Use SoundCloud Promotion for success in music industry

A good music need not be successful or popular too. We all have come across good songs that have all the elements to stay on the charts, but have slipped out of the hit chart list in no time. This has often left me pondering why such good songs go unheard. Yes, it is not necessary that good composition becomes popular, and similarly a hit music is really good. In today’s world, success is manipulated by the number of likes on social media and number of play hits. The lesser the share the more restricted is its reach to the audience.

If you are looking for popularity and success of your well created and professionally produced music album, you must also recognize the power of the internet medium. SoundCloud promotions are understood to be the best way to promote music. Take the case of Terra Alive, the music album went viral, in a shortest possible time with the songs becoming popular like an anthem. With SoundCloud, you can ensure, more people will listen to your album, which can boost your exposure.…

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JJP stages an evocative ‘Dark of the Moon’ for Halloween

Pretty girl meets witch-boy on a foggy night in the Great Smoky Mountains. Immediately smitten, she falls under his spell and they consummate their love. When they meet again later on a sentient human level, she is pregnant with his child. She must remain true to him, or the spell will be broken and her lover will become a witch again.

What to do, what to do?…

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Organizers announce next Region 2020 arts council meeting

Lively discussions sparked at a public meeting Sept. 24 of the proposed Arts and Cultural Master Plan have prompted organizers to schedule another gathering for Monday. At the September meeting, the second since Region 2020 initiated the plan in June, 90 arts leaders and others with a stake in the Birmingham arts community divided into eight focus groups to fine-tune issues such as arts funding, diversity, education and cultural tourism.

 

“We were reporting back what we’ve been hearing,” said Marc Goldring, Vice President of Wolf, Keens & Co., the Boston arts consultants overseeing the project. “Toward the end, someone stood up and said they really haven’t had enough time to delve into these issues. A show of hands showed that half of the folks would be interested in talking again.”…

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Dining guide lets quitters, non-smokers breathe easier

It’s hard enough to quit smoking without having to watch fellow diners puffing away on the other side of the restaurant.

“Avoid places where smokers gather.”

That’s item six on an American Cancer Society list of “Tips to Help You Quit,” but it’s easier said than done when you go out to eat.…

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007: The Alabama connection

For much of his life, Bruce Scivally has had a special bond with one of the greatest spy heroes in movie history.

When he was 6, growing up in the small North Alabama community of Plevna (near New Market), Scivally’s mother, Aileen Scivally, bought him an Oddjob hand puppet. It had the trademark hat used in the movies as a flying projectile, this one a bright plastic green.…

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A tough salvation

After author Michael Morris and his wife, artist Melanie Morris, passed through this area on a book tour, they left their jobs in North Carolina in September and moved to Fairhope.

We are local artists who met the couple recently. We found Melanie to be friendly and engaging, Michael, deeply thoughtful and peaceful. Our conversation turned to Michael’s new novel, “A Place Called Wiregrass.”…

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