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The Arch of the Career In Music; Keep On Sliding!

There is so much before, between and beyond a show like "American Idol." I admit, it is entertaining, but people seem to accept at face value that if one is really talented, and gifted, he or she will get in!



I know personally, three specific cases, where an extremely talented individual did not even make it to first call backs. Thus, the whole thing felt, to them, like that was the end, at least until they collected their broken bits and put their self esteem back… Continue

Added by Amber Whitlock on October 16, 2009 at 11:40am — No Comments

Finding Your Voice, "The Singer's Path To Enjoyment & Success In Music"

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Friends,



I am sending along some important information on a workshop coming up at the end of October. If you are a singer, professional or amature, you CAN NOT miss this opportunity. This is truly going to be a beneficial program to take you to the next level in your career. Do you know someone who's working hard to navigate through the business? Please pass this on to… Continue

Added by Amber Whitlock on September 25, 2009 at 7:35pm — No Comments

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