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The Truth About the Music Business: A Grassroots Business and Legal Guide

The Truth About the Music Business: A Grassroots Business and Legal Guide (Paperback)

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This book guides the reader through the variety of stages and steps one takes to make a professional music career into a legal business. It covers important topics that every musician should fully understand before signing a contract, making a recording, or fully pursuing a career. With a straightforward, plain-English approach, this book is written by an attorney who has been on both sides of the desk in the music business. With the advent of modern computer recording technology, more musicians are producing music for sales and seeking careers than ever before. With those careers comes the need for understanding and planning a career that goes past where the next gig is. This useful and easy-to-follow guide helps the reader do just that, therefore providing a path to gain more control over his/her music career.

BusinessIndustry & industrial studiesMedia, information & communication industriesMusic industryMusic & DanceMusic Books Publisher: Cengage Learning, Inc Publication Date: 01/02/2005 ISBN-13: 9781592007639  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Steve Moore has been in the music industry for 26 years. He began his music career in 1977 when he began to play music professionally. He has worked as a Singer/Songwriter, Studio Owner, Publisher, Recording Engineer, Record Producer, Live Sound & Lighting Production, Independent Label Head-New South Records. He worked as an Entertainment Lawyer (12 Years) in Nashville, TN where he represented a number of national & international acts. Formed High Cotton Records in 2003 signing independent alt country and rock artists from the Southeast US.

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