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Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business
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Justin Lewis (Celebrity DJ & Producer) Professional Communication Presentation Regarding Music Business

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Justin has established endorsement relationships with Beats By Dre Headphones, Adidas Originals, Jeremy Scott, Jet-Blue, and various publicized magazines. Such as; People, Style, and Vibe magazine. As …

Justin has established endorsement relationships with Beats By Dre Headphones, Adidas Originals, Jeremy Scott, Jet-Blue, and various publicized magazines. Such as; People, Style, and Vibe magazine. As Justin continues to be a favorable DJ, he's physically distributed over 500,000 mix-tapes, throughout the mid-Atlantic region with more than 87 released mix-tape titles under his belt. Today, he manages his own International talent, consulting, and brokerage firm "Sick World Records". Witch primarily focuses on International contract, and sponsorship negotiation.

Appearances:

The Oprah Winfrey Show
The Kids Choice Awards
The View
NBC’s The Today Show
The U.S. Open
Ellen Degeneres Show
Tonight Show with David Letterman
Jay Leno
BET’s 106 and Park
ABC’s The View
Dick Clark’s New Years Eve
The Wendy Williams Show
The George Lopez Show
Good Morning America
Specialties

(Celebrity) contract, and (Athlete) sponsorship negotiation.

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  • 1. Dream; A series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a persons mind.By: Ju!in Michael"e DreamMusic Business (06/16/2013)Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/iamdjjaylew/5708024886/Monday, June 17, 13Beginning;We used to believe that anyone could be star if they had enough talent, and pushed throughly to pursue their goals.I’m a celebrity DJ for many of today’s acclaimed superstars, and bad acquisitions of becoming a star often are topics of discussion.These bad acquisitions consist of the following; Marketability, Talent, and Funding.
  • 2. Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/12507137@N00/6832793942/in/photolist-bpMRA7-6Qh6B7-eeB2SM-5UxfSr-bSsZj6-53XDVX-e9515S-cmkxvE-57Qvha-HJCHv-7cemxT-3tfyXs-7QvDjp-9kdcWr-aHRQxn-bYkUM-dPPa9-bYVGW3-6tXtSK-6tXtuv-6u2CXS-z74Lo-68KhKM-dTxnys-bvZD9C-e14XAt-6vwWpX-cvUcJJ-6vBbN5-6vBbsj-8wkxcx-dP1L6b-ALTG7-7UzHWh-6DhQEB-8anQXF-9K4ktb-cDjXU-5WfxbE-6Dn1D1-3mYXFM-9oLv39-emtL9k-6kByk8-cScpq1-diEZbT-PxB56-bPg97D-8r5itW-4MLWkS-d3Maa9Visual, Logical, Aural,Physical, and verbal?Monday, June 17, 13Hook/attention grabber:How many of you in the audience have ever heard of the following learning styles; Visual, Logical, Aural, Physical, and verbal?This is very important in because some of us are visual, logical, aural, physical, and verbal learners.Most importantly these learning styles play a huge part when determining a musicians adaptability within the music industry.
  • 3. There’s no specificevidence to support how tobecome a star within themusic industry.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/61439108@N06/5936728430/in/photolist-a3BhwJ-a3yqHM-bnXXub-EHWZT-7mD2q6-82DAuU-KD9jF-cTbj6A-7YVXSw-5c2i6o-6hKQS-KCyYu-4VnWn4-4iQiJt-4Vs9pC-9YHJEq-5GL8SxMonday, June 17, 13The Big Idea:There’s no specific evidence to support how to become a star within the music industry.But as we continue to talk, and look through music theories, and possible, but unjustifiable evidence.I’ll suggest what you should look for, and do when beginning your musical career towards stardom.
