“The cool thing is, in both fields, I have been given the opportunity to change someone’s life, to heal him. To inspire her. Now, with mindful balancing of my exuberant muse and the discipline of intellect, I can create music to help people find connection and new meaning in their lives.”
Rändi Fay gets intimate with Musical Notes Global and discusses the intersection of music and medicine in her life. Check it out here.
“We in Septacy are honoured to not only have had the opportunity to hear and meet these bands, but to share stages with them and, more often than not, call them our friends.” Septacy shares a playlist of some of their favorite songs on Musical Notes Global! Read more here.
The Sometimes Island recently curated a playlist worthy of every poolside hangout and road trip you’ll take this summer. The playlist, exclusively on Musical Notes Global features some big name artists you love, like Spoon, Christine and the Queens, Kindness, and more! Matt Blankenship Jr., man behind the moniker The Sometimes Island, says the playlist is all about taking in all that summer has to offer. “This playlist celebrates slowing down, basking in the sun and letting that drop of condensation roll off your ice cold drink as you relax by the pool.” Sounds pretty perfect to us. Check out the playlist here.
“In any production, regardless of medium, what happens in pre-production can make or break the entire project. It sounds simple, but I cannot stress enough the importance of planning ahead. The sooner and farther out you can schedule the show, the better. Not only will the venue appreciate the lead time, but it will give you time to make changes when something inevitably goes wrong. For a release show in early April, we started booking in mid-February; and there are people who believe even that is cutting it close.”
HereComeHere share their secrets to a succesful release show exclusively with Musical Notes Global. Read the full guest blog here.