Posts Tagged ‘music’

Ep119 Marvin Wilson – From Rock-n-Roll to Entrepreneur

MEET MARVIN WILSON I’m 69 years old and a lifelong entrepreneur. I was a traveling R&R musician during the Hippie Era of the 60s and 70s, and I owned a home improvement company during the 80s and 90s. At the turn of the century, I engaged in several MLMs. I became a public speaker, developed…

Ep89 Alex Haslam – Artist, Television Enthusiast, and Freelance Writer

MEET ALEX HASLAM: Alex Haslam is a television enthusiast and streaming expert at HowtoWatch.com, a site dedicated to helping fellow TV watchers find streaming solutions and cable alternatives. She is also a writer, both freelance and in support of her work with HowtoWatch.com. She specializes in topics like consumer technology, television, and cord cutting. You…

Ep 73 – Michael Nova, Creative Artist and Entrepreneur

Recently featured on Entrepreneur.com, Michael Nova has developed a proven track record of overseeing multiple businesses & creative projects simultaneously, both as a creative artist and entrepreneur. As president of Nova Music Productions, Inc., Michael was featured in The New York Times as a pioneer in offering multiple services to independent artists in the music…

AYA053 – Your Story Will Always Make Your Music Stand Out with Katherine Forbes

Katherine Forbes is a professional website and brand designer. After graduating from undergrad at Virgina Tech in music she packed her bags and moved to Nashville to start working in the music business in artist management. After finding her niche in website design she left her full-time job and started her own company that is…

AYA052 – Get Help and Enlist Others In What You’re Doing with Jason Heath

MEET JASON HEATH: Jason Heath is the host of Contrabass Conversations, a podcast devoted to exploring music and ideas associated with the double bass. His blog and podcast are highly regarded in the music world and have been featured as top offerings in the world of arts and culture for the past decade. An active…

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