  • 4. So what exactly are these theories saying?Musicians are more successful without the help ofRecord labels.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/39930529@N06/3815052938/in/photolist-6P89jN-kdBd2-Km129-4yy1C4-9rjMsG-dD7N3x-7cW3nk-bsPwvX-6zLdJm-6bBgV3-5UVpLR-5z4BWf-8qqQt7-4VNWeN-4e9Z9M-5yZfrt-4yy1Cn-88aAGZ-dzUbmo-8ZfRhs-4QxdpL-e7V4C-3mzmQf-PxCF2-4x1VEn-5SUaJX-9ZbLLU-4NPSy-6Fa9Ah-wLokHMonday, June 17, 13The Big Idea:So what exactly are these theories saying?1.) Musicians will perform better in their hometowns, and or in front of people in which they know.2.) Musicians are more successful without the help of record labels.
  • 5. What kind of learner are you?Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/33776306@N05/3949347399/in/photolist-71Zrox-8vEHzC-ae2MMB-8HRJSa-5rCgQf-2f5kuA-9QNu8c-Ji24Y-bP7wuF-5fnsNA-967qZs-ihWUD-zTXS-6hTAVS-bXU1cf-8XcwqY-8XatRM-8XbVCW-8XbjkN-8XdciN-8NiKsV-8Niza4-8Xc6ps-8NndZq-8XaQ3q-8X9aEi-8XdyU7-8Nn1A1-8XaUeY-8X9Ftr-8NiGL8-8X9f54-8N7XT3-8N5bBc-8Nngom-8XdmTj-8X8Dj4-8XaGva-8NjjWF-8Nnstu-8N4KET-8Nnjts-8N8dbS-8Xagkt-8NiBaB-8NmTW1-8Nnn6G-8NnamE-6PC4mC-9xwcQQ-9xxHZuMonday, June 17, 13Hook/attention grabber:1.) If your a visual learner you’ll more likely adjust faster when performing than a audio learner.2.) If your a audio learner your more likely to be a better musician than an visual learner.3.) If your a physical learner your more likely to be more successful in Rock, and other genres that focus much less on performance.
  • 6. Why your topic is important or worth discussing?Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/44723124@N07/4461837111/in/photolist-7Nh5J4-eutnap-522xAW-bALQQP-8dED3M-6BaSj6-cxMgCs-793XyY-52PNdb-3rKRi-6oQ2wj-asT6K-3inmSW-6WtgzT-twCLZ-gaDbo-6fQCV1-35M686-Jj8HK-4XzD4B-8xRwrf-8xHqb-dM6t2U-7hhjkx-6y4xA-7eA5ow-4NqrGn-cGx6-8ETJ76-mF4Kn-5UsCEN-91rZUH-3mE3N-6X5Gwr-88kHjW-M4NGc-niWbo-mF4Mt-dWfep-6PeieC-6tzZi8-89g2ya-7T3JhA-fUur1-3gAS5-bYdQ1N-4SLUr8-9knxHu-bYdNHC-5PCQhK-8f7SqeMonday, June 17, 13Why your topic is important or worth discussing;Because we all work best within preferred learning styles, and these learning styles are especially important. When making decisions regarding your musical career.
  • 7. AskYourself?Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/50548005@N00/5759234977/in/photolist-9LVzUM-aJLcNv-6wzd64-87hqVQ-aEhDym-2kqAcM-5qJNgW-6EAuiq-5aoCBu-dg24JH-5xCBAD-8GTmoN-6zZHHq-abF5Ez-5cnLVQ-JAjj2-4PXe8f-6WDDtm-4K1JH7-4JWv6B-8T7You-bzs3Fv-5YTGvV-9DUysU-cvJxV9-4KLiQu-3x5j7j-7aJGmd-9Q4jU-chRKyJ-4DzdMr-4xrzTJ-8LV5Ew-5rmqSs-28WkCa-aX4mAZ-yFovX-dZqSWb-AcxDR-cSPM5J-A7bT5-sSCr7-56Qr47-4n3YhF-dob6sS-8G6xNv-dWcwFs-3EmGQ-9ifgC8-dobcCs-77yaK2Monday, June 17, 13Hook/attention grabber:Ask yourself?1.) What kind of learner are you?2.) When do I perform to the best of my ability?3.) What activities do I like best outside of music? Whether it’s Sports, Reading, Writing, Drawing, Sleeping, Listening to music, and etc...
