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May 20, 2008
Nancy Moran & John Taglieri: Audio Interview
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Nancy Moran & John Taglieri Interview, Part 1
(MP3 file, 46 minutes, 10 megs)
Nancy Moran & John Taglieri Interview, Part 2
(MP3 file, 44 minutes, 10 megs)
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This is the 2nd in a series of free conference calls that preview the Indie Buzz Bootcamp music conference, which takes place June 20-22 in St. Louis, MO. Nancy, John and several other speakers (including Derek Sivers, Ariel Hyatt, Tom Jackson, and yours truly) will be there to mentor you all weekend.
Get full details at www.IndieBuzzBootcamp.com.
Nancy Moran is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter and co-owner of Azalea Music Group. She has released four solo albums, toured from Boston to Austin to Anchorage, and has received radio airplay on over 100 stations across the US and abroad, including XM Satellite Radio. One critic called her "a major creative force to be reckoned with" while another described her as "nothing short of a [modern-day] Joni Mitchell." She's a member of the rollicking ensemble The Four Bitchin' Babes and regularly coaches indie artists and speaks about music marketing, songwriting and creativity.
John Taglieri is one of the hardest working men in indie music. He's sold more than 12,000 CDs over the past several years, tours regularly, runs his own record label and publishing company, teaches, and more. John is the king of generating multiple streams of music income. He's the co-author of "How to Make a Living as a Full-Time Indie Musician" and has a music career work ethic like no one you've ever met. He's even landed sponsorships with Ovation, Marshall and Curt Mangan Strings. John will be an inspiring addition to the Bootcamp speaker lineup.
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