Artists. Musicians. Photographers. Writers. Whatever the label, we’re all creators. That’s who the Creative Wealth Project serves: we who were born to create. The Creative Wealth Project was designed to help creative people grow both their audiences and incomes through shared talents and knowledge, because art in any form deserves to be shared, and those who create it should be able to afford to do so.
If music personified could show up to your house on the back of a motorcycle, kick down your door, burn your TOP-40 radio collection on your front lawn, and then flip you the bird as it left you jaw-dropped in the wake of its sonic existence… that music would be the music of Rebel Few. … Continue reading Music: An Interview with Rebel Few
A few weeks ago, I was listening to a podcast I’ve started to frequently indulge in with my morning coffee (Made It In Music) and I came across a quote (which I will paraphrase below) from a man named Dean Diehl (his episode is linked here) that really drove home a point for me: “Most … Continue reading Converting Fans Into Customers Lesson 1: Exposure
Whoever said you absolutely need guitars to make some noise in the rock n’ roll scene obviously hasn’t listened to Hot Lips before. A power trio hailing from Toronto, Canada, the band brings a unique brand of electro-grunge rock that drips of a dark, mysterious sexiness with every brooding note. Likening them to the type … Continue reading Music: An Interview With Hot Lips’ Keith Heppler