  • 8. Why my audience should listento me?I’m a celebrity DJ for many of today’s acclaimedsuperstars for over 3 years, and know how to determinewhere musicians work best.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/iamdjjaylew/5708029998/Monday, June 17, 13Why my audience should listen to me?I’m a celebrity DJ for many of today’s acclaimed superstars for over 3 years, and know how to determine where musicians work best.I’ve been able to experience what it’s like to be a solo artist, and a main stream artist on tour.Lastly, I’m considered a major addition to many musicians, because as a DJ I’m required to keep each performance orderly.
  • 9. The music industryisn’t for everybody!Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/iamdjjaylew/5708028994/Monday, June 17, 13Hook/attention grabber:The music industry isn’t for everybody.Some musicians will never make it, and some musicians make it before they could blink. It’s very critical, and unguaranteed that anyone will achieve fame.. But most importantly it’s possible if your aware of your learning style.
  • 10. Goal; An area of imagery. To be accomplished after a series of steps over-time.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/iamdjjaylew/5708059610/lightbox/Monday, June 17, 13Call to Adventure:In 1983, Paul Morgan was working a 9 to 5 clerk’s job. When he managed to get an interview under a music agent. ”The fact that I kew someone that knew someone that knew someone sparked myinterest in music”. And is now the head of Warner Brother’s, and Atlantic Records music publishing office. http://books.google.com/books?id=bOhfsrq3Um8C&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+business&hl=en&sa=X&ei=-hWAUdOwFoPY9QTzooGoDQ&ved=0CGUQ6wEwCA#v=onepage&q=music%20business&f=falseRay Charles, and Stevie Wonder are some of the best pianist. But have never read nor completely college. These are prime examples of audio learners...As well as Jimmie Hedrix featured in slide 8 who never could read sheet music, but learned how to play the guitar through hearing.
  • 11. There are three elements thatmake anything successful;A goal, A plan and A team.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/44621157@N06/4098133637/lightbox/Monday, June 17, 13II. MiddleThere are three elements that are also required to make anything success. A goal, A plan, and A team.“If you don’t have a dream then you’ll never accomplish your goals”. JM (Justin Micheal)
  • 12. “But why do we believe it? Why does fameseem so accessible and even inevitable”?Because we’ve become brainwashedinto thinking that becoming famous is the cool.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/crazybobbles/8917865480/in/photolist-eA3oHo-zYab7-Nad2a-jkrqv-4XBniD-t52R2-zBeFg-5RYoQ6-3xHzU-5YqqwP-5S1wAD-4nYVLJ-4jt3e9-5e2p7w-5o8bPL-7WLvDZ-5Jg7z7-4EruBv-5P96FL-2Zxi3-3C8d6-4HmLqh-bwx9hi-4EYFxW-aZCKJ-kUcYV-7VosVx-FtQa9-cUD16S-2mLqW8-7CBaAc-922cDB-47nV68-5ZWCcr-611QLh-5ZWCoa-611Rpd-611QyC-611RiY-611Rxo-611QPA-5ZWDfc-611Ref-611R7o-5ZWC5x-5ZWD9T-5ZWCZc-5ZWCha-5ZWD4i-Px9xs-8dwnMX/lightbox/Monday, June 17, 13Supporting Point One:“But why do we believe it? Why does fame seem so accessible and even inevitable”? (http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/item_boFqZzkbcCjBdHxgSKbTQN)“Why do, according to a USA Today poll, 51% of 18 to 25 year olds say that "to be famous" is among their generations greatest goals, as opposed to "help[ing] people who need help" (30%) or"becom[ing] leaders in their community" (22%) (http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/item_boFqZzkbcCjBdHxgSKbTQN)One of the main reason why many of today’s children (musicians) are also falling into this gap.
