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Never Say Die

Toronto, Canada

Rock, Hard Rock, Alternative

It’s not often a platinum selling band with a #1 song in the US announces they’re going on hiatus, but that was the case when MY DARKEST DAYS singer MATT WALST was given the

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Rich Redmond

Commitment

In my travels, I get to see many drummers of all ages and stages of their careers. By constantly observing, I notice many drummers lack commitment in their approach. When you make a commitment, you make a decision to

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Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutch

This rock band is making a mainstream splash with their latest release, “Exhale.”

Trevor McNevan grew up in the blue-collar, bedroom community of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, not too far north of the bustling metropolis of Toronto, Ontario. McNevan and his

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Charlie Daniels

Cowboy Songs, Patriotism and Politics

Charlie Daniels will soon be celebrating his 80th birthday. That’s a big milestone for anyone to reach, even in this time of modern medicine, health and fitness gurus, and tofu burgers… But Charlie Daniels

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Going Solo vs. Collaborating

The pros and cons of both

If you’re between projects, before you embark on a new one, you may have the opportunity to take a new approach and decide whether you want to go it alone as a solo artist …

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COPYRIGHT LAW PRIMER

Pt. 6 – Conclusion

Over the course of several issues, Music Insider Magazine’s “Copyright Law Primer” has given a brief overview of “fair use,” an often-misunderstood defense to copyright infringement that involves a case-by-case consideration of the following factors:

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Billie Pulera of Electric Revolution

Character is Power, a long road ultimately leading to redemption and a new lease on life.

Billie Pulera is, if anything, a survivor. He’s been a musician all of his life, following in the footsteps of his brother, who was

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