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Thursday, September 2, 2010
Dear Readers and Artists of Rising Artists International,
Posted by David Leek at 2:17 PM
Monday, July 12, 2010
Welcome to the June 13, 2010 edition of rai's free music promotion.
Leonard Gilhooley x presents How to watch your favorite crime shows for free posted at Masters in Forensic Science, saying, "CSI, Monk, Bones, The Mentalist, Law and Order – with so many great crime shows, it’s easy to miss one while watching the other. Fortunately, a few new websites have sprung up to meet the demand and have your favorite shows for free. And, they’re legal."
Jennifer Meyer presents 25 Excellent iPad Apps for Scripture Study posted at Masters in Divinity, saying, "All world religions have scriptures that are studied by a multitude of scholars and believers. These excellent iPad apps can help tremendously with scripture study."
Jeff presents 6 Tips For Booking Your First Tour posted at Independent Musician Magazine | Chorus Magazine, Edmonton AB, saying, "6 essential tips for booking an independent tour."
Marisa Wikramanayake presents Music review: Moneen - The World I Want To Leave Behind posted at Marisa Wikramanayake.
Marisa Wikramanayake presents Music Review: The Beautiful Few's The Nights You Did Your Hair posted at Marisa Wikramanayake.
Decibel Music Blog presents No Fatal Flaws with South Jordan | Decibel Blog | Your Place for New Music posted at Decibel Blog | Your Place for New Music, saying, "This is a band we reviewed back in December that we'd like to help promote."
U2 Media presents U2 ALERT:Not playing O2 or Docklands posted at U2TOURFANS, saying, "U2TOURFNS provides a complete 360 Social Media Experience. You can download our site to your iTouch, Iphone, sign up on Facebook, Follow our tweets or just watch some of the thousands of hours of concert videos on our Youtube Channel."
Jeff presents Review: CDBaby posted at Independent Musician Magazine | Chorus Magazine, Edmonton AB, saying, "A review of the popular music distribution service, CDBaby."
Jeff presents Tape, Tape Revolution - Independent Musician Magazine | Chorus Magazine, Edmonton AB posted at Independent Musician Magazine | Chorus Magazine, Edmonton AB, saying, "Why & how cassette tapes are making a comeback in DIY band circles."
Jennifer Saksa presents Comparing Audio Software: Recording, Editing and Mixing posted at NCH Software Blog, saying, "Choose the right audio software to record your band and vocals and mix for high quality demo tracks and more"
Jordy Clements presents CARNIVaL Danse Dement posted at Omaha Music, saying, "CARNIVaL Danse Demet is one of two large annual parties thrown by DJ crew 1/Fourth. With Ames, IA band The Envy Corps and Broken Spindles (Joel Peterson of The Faint) along to help out, The Waiting Room was transformed, at least for one evening."
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Posted by David Leek at 1:00 PM
Monday, June 21, 2010
- Artist Type: Producer, Recording Artist, Singer, Lyricsit
- Main Genre: Acoustic Rock
- Main Website: http://www.pumangarine.co.uk/
Bio / Description:
- I have been a member in 12 different bands over the space of about 15 years and have gigged the UK top to bottom. My musical experiences have included working with Miles Hunt of the Wonderstuff and playing venues such as Ronnie Scott’s and the London Astoria. I write my own music and lyrics, sing lead and backing vocals, play acoustic 6 & 12 string, electric lead and rhythm, bass, and keyboards and piano as well as producing and mixing. During my career I have been involved in creating a wide spectrum of music genres from Rock, Indie, Pop, heavy metal to relaxation music and instrumentals (Feel good/Romantic/Powerful/Emotional) etc. However, the closest to my heart is creating acoustic based songs. I currently have a running website www.pumangarine.co.uk to promote my music world wide. I am looking to move into the music industry on a full time basis as this is where I wish to pursue my full time career.
"Purely great music. From the voice to the smooth guitar melodies Keith Andrew Small is an amazing preformer. Every sound is mixed perfectly and the lyrics can speak to everyone. Keith Andrew Small has transformed a techno jonkey and got me hooked on acoustic rock!"
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Posted by David Leek at 8:13 AM
Friday, June 18, 2010
I would like to apologize to all of the connected artists of RAI and those that have been waiting patiently for the last few months to get connected. My life has been a bit crazy in the aspect of finding time to actually work. Rising Artists at the moment isn't a real job, but a hobby that I have fallen in love with. It has been my dream now since last June to make RAI one of the top promotions company in the world. And now is time for that to happen. No more broken deadlines, and no more weekly dry spells on blog posts.
While I have been slacking on the business end of the stick, I have more then made up for in the planning ahead end of it. In the might be near future RAI will open up a customizable merchandise shop for connected artists. Every band needs its merch! In the coming weeks also expect frequent twitter updates with awesome little links to free downloads and inside secrets, and even some exclusive artist interviews. Expect a bi-weekly update for the "Artist Survival Guide" and a new artist every week! RAI will even offer free account creation for popular music websites like ReverbNation and Last.fm.
This is going to be an exciting rest of forever. So get ready and hold on!
Follow RAI on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/RisingArtists
Posted by David Leek at 11:00 PM
Saturday, June 12, 2010
Be sure to check out his songs and give him your vote. It takes no more then 1 minute to sign up and vote. http://bit.ly/cT2ryU .
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Posted by David Leek at 2:28 PM