  • 13. Many successful musicians suffer from poor parenting,and lack of exposure to extra curricular activities whichforce them into wanting to become something that theirnot. In-stead of pursuing their own ambitions, and goalstowards success.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/88206000@N00/7841902472/in/photolist-cWXNp3-4WXZYy-4wpvSY-4E7Mgt-4jVxfF-dAe94y-8mJBKB-bSnmkX-7b9qJq-byPMJp-aLPTvF-5srYEx-5swmt7-s6VzT-5swnb5-5swmQG-4r8fzE-mqRQ-8T8ad-7k6ruq-x5swH-ib5M1-828nLB-4qJ1Me-59z412-d7EYWj-7LUFyE-dUsaM9-643GMT-5c53bg-5c52Er-5c9ivQ-5c9ja1-5c52Lr-5c9jdJ-5c9j3b-5c9iyY-5c534a-5c52Zt-5c9iRL-5c53jD-5c9iYj-5c52vX-5c9iZQ-5c52G8-5c52Wa-5c9iN1-5c52ye-5c53fX-5c53dM-4qJB2XMonday, June 17, 13Supporting Point One:“Children are now being exposed to harrowing levels of fame. The average child today watches 25 hours of television per week. If they are exposed to just one celebrity for every hour of TV they watch,thats 1,300 celebrities per year” (http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/item_boFqZzkbcCjBdHxgSKbTQN)Many successful musicians suffer from poor parenting, and lack of exposure to extra curricular activities which force them into wanting to become something that their not. In-stead of pursuingtheir own ambitions, and goals towards success.
  • 14. Understanding the mental side ofthe music business is very important,beginning with mentally visualizingyour dreams coming truePhoto Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/littlemissjean/2772814382/in/photolist-5e2p7w-5o8bPL-7WLvDZ-5Jg7z7-4EruBv-5P96FL-2Zxi3-3C8d6-4HmLqh-bwx9hi-4EYFxW-aZCKJ-kUcYV-7VosVx-FtQa9-cUD16S-2mLqW8-7CBaAc-922cDB-47nV68-5ZWCcr-611QLh-5ZWCoa-611Rpd-611QyC-611RiY-611Rxo-611QPA-5ZWDfc-611Ref-611R7o-5ZWC5x-5ZWD9T-5ZWCZc-5ZWCha-5ZWD4i-Px9xs-8dwnMX-bDm8P-jEj2M-LJYN-4X47x9-bzjDXD-efno1-4WYP84-3mNcjy-5NJyHg-6WSWWR-6mFAh6-5UtB2Y-P2rqX/lightbox/Monday, June 17, 13Supporting Point One:“When you consider that these children are regularly exposed to 1,300 celebrities and just two boring, unglamorous nobodies (Parents)”. http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/item_boFqZzkbcCjBdHxgSKbTQNChildren (Musicians) from a very young age are groomed into believing that fame, and fortune (success) are required in-order to be considered successful.
  • 15. Plan; A detailed proposal for doing or achieving something.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/28556691@N06/3993872194/in/photolist-75VD4q-75VDgN-75FooG-75FqQQ-75Bw9B-75BxbV-75FnVN-75Fne7-75Fob3-75FqfC-75BxYc-75FrtQ-75Fr43-75FprJ-75BveR-75FnsU-75Fp4m-75BwLB-75BxCv-9qmcHz-83RDfQ-dcb9iM-dcb9ei-dcb9hv-dcb9GQ-dcb9FY-dHBWig-dT1AAr-6Z9JuR-bJUNct-dJKifP-dRrG5h-e6uqp2-dCXsHd-e6uqM2-e6upTa-dCS4Ut-e6ur3e-dCS4G8-e6uqix-7UNeyZ-aqZKtg-aT9dzB-dbL82K-dbL9NY-aqZKDe-aqZKBk-7nND6y-aGRXo2-dT9nH8-7NxXa6Monday, June 17, 13Supporting Point Two:Stardom is the one thing that no one can guarantee.  It takes a lot of talent, money, political contacts, and luck. Being in the right place at the right time has meant the difference for many stars, but theyall had to be prepared when the break finally came. http://www.dickmcvey.com/AREYOUREADY.htm
