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AAA Music | 16 December 2019

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Monthly Archives: July 2019

The 7 Appropriate Training Songs from the ’80s

25 July 2019 |

Music can lift our spirits and get us into the right mood for whatever workout we want to do. Tracks such as “Eye of the Tiger” can get your blood pumping, but we are going way back to get you … Read More

Folk in a Field 2019 – Live Review

21 July 2019 |

Friday 5th – Sunday 7th July, Norfolk

A new festival for us of which friends told us about, saying “it’s lovely with a great vibe and it’s on your doorstep” so we booked! We got to the site mid-afternoon … Read More

How to Hire a Band for Your Corporate Event

18 July 2019 |

Guitarist on stage with microphone for background, soft and blur concept Your company may have an event coming up, and you’re in charge of hiring the entertainment, including the live band. With so many genres of music and musical groups … Read More

Music Marketing 101: How to Promote New Music and Build a Fan Base

18 July 2019 |

You’ve decided to jump start your dreams for fame by becoming a musical artist. You’ve done a bit of work and booked a few shows but you haven’t done anything worth mentioning yet. It’s because of this that you’re having … Read More

AAA Music Approved: Our Future Leaders

13 July 2019 |

Who are you and where are you from?

My name is Brian Strean, I grew up in Jacksonville Beach, FL and moved to Orlando in 2005 to go to college at FullSail. I started a band called Breach of Peace … Read More

LOUIEN – I Follow You

13 July 2019 |

Ethereal artist Louien, also known as Miranda Solberg, has performed her dreamy and intricate folk music at some of Norway’s largest festivals, including Oya and by:Larm.

Her latest single ,’I Follow You’, was released on 5th July, 2019. It’s from … Read More

I Prevail + Palisades – Live @ Electric Ballroom

1 July 2019 |

Thursday 20th June, London

Palisades got the packed-out venue warmed up and rowdy with their fusion of post-hardcore and electronicore tracks, throwing us in at the deep end by opening their relatively short set with War, immediately initiating mosh pits … Read More