Navigating the music industry is really difficult! We can help in many ways. For one thing, you can get lots of information here. This is the Your Listen magazine, where we try to get you the information you need to advance your musical journey. If you have any questions about anything on this website, let us know. And hopefully, we can answer some questions you didn't even know you had.
For more information on the music industry, click here
Basic Design Tips For Websites For Musicians If you’re one of the skeptics out there who believes that all websites are the same, just visit a site like Facebook and then check out a hosted site on Yahoo or Google. The difference between the two sorts of sites will be quite clear, and you should be aware that thoughtful web ... Read More
As a musician, you probably don’t think about insurance very much. However, it can be important for you, especially if you drive very far for gigs. My old neighbor was a drummer and he used to drive up to 2 hours both ways for gigs that were far away. Granted, people in California drive a lot, but still. So anyway, ... Read More
From PRNewswire: NEW YORK, July 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — MTV today announced that global superstar Jennifer Lopez will receive the “Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award” at the 2018 MTV “VMAs.” She is also set to perform live at this year’s show for the first time since 2001 and is nominated for two “VMAs” for her most recent single, “Dinero.” With a legacy that spawns over ... Read More
Do you want to learn the guitar? Perhaps, you would like to help your child or another member of your family learn. Well, you no longer have to spend a lot of money or go to weekly lessons to become a decent rocker. You can learn guitar free online. There’s a lot to learn and you might not become ... Read More
I still remember when MP3s first hit the scene. It was a long time ago and they weren’t all that easy to find. Plus, it took a long time to download all of them. But hey, they were free mp3 music downloads, so no one was really complaining. Well, actually the music companies complained. The mp3 revolution started way back ... Read More