[Editors Note: This article is written by Bob Owlsinski and was originally featured on his Music 3.0 blog. As an artist, tweeting at live events – whether it’s a peer’s show or your own – is a great way to engage with your fans who follow you, connect with others at the event, and show … Continue reading Getting Social: 7 Tips for Tweeting a Live Event
Like the rest of you, we’re sitting here on a mid-July Monday afternoon wondering where the first part of the summer went. Fortunately, we’ve got some good news for you: our Summer Jams 2015 TuneCore Artist Compilation has launched on Amazon Music and it’s available for free download! Whether you’re tired of the radio hits … Continue reading Summer Jams 2015 – On Amazon Music For Free Download
TuneCore Artists are releasing tons of new music every day. Each week we check out the new TuneCore releases and choose a few at random to feature on the blog. Is your hit next? Headcase Day Wave Alternative Boken Temples (Deluxe Edition) Kevin Max Christian/Gospel Blacked Out Moonshine Bandits Country, Hip Hop/Rap Cold Answer Matthew Perryman … Continue reading New Music Friday: July 17, 2015
Ever wander into a gas station convenience store for a quick soda or snack only to find none other than Prince’s former protégé, Andy Allo and her band performing a new song in one of the aisles? No? Well you can check out some folks who did in LA during our second episode of our “Convenience … Continue reading Andy Allo Plays Live in a Convenience Store!
This summer sure is flying by! But as always, our team in Burbank, CA has been working away at collecting songwriter royalties and pitching on behalf of our TuneCore Publishing Administration Artists. Check out this month’s songwriter highlights, pitches and placements/licenses below. SONGWRITER HIGHLIGHTS TuneCore Music Publishing is thrilled to be working with raw blues/roots … Continue reading Latest News From TuneCore Publishing
We’re back with the second installment of our Artist Management Series, where we’ve been talking with current managers of independent artists about their day-to-day roles and responsibilities, how their coveted position has changed over the years, and the lessons and misconceptions they’ve encountered. Last week you got to learn about Vanessa Magos at New Torch Entertainment, and … Continue reading Artist Management Series: Mark McLewee