One thing rings true in life: Everything Changes.
That’s especially true of the economy and the music industry.
The guys in Black Water Greed from Pennsylvania have launched a KickStarter campaign to raise funds for their new CD. A new evolution in the music industry, crowd funding is now one of the most popular, and viable ways for bands to raise needed money to pay for recording costs.
The benefit to fans is being a part of the music – of history – as well as helping out a favorite group of musicians.
Click on the image below to watch their video. If the spirit moves you, head to the BLACK WATER GREED KickStarter page and donate a few bucks to these dedicated musicians. The rock gods will love you for it.
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Her dad ran a cult in Oregon. When she was 17, he found out she had a secret boyfriend and put her on the street. That was the last time she saw him.
But fate was kind to BREE. Flying V in hand, she made her way to Nashville where she has found success she couldn’t have imagined that day when she faced the street and nowhere to go.
What’s life like now for this sassy hard rocker? Click the image below and listen to the interview!
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It’s not exactly easy to get your music on TV. But for brothers Matt and Andrew Como, success in that arena has come, if not with ease, at least in abundance.
Where can hard work, a killer sound and dedication get a band?
Find out in this exclusive New Driven interview with The Como Brothers Band.
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As a band, touring is vital to growing your brand, meeting new audiences and building your career. Touring overseas take that to a whole new dimension.
Canadian rock band, YUCA, were able to realize a dream by touring Japan in June of this year. They were met with audiences hungry for their music.
To say the tour was a success would be a huge understatement. The thing that actually illustrates just how successful the tour was is the fact that YUCA is heading back to Japan this October for an extended tour.
What’s it like playing before an audience that isn’t fluent in your native language, (and you’re not fluent in theirs)? Is dealing with airport security always a hassle? Does the band have any plans for a North American tour? Find out by clicking the image below and listening to the New Driven / YUCA interview:
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Clearly WINCHESTER REBELS don’t take themselves too seriously. They know how to have fun.
Their music, however, is a totally different story. Here they focus intense energy and serious dedication to craft music that some say is The Next New Thing.
Stream the interview by clicking on the below image and find out which one wears pink socks, why being in a band is like being in a relationship and what their connection is to Paul Walker.
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