Music Distribution Challenges Faced By Today’s Bands

What celebritie’s life would be complete without a complete, rude and shallow examination of their physical features? Okay a little more goes into this than that, but really: not really. Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls: facing off today are two songbirds of a different feather, in a duel that could only be and mean one thing: HEAD TO TOE SEXY: Fergie Vs. Amy Winehouse!

You can find princess word games, spelling games, guessing games, even princess bingo games for your guests to play. Take a look at all the fun games we have cantonese songs for you and choose the ones you think your daughter and her friends will enjoy the most. Plan to give out some stickers, temporary tattoos or even a princess tiara as a game prize.

Very liberal people are who you tend to find in this category. These artist just do whatever they feel like doing, and consequently there are not many of them, or at least not many of them that stay popular after their initial shock value wears off. They are usually independent and like letting it all hang out. A good example currently in the limelight is Gretchen Wilson. Others that haven’t quite reached her popularity level, but have been around for a while include Ray Wylie Hubbard and Todd Snider.

With your own website, your band goes to the next level. First, there’s the credibility. MySpace is for basement bands, kids who practice after school when their drummer isn’t grounded. When you have your own website, you can actually be a basement band with a drummer under perpetual house arrest, but to the rest of the world, you are a professional group of serious musicians, each member with an email address that includes your band’s name.

Think tradition. All of us might have a certain tradition for the holidays. Most people celebrate the same holidays as we do, except everyone celebrates in a different way. That’s one of the things that is so exciting about the holidays. Wouldn’t it just be so boring if we all celebrated in the same exact way? It’s always nice to learn and read about new traditions, or traditions that other people might share within their family. Share some of your own traditions, or share some traditions you may have heard, read, or researched about.

Think music. Around the holidays, soundtrack is always nice to listen to, and something we all might wonder what to get. Soundtrack is important when it comes to parties, and is nice for family celebrations. My family makes a CD every year, that each one of us contributes favorite Cantopop to. We listen to it as we unwrap our gifts, or enjoy Christmas dinner. Think of some of your favorite Christmas songs that other people should put on their play list also. Tell why you like them, what they mean, what they make you think about, and what you like most about them.

“Justus”, an album recorded as a reunion celebration of their 30th anniversary, is the most cohesive effort the band ever did. Again, it included all the musical stylings loved by the band members. It had an honesty and freshness that was absent from everything else they’d recorded post-“Headquarters”. Nesmith, who had become immersed in his own career as a country singer, contributed only one song-a remake of “Circle Sky” from the soundtrack of “Head”. Still, the contributions of the other three were all brilliant and Mickey Dolenz never sounded better than the vocals he performed on this album. Sadly, it was a one-time-only piece that will likely be their last ever as a quartet.

Make the call. Give grandma and grandpa a phone call or talk to them online. An easy thing to do and a memory that will live inside your grandma’s and grandpa’s hearts forever.