Four Loyola University student acts perform in this special performance 'perforum.' Performers include Taz, Zach Lund, Lacey Rose and City Lark.
John Paul interviews Kerry O'Neil, Nashville music giant and founder of Big Yellow Dog Music. He has worked in all facets of the music industry and does consulting for some of the tops acts in the U.S. music scene.
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John Paul interviews Steve Smith, Music Editor for Time Out New York about his job, his career in the industry and his love of music of all genres.
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The students of Senior Seminar present their business plans to a panel of Loyola University New Orleans Faculty and Staff.
Elliot Adams, Digital Media Director for the State of Louisiana, talks to Loyola University New Orleans students about the things the state is doing to create opportunities for them
Richard Williams, a general bank councelor, talks to Loyola University New Orleans students about who they have to convince (and how) when it comes to financing their art.
Web developer Jesse Von Doom talks to Loyola University New Orleans students about enhancing their web presence and how that leads to independence and self sufficiency
Mary Jo Kaczka talks to Loyola University New Orleans students about production coordinating on a tour and about the skills they'll need to succeed in the chaos of the music industry.