NBC’s Californians A blast from the past for a little chuckle! Ever had a conversation about traffic in the Los Angeles? CLICK HERE for a “knee slapper.”
Beyonce’s album release is all the rage because she DID NOT promote it. She let everyone else do the talking starting at 12AM on Friday the 13th. As a major artist not promoting your album is a big deal!
The irony is that indie artists have been dropping albums with no promotion for decades with no comparable press reaction. As an emerging artist, is it possible to top that release? It has yet to be seen but we can focus on making quality music and letting it go viral online.
“What If You Don’t Like Beyonce’s Album?” Basically, you’ll be hooked once you watch the videos and take a second listen. The buzz and sales growth of this album is undeniable, especially in this evolving music climate.
There are some things in life that you just can’t take too seriously. At the end of the day, life should be fun! Love the process. R. Kelly(no matter how you feel about him today) finds the fun in improvising. He is given four random topics to write about on the spot. A reminder that there are no rules.
As many of you know, we are in the studio making the first studio album! So grateful to everyone who joined VIP thus far to support and help make this happen! We are uncovering a unique fusion of sound for the Dani W Project, including Funk Rock, Hip Pop, and more. Excited to share this project with you!
What’s music to your ears around tax season? Hmm….the nerd in me likes to know the benefits of deductions. Isn’t this everyone’s idea of weekend fun?…
Enjoy these tips for educational purposes!
The below was provided by the helpful customer service team at Sweetwater. I am not affiliated with the company, nor am I a tax advisor, so please refer to www.irs.gov and your tax and legal professionals for advice.
The first article speaks directly to musicians and briefly explains travel, meal, vehicle, and equipment expenses (for both gigging and studio musicians), and whether or not you can deduct them on your taxes. http://www.artstaxinfo.com/musicians.shtml
The Sweetwater company is not comprised of legal experts or tax advisors, so you should definitely discuss these issues with your own professional tax advisor. Each individual’s situation is different, and these links are for informational purposes only.
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