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    When You’re A Fan Girl In Your Own Band [A Blog From Autumn City]

    When You’re A Fan Girl In Your Own Band [A Blog From Autumn City]

    It’s no big secret that I am huge music lover. I love all styles of music, but I always tend to lean towards that classic, Woodstock kind of Rock and Roll. It’s amazing to go to these huge festivals and … Continue reading

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    Why New Bands Need To Branch Out Beyond Their Home Town

    Why New Bands Need To Branch Out Beyond Their Home Town

    You’re probably thinking we are a little crazy for saying this, but new bands need to focus on playing shows that are more outside of their hometown. It’s always hard to break into areas that don’t know you, but if … Continue reading

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    Business Rules For Independent Musicians

    Business Rules For Independent Musicians

    Congratulations! You’ve made it to the last section of this blog about business rules as a musician and making a successful career. In business, if someone works exclusively for you full-time, they are your employee. There are a lot of … Continue reading

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    4 Ways Even the Shyest Artists Can Develop Their Onstage Persona

    4 Ways Even the Shyest Artists Can Develop Their Onstage Persona

    Artistry itself is a tough egg to crack. A lot of artists are protective of their work and even a bit private with it. It’s their baby, something they crafted, so naturally, they want to hold it close and only … Continue reading

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    Guitarist: Your Gig Bag Essentials

    Guitarist: Your Gig Bag Essentials

    Whatever can go wrong will go wrong. It’s an immutable law of nature. This is especially true of the concert stage, where egos, beer, bright lights, loud amps and winking groupies can wreak all sorts of havoc. But you can … Continue reading

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    Why You Should Perform Every Chance You Can

    Why You Should Perform Every Chance You Can

    Never underestimate the value of performing, whether at home for family and friends, or in a ‘proper’ concert venue on a special grand piano. Performing for others, and the ability to get up and do it, is an important life … Continue reading

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    The History Of The Piano

    The History Of The Piano

    The piano is one of the instruments that can truly move  the soul. Most of us who play the piano don’t think about its history. Let’s travel 400 years back to the Baroque period to see what the piano was … Continue reading

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    Fun Ways To Practice Scales

    Fun Ways To Practice Scales

    We all know that most musicians don’t get amped up to practice scales. If you do, that’s great. For those of you who don’t find scales the most gratifying experience, we have a few fun ways that might change your … Continue reading

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    Notation Software: Do You Need It?

    Notation Software: Do You Need It?

    There is software for everything out there for every need for a musician no matter what kind of music you play. With everything coming into the age of technology, notation software is joining too. The question is, do you need … Continue reading

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