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TuneCore Acquires DropKloud, Opens Innovation Lab

TuneCore has acquired musician focused app maker DropKloud and will add its co-founders, James DeNino and Kedar Frederic to the TuneCore team. The two will open a TuneCore office in Boston, where they will focus on product development in a new TuneCore innovation lab designed to build new tools and services for artists. The DropKloud app offers digital enhancement to street team ...


James Donio, President Of The Music Business Association Looks Back On 2014

James Donio, President of the Music Business Association (Music Biz) is up next on our Virtual Panel. On the subject of streaming, Donio says, “While we refrain from editorializing on any Music Biz member company’s role in the marketplace, it is abundantly clear that streaming will continue to gain traction next year as it tallies more ...


Dave Kusek Of The New Artist Model Looks Back On 2014 [Our Virtual Panel]

Dave Kusek is the founder of the New Artist Model online music business school and former CEO and founder of Berklee Online. Kusek is also the co-author of one of the best selling music business books The Future of Music: Manifesto for the Digital Music Generation written in 2005, and has enjoyed a successful career as ...


Katherine McVicker Launches New Booking Agency Music Works International

Music Industry Veteran Katherine McVicker has launched a new booking agency, Music Works International. Based in Reading, Mass, the new agency represents an international roster that includes Dianne Reeves, David Sanborn, Jason Moran, Lalah Hathaway, & Ruthie Foster, Plus Stars Lizz Wright, Kurt Elling, Vijay Iyer, Joshua Redman, Richard Bona, The Gloaming, Justin Kauflin, and Martin ...


Jack Conte Of Pomplamoose And Patreon Looks Back At 2014

Jack Conte, multi-instrumentialist of Pomplamoose and co-founder of Patreon joins us today to's year end virtual panel. When asked about effect of ubiquitous music online and what the “Taylor Swift Debate" means for music streaming he says “No - the debate won't change anything, but artists pulling out of Spotify will." Conte goes on, “So many financial models ...


The Lead Sheet: Twin Cities Live Jazz, December 12-18

As we get closer to the holidays, the options for live music keep growing. This week, for instance, you can hear one of the finest jazz quintets on the local scene in a too-rare live gig; welcome home (if briefly) one of our most popular, swinging pianists; enjoy productions of holiday brass and holiday songs from ...


The art of the jazz duo

The art of the jazz duo

Pianist Johnny Varro is best known for his interpretations of vintage jazz, most of it dating to the 1920s through the '40s. But Friday afternoon's duo concert with bassist Mark Neuenschwander for the South County Jazz Club gave Varro a chance to spread his wings a bit into material not associated with his Swing 7 classic ...


Our Virtual Panel Looks Back on 2014 | Dave Cool of Bandzoogle

Dave Cool, Director of Artist Relations at Banzoogle joins us next on's 2014 Year End Virtual Panel. Cool lands among other YouTube Music key skeptics: “I'm not sure what impact it will have. YouTube has gotten away with being the largest free music streaming service for years. I don't know how they're going to get people ...



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