How to Make it in the Music Business

How to Make it in the Music Business

Sian Pattenden
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Author:  Sian Pattenden
Condition:  New
Format:  Paperback
Pages:  234
Publisher:  Ebury Publishing
Year:  2004
ISBN:  9780753509036

DOES YOUR CAREERS ADVISER THINK POSH SPICE IS AN UPMARKET INDIAN RESTAURANT? THAT FATBOY SLIM IS A WEIGHT-LOSS AID? OR THAT A ROADIE IS AN AUSTRALIAN MOTORWAY? IF SO, THIS IS THE BOOK FOR YOU! Thousands of people want to get into the exciting, infuriating, glamorous and hard-working music industry, but don't know how to go about it. The fully updated classic How to Make it i the Music Business is a genuine insider's guide for anybody who wants to be a rock star, journalist, publicist, band-manager, DJ, A&R person, songwriter or even a vocal coach. Whether you want to headline Wembley or just make sure Justin Timberlake has all the kiwi fruit he needs before a gig, you'll find How to Make it in the Music Business a unique and indispensable guide. Your music industry career starts right here.

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