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We’re invested in music. Are you?

We are invested in music. We listen to it. We speak about it. We read and learn from it. From its corporate takings at the record labels, to the commercial hub of live music nights, to the irrespective opinions of an album, we are all invested in music one way or another. And we all love it. I, for one, don’t know anyone in my social bubble who has a downright hatred or distaste for music. Genres, sure. But, not music in general.

It is a sanctuary of like-minded individuals to share something in common, and if you’re unable to start a conversation, music is the best way to start one.

So, if you’re invested in music like me and thousand of others across the world, invest in music but invest in music the right way.

Invest in shares with independent record labels, promote the journey of up-and-coming artists and invest your time in those worth investing. Learn about royalties and how artists earn their stock, learn about the live music industry and how crucial it is to us musicians. Learn more because knowledge is power!

The more you learn, the more you’ll benefit from the powers of music. And if anything, you’ll no doubt appreciate your favourite musicians’ work and music more, the more you learn.

Here’s some crucial links to get you started:

musicbusinessworldwide.com

musicweek.com

By manvmusic

In one of the most controversial, ever-changing and unpredictable industries, join my rants and ravings as I dissect the music industry word by word through technology, current events, industry stories and problems.

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