  • 16. Children (Musicians) from a very young age aregroomed into believing that fame, and fortune(success) are required in-order to be consideredsuccessful.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/62034326@N00/8749634937/iphotolist-ekbaCM-d4fm4G-7A388Q-8QYs58-d2LJyj-6zMxY6-6ipjN2-6wPHakaz43vV-az43FD-9nQU5x-bM6WBF-6Zgrcy-az4qyp-az74qN-7jnKE6-7jnKKV-9H1iNb-az6Ggy-871jwA-7xKVGC-78sRD6-qZbZGqZc13-4EGatk-3reeV1-4UM1JW-qZc1H-qZbZn-qZbYL-dZ9LRn-6gHi93-77vw6t-4nGtYq-bgMZx2-7xPcVW-e3LB1d-2heFKi-6qKyMrxPhyh-5wPGP4-bX4Co-488r89-BbEcr-9hSiAH-a4kEGQ-a4hS6i-a4kE63-cczTSU-5pNpVT-5ykR7eMonday, June 17, 13Supporting Point Two:1.) You are a business... “Even though your skills are creative, you’re capable of generating multimillions, so you have to think of yourself as a business”. http://books.google.com/books?id=QtFh7bEVNUEC&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+business&hl=en&sa=X&ei=-hWAUdOwFoPY9QTzooGoDQ&ved=0CDkQ6AEwAA2.) Most artist don’t like business... “Whatever their love and skill for business, their love and skill for creating and performing much bigger”. http://books.google.com/books?id=QtFh7bEVNUEC&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+business&hl=en&sa=X&ei=-hWAUdOwFoPY9QTzooGoDQ&ved=0CDkQ6AEwAA
  • 17. If you don’t have a dreamthen you’ll neveraccomplish your goals.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/35882574@N06/3471535877/in/photolist-6hLwER-4z1XWJ-co96vo-6L6vZP-4jDPS7-a6dT48-adv2b1-adyuWc-6TAx2A-6p6CoU-ad6nSy-agb3Ty-a2C5Jm-4reiCt-89FjM2-95GeGh-5gTgPV-dUCPmt-9ZBM2T-afP6dn-a6Khcp-a2VD8B-a83BCK-a7a3sL-paZMw-a8e4Sv-4tKoh4-8frCBt-ant67r-4HkuUb-51ZMr1-8WdVNm-53a5Q4-dU4Ekm-qms3e-5mGFvt-7ZWsQy-acRZxD-Nq1wy-4zWwKy-byAMdq-4yCds-dRKFGb-5fnV5H-7oGP1U-bkkHwg-4he6Gt-8o2PsB-7pXfTR-y9f3J-4z23mhIf you don’t have a dreamthen you’ll neveraccomplish your goals.If you don’t have a dreamthen you’ll neveraccomplish your goals.Monday, June 17, 13Supporting Point Three:“The music industry is needlessly complicated, and takes a lot of people to make one hit song. As well as the other thousands upon thousands of others who are also trying to make a living. http://books.google.com/books?id=7izjd-ue8iYC&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+business&hl=en&sa=X&ei=rhqAUdDZIImE9QSQyoDYAw&ved=0CEQQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=music%20business&f=false
  • 18. Teams are most important withinthe music business especiallywhen dealing with contractssuch as bad agreements,recording, publishing, andmanagement contracts.