
You guys are starting to get familiar with my TwitterRants, where I usually vent about an issue publicly on Twitter. I still have a few bottled up which I may express sooner or later, however, in the meantime, I’d like to share one with you from my homegirl, Fadia Kader.
During a recent TwitterRant, she offered some cautionary tales, while providing some incredibly useful advice, for those working their way up in the music business (and any business, really).