I’ve written a lot of articles recently on the topic of rockabilly. Throughout the past couple of months I’ve forced myself to think about the music, to learn about the music, to feel the music, to hear the music, and to write about the music. Why? What would prompt me to spend so much of my time putting all these thoughts together about a genre of music that had its fleeting moment of glory for a few short years almost 60 years ago and was all but forgotten as quickly as it burst upon the music scene? Good question.
Even if you have a different image of what an Oldies should play, you may be thinking that it is a stretch to say that an Oldies station would ever play punk. But first, let’s address the two definitions of Punk music. In the mid/late 70s, Punk referred to two types of music: the type of wild, crude music that most people have labeled as Punk from the 80s on, and it referred to anything that didn’t sound like the popular rock music of the 60s and 70s; what we now refer to as Classic Rock. Some of those bands continued into the 1980s with the Punk sound and label, while the others were renamed New Wave, since they weren’t playing the crude, raucous, anarchy type of music.
First off, many people like to play through a new piece of sheet music without initially analyzing the score. Before you tackle the whole composition, you should first become familiar with that particular composition’s language. Look over the music to get a feel for its length and structure. Doing this initial ‘birds-eye’ view analysis will really help you master a piece of music faster than if you just sat down and started to play right through it.
What else can I do to promote my music in the community? You can create a full-blown marketing strategy, sort to speak. Once you surround yourself with fans of your music, you can create a mailing list which will allow you to update your fans on everything that is going on in your life as an artist personally. You can use your mailing list to promote new songs even more efficiently.
After a hectic schedule, you may want to ease your stress. Nothing is better than music. It can soothe your soul and mind thereby making you feel relaxed and calm. There are many sources from where you can get albanische music. But in such an economic condition people are hesitating to spend money on any entertainment stuffs. Many of them are planning to save money, buying recreation stuffs is a mere extravagancy to them. So, what will they do? Will they live life without entertainment? There is a solution to every problem. They can get cheap music, if they apply some simple strategies.
It is much better to have your own domain in setting up your own website consisting your online music. Although it is a best way to start with those websites which can host your name such as MySpace but still it would be much better if you have your own.
If you don’t know how to read music, you can figure out how to make sounds you like with your chosen instrument, whether it’s a guitar, piano, or piccolo. Just start making joyful sounds. Some of the most memorable musical solos are a single note. (Think Neil Young and the solo to Cinnamon Girl or Katrina and the Waves tune Walking on Sunshine).
I hope that this has helped in some way. These are things that I’ve learned along the way. They may or may not apply to you. Again, it’s all about you and you can promote your music anyway you want. Just stop stalling and do it. Start making those mistakes and getting those fans!