Tag Archive | "Keeley Valentino"

The Truth About Streaming

Friday, February 6, 2015


So it happened this week. The truth came out. The truth as to why songwriters and publishers – especially in an industry songwriting town like Nashville get paid so little on Spotify. Even when they have a blockbuster hit. Mike Masnick of Tech Dirt reveals data and research from France published on a web site [...]

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

Saturday, August 30, 2014


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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Keeley Valentino – Instagram Music Video

Friday, July 19, 2013


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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Free Facebook Music Marketing Guide

Monday, March 12, 2012

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Hello there Here is our Facebook Music Marketing Guide. Along with the guide we also want to give you some of my (Charles Alexander’s) music. We hope you enjoy! When you enter your email you’ll be sent a link to confirm and download the zip file. As part of the process you’ll be entered into [...]

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An Exquisite Clientele

Wednesday, March 9, 2011


One of my dear friends & a music management client, Keeley Valentino, conquered the Pacific Northwest and then returned to win folks over at Durango Songwriters Expo in Santa Barbara, CA. Another client, Denitia Odigie, is about to open for Jace Everett in NYC. Jace wrote and performed the theme song, "Bad Things", for the [...]

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