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Angel from Montgomery (A Tribute to John Prine) for MusiCares Benefit

I was fortunate to be able to work on this project from the Elected Leaders of The Recording Academy. They recorded a cover of John Prine’s iconic song, Angel from Montgomery, as a benefit for MusiCares. All proceeds from this song go directly to MusiCares. You can read about it in the AJC: https://www.ajc.com/blog/music/recording-academy-board-members-cover-john-prine-benefit-musicares-covid-relief-fund/jMEdep4rZboWv8pGwUECCL/ Article…

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Juliett Rowe Promoted to Co-Executive Director for NARIP Atlanta

Happy to announce that I’ve been promoted to Co-Executive Director for NARIP’s Atlanta Chapter. NARIP is a music industry educational and networking organization. NARIP promotes career advancement, education and goodwill in the record industry and related music fields, and is where industry professionals learn, network and access opportunity to market and monetize music.¬† Now in…

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Music Marketing Before & Beyond Album Cycles

Happy to announce that I’m moderating a panel for NARIP on Music Marketing Before & Beyond Album Cycles. Our speakers for this event are at the top of their game and I am excited to learn all that I can. The speakers are: Joy Young (Wondaland), Malia Murray (LVRN), and Dee Diaz (Reach Records). https://www.narip.com/naripevents/…

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We Know Where You Fucking Live

I’m linking to this blog post by web developer genius and guru Lee Martin. He recently developed a campaign for Marilyn Manson where they emailed fans pictures of their own house. Pure genius. What a way to engage and have people talking about you. https://medium.com/@leemartin/wkwyfl-43879e3348ac

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Two Years and Counting

Two years. That’s how long it’s been since the Revivalists released their fantastic song “Wish I Knew You.” The song was relased in May of 2015, and a year later in 2016 it hit number one on the Adult Alternative charts. A month ago it hit number one on the Alternative chart. Two years after…

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What Is Your Authentic Brand?

If there is one thing that I love about Atlanta, it’s the exploding tech and startup scene. On any given night of the week, you can find a meetup, lecture, class, or networking event around town. Most nights you have to choose because there are so many events. Switchyards recently held their fourth edition of…

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Atlanta Record Label Fest Doubles Down

Launched last year by founder Juliett Rowe, Atlanta Record Label Fest was conceived as a means to celebrate and showcase local imprints by bringing them together with artists, industry professionals, and scene supporters in a show of community solidarity. Itís an opportunity for labels to sell and show off their merch, tout their artist rosters,…

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Atlanta Record Label Fest kicks off this weekend at Aisle 5

A two-night celebration of Georgia’s indie record labels, and the faces behind the scenes The Atlanta Record Label Fest returns to Aisle 5 this weekend (Aug. 20-21) for two-days of local independent record labels showcasing their goods. Reps from Atlanta labels the Cottage Recording Co., Bear Kids Recordings, Working Class Music, Psych Army Intergalactic, Stickfigure,…

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& The Beat Goes On | Music Hack Winners

September 5th kicked off Music Hack ATL, Atlantaís very first Music Hackathon where music enthusiasts set out to find a solution for venue owners, fans, musicians, independent bookers, talent scouts, and others who are a part of the vast music economy. Developers, designers, and creative thinkers pitched their ideas Friday night and hacked the weekend…

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