Registered Physical Therapist David Shulman visits Music Industry Forum class to discuss injuries that musicians encounter and ways to prevent and manage them.
Music Industry Forum welcomes Greg Rodrigue and Daniel Ray from Community Records.
Donald Boomgaarden, dean of Loyola’s College of Music & Fine Arts, offers advice to students engaging in study of the arts.
Former Loyola Unviersity New Orleans student John Michael of the band “Mynameisjohnmichael” talks to Loyola University New Orleans students about the perils of maintaining a band and about what they can do now to create revenue streams through their music.
John Rankin talks to students about the challenges of singing while playing the guitar.
Ron Carter shares his thoughts on the state of the jazz industry today, and what has been lost in recent years as a result of changes in technology and in the business itself.
Legendary jazz bassist Ron Carter sits down with two students at Loyola University, New Orleans, for a frank discussion of his career in jazz, the challenges of making it in the jazz industry of today, and the miracle that is having the sound that one makes with their fingers resemble the sound that comes out of the speakers in someone
Kelvin Brown, a student at Loyola University, New Orleans, and an up and coming record producer, talks with George Howard of ArtistsHouse and Loyola about the challenges that face a new player in the music business, and how young people can get their name known, retain control of their copyrights, and monetize the music they write or produce in order to build a lucrative career in music.
In this Loyola University, New Orleans forum with Artists House Music President John Snyder, jazz promoter Deborah Lewow explains the challenges of promotion in the landscape of today