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The Tennessean covers Keeley Valentino’s “Little Things” Evolving Instagram Music Video

30. August 2014

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We did something cool. When we started Outside The Box we had a vision. It was to use digital technology and a high touch approach to connect and amplify the relationship musical artists and brands have with their fans and the rest of the world. With the launch of Keeley Valentino’s “Little Things” interactive evolving [...]

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How To Build A Music Career With YouTube

9. June 2014

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Registration is now open for our workshop entitled "How To Use YouTube To Build A Career In Music." It will be held next Thursday, June 19th at 7 PM. It will be our first ever online Rock The Net webinar thanks to our friends at SongU.Com.  Our very special guest will be YouTube music superstar, Jessica [...]

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ASCAP DIY-U “Effective Crowdfunding for Artists, Songwriters & Musicians”

17. January 2014

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So what makes a successful fan funding or crowd funding campaign? ASCAP in conjunction with Outside The Box Music and PledgeMusic presents an ASCAP DIY-U workshop “Effective Crowdfunding for Artists, Songwriters and Musicians” on Thursday, January 23rd 2014 at 5:30 pm. Admission is free. Speakers: Charles Alexander/Outside The Box Music & Rock The Net and [...]

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Keeley Valentino – Instagram Music Video

19. July 2013

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Thanks for watching this music video of “Don’t Forget Me Tennessee” by Keeley Valentino, a San Francisco Bay Area singer-songwriter. The entire video was shot solely using Instagram’s new video feature. As far as we know this is the first time that this has ever been done. Enjoy!(Note: See Lexus’ Instagram Photo Video Film Collaboration [...]

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Music Marketing Interview with David Hooper of Music Business Radio

3. July 2013

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Hey folks, David Hooper of Music Business Radio was gracious enough to have me on his music marketing podcast. We had a great time talking about digital strategy and how to get your online shizzle together. Check it out!

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Jan 19th – PledgeMusic Comes To Town For Rock The Net

10. January 2013

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Rock The Net (formerly Rock Your Net) presents the first series of workshops for 2013. This time we open up the series to filmmakers as well. PledgeMusic Comes To Town Benji Rogers from music fan funding platform, PledgeMusic, will present the keynote at Rock The Net on Saturday, Jan 19th at 10 AM. His presentation [...]

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Jan 3- It’s A Shore Thing! A Benefit For Victims of Hurricane Sandy

2. January 2013

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(Click pic for more info) Probably no other city than Nashville has a better understanding of what the hurricane ravaged areas of the Northeast are currently experiencing. The goal of “It’s A Shore Thing!” at The Bluebird Cafe is to help some of the hardest hit areas rebuild. Our heartfelt gratitude to friends Ruby Amanfu, [...]

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When The Right One Comes Along

5. December 2012

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12/14/12 Update: Tonight Sarah & Justin fulfill a life long dream. They play the Grand Ole Opry at The Ryman. We’ll be there cheering them on. We’re just so incredibly happy for them. A little over 3 years ago, my friend – hit songwriter, Pam Belford (George Straight’s “If I Know Me”) asked that I [...]

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SHEL – A Band For The New Music Business

17. October 2012

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SHEL’s newest video, "On My Way" (disclaimer: We recently became part of SHEL’s digital marketing team. We’re part of the team precisely because we feel they possess a lot of the qualities needed in order for a band to be successful today.) We’ve spent some time looking at bands and artists who have really taken [...]

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Internship Opportunities

13. August 2012

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We’re looking for interns who are interested in learning how to effectively market artists, brands and bands in the new music business. This is an unpaid internship. Intern is required to commit to a 6-8 week period with a minimum of 20 hours of work per week as part of the internship. You should have [...]

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