Writing under the name Nils Johansen, recently deceased radio announcer Mark Elliot fought many a battle to quieten inner demons that found him
What Was Said
What Was Said
Toronto musician, bandleader, and real estate broker Duncan Fremlin articulates the frustration faced by many creative souls who are being financially pushed against the wall at a time when the major labels are earning record ROIs, global concert promoters are selling more tickets at higher prices than ever before, and music streaming services are generating billions of dollars annually.
In response to a fan question on his Red Hand
If you assume that every time Mark Zuckerberg opens his mouth a lie is born, you won't be far from reality.
The following is part of an interview conducted by Robert Cavuoto with Ted Nugent that appears on the website MyGlobalMind.com.
"...Women. Your Time is NOW. I know, I know. Many of you have not been trained to Step Out and Step Away. Men CAN get away with Being Arrogant. Women CAN'T get away with Being Bitchy. No one said that this was going to be easy. But for God's Sake Ladies.....SAVE US!"
Now writing under the name Nils Johansen, the retired radio announcer has fought many a battle and famously battled with inner demons. In a Facebook posting recently he reflects on a kinder, gentler time in radio and wonders if there is enough room and enough pay for a new cast of young broadcasters in a world where headcounts are shrinking as fast as the polar ice caps.
Madonna appeared at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards Monday night to present the award for Video of the Year and while on stage gave a lengthy speech in honour of the late Aretha Franklin, an oration that was intended to be laudatory but ended up perceived by many as self-indulgent.
CPCC Chair Lyette Bouchard recently addressed a copyright and artist remuneration committee hearing in Ottawa, and she had some impressive facts that suggest it is time Canada amended its laws.
The preeminent streaming service is walking on shaky ground in announcing it is willing to do direct deals with some artists and managers as it hopes to maintain necessary ties with record labels.
Soft-spoken and eminently successful, DeGiorgio is a successful music publisher and songwriter who has travelled the world around the world 16 times, had his lyrics translated into more than a dozen languages and helped his clients sell 30M records.