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/36014187@N08/4122604247/in/photolist-7hiqBz-4LZw3c-3Gbyz-cPqURU-8Ej75j-a9MomV-8Ej6Xh-34mxqM-2pyNHC-2YQY5U-ekV2V6-39y6Eg-28H4ui-2hWKBF-4yKiWc-bVqPW4-3EUtXw-3bmohK-34wtLf-4m1HXr-brEBUV-3pYgmv-ccsJsL-ccsJz3-bV6tJp-4GTcSw-bKp5MH-9y81fg-w2iRv-4uStBB-4uStDM-2K1asa-7QZGk-cD6PHm-4v78z4-a81Buy-3WXkLA-4wqC1K-4ZR2Vb-7fhzMa-abkeRA-7j1seb-6HkLcq-9pcjmE-8NNGfm-9p2rwR-9p7MfK-4HJzxQ-4ExNzF-bVBy8V-aB1qF9Monday, June 17, 13Supporting Point Three:Teams are most important within the music business especially when dealing with contracts such as bad agreements, recording, publishing, and management contracts.http://books.google.com/books?id=7izjd-ue8iYC&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+business&hl=en&sa=X&ei=rhqAUdDZIImE9QSQyoDYAw&ved=0CEQQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=music%20business&f=false
  • 19. The music business is probably one of the mostinteresting yet difficult businesses in the world.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/65219527@N06/8691205619/in/photolist-ef1GCK-damavp-eggKUT-cJmjrb-2Zr4ek-ehZFrQ-8UbhRu-e9odiE-egnC47-abDmW3-abAwET-ef7qf5-ef1HKZ-ef1Rct-7mYEuU-69KfmG-aCGv96-ego9YD-bKTp2V-bvU3S9-3MUJog-7Kq8gk-7Ku3No-e6aERX-3gTbq3-55MVih-egngAw-egkCeq-eCtqSs-ef72YP-eCRBqX-9fLutA-3gTb3S-7AsfAH-7Aw3Ku-7Ashyp-7Asfit-7AskoP-7Ashg4-7Aw2WW-7AsiXp-7Asjcp-7AsgJ6-7Aw5TA-7AsfsH-7AsgdH-7Aw2mC-7Asm1g-7AskQk-7AsgiF-7AskgtMonday, June 17, 13Call to Action:“Use every opportunity to meet and mingle with music industry people.  Don’t be afraid to ask questions and pick their brain.  They are successful for what they know about the business and may give youthat tip that puts you over the top”. http://www.dickmcvey.com/AREYOUREADY.htm
  • 20. Stardom is the one thing that noone can guarantee.  It takes alot of talent, money, politicalcontacts, and luck.Photo Credit = http://www.flickr.com/photos/38305526@N04/6243778335/in/photolist-avJZLB-avJYTM-avKewB-avMUf5-avJXWi-avMQo1-4eBtjA-b7Nmfn-6fN8ip-FSKNs-FSQai-E9qZi-7t2YAp-de1z3t-bmXeLf-oQRkc-dkxK6n-dCZjoz-4CmyU8-7GHMui-9btG5U-5yu8Gm-y2gAP-3hs8Mf-6GeeV1-4A4Kvj-92MrVq-2bn5mD-4xD5pQ-amZxgq-4VCQFQ-69L9hy-aJRsXZ-73Xohp-6aLZwa-dX9Jgj-4svB1h-6yZjEe-9EbnEp-5mzxE9-5KzwMM-9gUA54-4AtS63-68c1T2-9gUzma-c4DK5s-eKfVQj-bvXiJE-4tojkf-5VJgdE-5F3CU1Monday, June 17, 13Call to Action:Stardom is the one thing that no one can guarantee.  It takes a lot of talent, money, political contacts, and luck. Being in the right place at the right time has meant the difference for many stars, but theyall had to be prepared when the break finally came. http://www.dickmcvey.com/AREYOUREADY.htm
  • 21. References• http://www.lumosity.com/landing_pages/188?gclid=CM_k4qn68rYCFYYw4AodUzMApg• http://snjones.myweb.uga.edu/page2.htm• http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/item_boFqZzkbcCjBdHxgSKbTQN• http://www.dickmcvey.com/AREYOUREADY.htm• http://books.google.com/books?id=QtFh7bEVNUEC&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+business&hl=en&sa=X&ei=-hWAUdOwFoPY9QTzooGoDQ&ved=0CDkQ6AEwAA• http://books.google.com/books?id=bOhfsrq3Um8C&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+business&hl=en&sa=X&ei=-hWAUdOwFoPY9QTzooGoDQ&ved=0CGUQ6wEwCA#v=onepage&q=music%20business&f=falseMonday, June 17, 13III. EndThank you for giving me the opportunity to enlighten your views on the music industry.

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