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10 Things To Do BEFORE You Release Music Into The Marketplace (Even For Free)

December 21, 2016 by


By, Wendy Day (seen live at Have a contractual agreement with the producer who made the beat for your songs. Not only do you need a split sheet, but you need a contract that allows you the right to license the track and explains how and where you plan to use it.  The price […]

Too Much Of A Good Thing, Is Still Too Much

March 31, 2013 by


By, Wendy Day Krispy Kreme donuts are crack. Seriously. No donut should be that delicious. My boyfriend/hubby, Tony, came home one night, two weeks ago, to randomly announce “the light is on at Krispy Kreme.” I almost knocked him down to get out the front door. Not a proud moment… I don’t eat a lot […]

Wendy Day’s Most Valuable Article About Securing Radio Play

March 5, 2013 by


By, Wendy Day ( music industry how-to site coming soon…) Before you read this article, please make sure you’ve already read this primer: about the basics of securing radio spins. Radio is still the most misunderstood aspect of this industry. I see people lose tens of thousands of dollars constantly in this industry because […]