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Pussy Riot gets 2 years prison sentence. A completely unknown girl may get 7 years of prison for playing the piano.
Piano playing can be a dangerous business. Piano girl may get 7 years of prison for playing the piano. She has practised piano playing for years and years, and now - suddenly - the neighbours living next door - are fed up with the noise. According to the law in her country, she can risk a prison sentence for creating noise. Wonder how her fellow prisoners will take that? She may risk another 7 years of prison creating noise at the public place, called a prison. A spiral without an end.
THE WIND CHANGED
Already popular Scorpions band-leader Rudolf Schenker start whistling a theme, and suggest the song for his publisher. The title was Wind of Change. Nobody, he included, had absolutely no idea, that the Berlin Wall would fall, as the song was to be launched.
Rolling Stones get into a family mess - and odd kind of mess. Imagine to become your own father-in-law!? Sounds crazy.
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Since Music Management & International Promotion began to create awareness to the promoters of music decades ago much has happened in the music and media business.
Marketing and discussions moved on other levels than today. Once upon a time a hand-shake did it all. Now it is different. Record labels and A&R are no longer "the kings" - but yet they still can be.
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Music Management | Meeting The Stars Behind The Stars
The creator of ABBA. The creator of Elton John. The manager of Frank Sinatra. Who-Is-Who. Names. Addresses. Networks. Recording Studios. Music Production. Festivals. Bar jobs. Stages.Law. Court Cases. Points of view. Media. PR. TV. Radio programming. Internet. YouTube. Spotify. Finance. Stock Exchange. Accountancy.
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The worlds most successful music managers gives inside information on their methods of branding, business, law, and more. Meet Frank Sinatra's manager. Meet Elton John's producer. Meet the Eurythmics manager. Etc.