Registered Physical Therapist David Shulman visits Music Industry Forum class to discuss injuries that musicians encounter and ways to prevent and manage them.
Social media is literally taking over the way the world functions and communicates, and is continuing to expand each and every minute of every day. It's a scary thought... isn't it? With a society built on the innovations of technology, it is more important than ever to utilize what it has to offer - but this can create a gray area.
Music Industry Forum sits down with a former Bolivian-teen-idol, Bhob Rainey. Topics include high school music programs, improvisation, computer programming, and a brief history of DJ Skrew.
Four Loyola University student acts perform in this special performance 'perforum.' Performers include Taz, Zach Lund, Lacey Rose and City Lark.
John Paul and Billy O'Connell interview Shaneika Brooks, product manager at Blue Note records. She talks about what it takes to get a band signed to a selective label and how labels operate in the current Music Industry.
Producer, musician and label owner George Howard discusses the traits that successful musicians and successful entrepreneurs have in common. Using real-world examples (Phish, the Grateful Dead), he argues that musicians have it in their power to be creative, innovative businesspeople, and offers advice on how to go about achieving this synergy.