To assist musicians as they express themselves on their chosen platform, is very purpose driven. Tip of the hat to your willingness to serve those you relate so well with. You will do exceptionally well, enjoy your journey as you without doubt will uplift others! wade-bergner.com. Namaste, Wade
Freedom For Musicians is well into changing the world of “Notes”.
Seems to be an affair of the heart where you are pouring in everything you have. And the results are coming through load and crystal clear.
Amazing how proud you should be the emotions behind which are like music to my ears.
Susan Patricia Connor Lewis
Director / firstname.lastname@example.org
What an amazing site!
I love the energy of it! I am not a musician myself, but I do love music. Your site is easy to navigate and it’s easy to find everything I was looking for. The best thing is I have found some new music that I really love – the artists are amazing and I’ll be keeping a close on the updates! I look forward to checking through more of some of your amazing music. Thankyou!
Karen and Jacky
Thanks for providing a fabulous platform
As a musician myself I really love what I’m seeing here. I don’t perform professionally any more but did so for many years with my partner. These days we still write, record and play and are in the process of creating an archive website for our back catalog to live on. We were slogging away way before Facebook, Youtube and all the other social platforms existed.
A Quiet Revolution
Freedom for Musicians seems like a really innovative concept for musicians to promote and distribute their digital music. I admire the work you are doing in this industry to solve the problem of exploitation by the big labels and distributors. I look forward to seeing the success of Freedom for Musicians.
FFM member and prodigious musical talent, saxophone player Temitayo Kayode is taking part in the Nigerian Top 10 Wonder Kids Competition. As you can see and hear on the video, Temitayo is a born musician and entertainer. You can vote for him below
The Top 10 Magazine is in search of 10 child prodigies and super talented Kids who deserve to be on the top 10 list of Nigeria’s outstanding kids that will grace the cover of the next edition of the magazine as “Nigeria’s Top 10 Wonder kids”
Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez’s “Remember Me” from the animated film Coco has just won the Best Original Song Academy Award.
This latest triumph is Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez’s second Academy Award together. The married couple won their first (and until now, only) Oscar for writing the international hit “Let It Go” from Frozen. That song (and the incredibly popular soundtrack it was featured on) also won them a pair of Grammys the following year. Robert Lopez is an EGOT winner, as he has also taken home an Emmy and a Tony Award, making him one of the few talents in history to do so.
“Remember Me” was sung by many different actors throughout the film, but the version that was released as a single was fronted by R&B superstar Miguel and Natalia Lafourcade. The track didn’t become anywhere near as ubiquitous a hit as “Let It Go,” though it was well-received and still did well enough in a few territories.
Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez’s “Remember Me” beat out the following four other worthy songs: Pasek & Paul’s “This Is Me” from The Greatest Showman, Sufjan Stevens’ “Mystery of Love” from Coco, Diane Warren and Common’s “Stand Up for Something” from Marshall and Mary J. Blige, Raphael Saadiq and Taura Stinson’s “Mighty River” from the film Mudbound.
At FFM, we want to highlight new and aspiring musical talent wherever we find it and where better than the many Music Colleges, Universities and Schools around the world. Our new feature ‘Spotlight on a Music Student’ is an opportunity for you or someone you know to step into the spotlight and share your talent, dreams and ambitions with the musical world.
All you have to do is send us your information, pictures, videos, sound clips and links and we will compile your feature.
“This is a dream come true,” Stormzy said as he picked up three Mobo Awards in Leeds last night.
It represented yet another memorable landmark for the Croydon grime artist who released his acclaimed album ‘Gang Signs & Prayer’ this year.
The popular musician, 24, scooped best male, best grime star and best album at the award ceremony at the First Direct Arena in Leeds. Struggling to balance all three awards, Stormzy said: “This ain’t good when you’re drunk is it? Amazing, incredible… You watch the Mobos growing up so this is an honor. I’m so proud.”
He added that claiming the best album award was his most satisfying achievement.
TV presenter, Maya Jama, girlfriend of Stormzy – real name Michael Omari – co-hosted the awards.
The Mobos, which started in 1996, celebrates music of black origin.
Stormzy missed out on the best song category for his hit ‘Big for your Boots’ with J-Hus winning the prize for his single ‘Did you See’.
Classic FM have got a pair of tickets to The Nutcracker to give away, along with dinner and an overnight stay in a gorgeous Kensington hotel.
For the first time ever, Birmingham Royal Ballet brings an enchanting production of this Christmas favourite to the Royal Albert Hall. This magical ballet, with its ravishing Tchaikovsky score, is the quintessential Christmas treat for all the family – and you could be enjoying it on us, with a hotel and dinner thrown in!
Every day throughout December, FFM will be opening a virtual advent calendar window featuring a different Christmas song, culminating with our readers’ all-time favourite on Christmas Day. Vote for your favourite by commenting in the box below.
SPH Band Contest takes place in more than 100 cities all over the world. We are supported by the national and international music industry and corresponding associations who see our concept as long-term and truly supportive for young musicians. That’s why many well-known companies are partners of our SPH Band Contest.
To kick off the festive season in style, we’ve partnered with some of the music industry’s biggest brands to offer you the chance to win the ultimate rig. We’re giving away an incredible £33,000 of gear including everything you need to play, perform and produce. From guitars to synths, from live sound to studio recording, you could win it all.
One person…yes, you read that right…ONE VERY LUCKY PERSON WILL WIN THE ENTIRE RIG! This huge prize includes products from: Ableton, ADJ, Arturia, Avantone, Besson, Casio, Conn Selmer, Dreadbox, Evans, Fender, Focal, Gravity, Hardcase, LD Systems, Ludwig, Marshall, Musicman, Natal, Native Instruments, Nord, Orange, Pioneer DJ, Propellerhead, QSC, Radial, Schlagwerk, Sennheiser, Shaw, Tama, Universal Audio, Vox, Yamaha and Zildjian. Scroll down for a complete list of everything included in this incredible giveaway.
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Each month we have a range of competitions with great prizes from our range!
This month we offer you the chance to win one of the fantastic Cowon PD Hi Res DAPs. The PD has been one of our best sellers this year and for a very good reason, the player is a great package and a great buy at just £199. Watch out for our Black Friday deals as well which will include a couple of PD deals!
Listen up! Radio X are giving you the chance to win guitars signed by Liam Gallagher, Noel Gallagher, Richard Ashcroft and Serge Pizzorno – and help Global’s Make Some Noise too!
You might remember that last year, Radio X had some beautiful guitars signed by the likes of Muse, Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, Kelly Jones, Robert Smith of The Cure and John Squire of The Stone Roses up for grabs.
Well, guess what? This year, they have FOUR MORE for you to get your hands on. Each one is signed by a genuine musical legend: Liam Gallagher, Noel Gallagher, Richard Ashcroft and Serge Pizzorno…
Want to win? Hit the big button below to find out how. 👇