Listen to Music Radio Online

Internet radio stations have become one of the very exciting activities that bring people to the entertainment and information world. Online users can easily listened music on their favorite radio stations on their websites that cater to provide online services. Radio station websites can be easily accessed on laptops and mobile phones. As the internet nowadays had evolved and can be accessed with the help of advance technology such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Wireless devices so that people can keep on listening to the radio while they are on the go.

There are ways to keep up the radio listening fever to people through “music radio listen online services”. These radio station services offered are ‘free of cost’ on the internet. Various mobile, PC, and hand held gadgets can easily access these services with the aid of Wireless technology. Thus it becomes typically possible to listen radio music even if people are on the go.

People can easily tune in to local radio stations of their choice with the help of several free live online radio stations to choose from. A lot of websites bring people to popular radio channels keeping them updated and entertained. All they have to do is to register to the site in order to access every resource that they provide. These websites are also capable of providing resources such as SMS (Short Message Service), free calls, playing online role-playing games, video streaming and live radio listening programs.

The process of listening online radio is very captivating in which it brings joy to people helping them motivate on their daily activities, Radio DJ’s narrate fascinating events such as life stories, breaking news, and chart topping hits that bring entertainment in the life of users. The thrill never ends when loquacious radio jockey began to talk almost about everything and promoting artist albums, and plugging amusing songs to overcome boredom in people’s life. Among the most requested radio programs are the daily top 10 music in this generation coming from various request and votes that helps make their favorite music on the list. Radio programs offered by different radio channels are absolutely amazing and people find it great to listen to the programs that are broadcast by the radio station.

Searching information about radio websites catering free radio services is just a click a way with the help of directory listings. There are a lot of websites in the internet that provide such service, all the users need to do is to register to acquire these type of services. Registration is easy and simple for first timers, they just need a few minutes to get themselves registered on the site by filling up an online form and the services offered by the station is become more accessible to users. The internet plays a dominant role by feeling up the gap of communication between the radio station and the user. With the help of websites, people can subscribe and avail radio services with ease. Accessing free live online music radio can be considered a very innovative way to stay entertained.

How to Gain Fans For Your Music Through the Internet

The internet is huge, especially for the music industry. How does a new artist in the music industry manage to climb out of the masses and get to and gain fans? It feels confusing doesn’t it?

Well there is good news and bad news:

1. The bad news is… that it is not really about being the best musician.
2. The good news is… most new artists are doing it really badly, so you can relax.

You just have to do it better than badly.

What do I mean by this?

I have been in the music industry for nearly 20 years actively, not just as an artist. I have worked on new music releases and gained the trust of new artists and established artist.

There was a stage that all one simply had to do is put together a good quality package of music, music video and great looking people. A club version release which you send to all your DJs contacts with a personal note about how much you have admired their incredible taste in music. A couple of plays and you would be on the road from club to club enjoying the rock and roll life stile. This is no longer the case

So what do you have to do now?

You need a cool group, artist, band. Then you are ready to pour out your thoughts to the masses.

So now you need to find fans. Your kind of people, they understand what you say and get excited when they see you. Yes, all your friends tell you that you are great but 20-30 friends do not make a career. Get a record deal and the record company would do it all for you. Now they expect you to arrive on the doorstep with your fans following behind. A that point it is question if you need an old style record company at all. But that is a different article.

You need to do more to get your own fans no matter what you do

There are many things you can do.

The Music Industry is still in a state of major change. One solution is to just wait until the whole thing settles down. See what the new playing field looks like and then release. You are likely to be at least 10 years older and that rock and roll life style won’t feel the same. You body will be too old for the late nights and the girls and boys will be too young.

My solution comes from a saying that I heard a long time ago.
“I don’t want a piece of the cake, I want the recipe!”

Take that energy you have inside. The one that says, “I know I have what it takes”. Point it in the right direction and let it lose. It has a good chance of getting you further than you are now.

The only thing that is certain is that the internet is going to be a major part of everyone’s interaction with music, artists, managers and of course Fans. From music, music videos to concerts, either selling music, selling tickets or even online concerts or online TV, the internet will become of the main areas that this will be carried out in.

We know this as a near certainty. You have hear those conversations as people hurriedly hand out YouTube addresses or MySpace friend suggestions. “Listen to this, they are great. They are going to be the next big thing”. They say to their friends on the bus or over the phone or even in a quick mail over the net mid work.. They need to be talking about you.

Fans… fans… fans….

In the music world we have long understood one thing and that gives us a huge advantage. We know that our fans are all me have and they are what make or break us. Understanding how to use the internet in the music business is learning how to transfer this ability to work with or fans to it.

There is good news and better news here.

1. the good news is that the internet makes it easy to talk to fans if you do it right and know and understand what you are doing..
2. the better news is that it is ALL FREE.

Breaking News – Mother Goose Gets Hit By Merger Mania

Mergers have taken over the world. My very first bank – Bell Federal – has long merged with LaSalle Bank, and now if I want to talk to someone about my mortgage, I have to call a place I never even heard of before – Troy, Michigan! Here in Chicago, Marshall Field’s has been swallowed up lock, stock and barrel by MACY’S – almost bringing about second Revolutionary War.

Now, just think about what would happen if our beloved Mother Goose friends were also to be bitten by the Deadly Merger Bug. Let’s start off with pretty Little Bo Peep. The same day that she found her sheep, she bumped into her old friend, Goldilocks, and they immediately went to the home of The Three Bears and did some negotiating – and they are now known as the jazz group, Peep, Goldi and the Bears. Now look at poor lean Jack Spratt. He and his hearty wife stopped to chat with Simple Simon as he was going to the Fair. Deciding to merge together, they made lots of dough selling their wares. And what about Old Mother Hubbard whose cupboard was always bare? She moved in with Little Jack Horner while he was relishing his Christmas pie, and they became known as H&H, Horner and Hubbard, and their business grew and grew and she no longer had any worries about feeding Fido. The Famous Three Blind Mice moved in to the cupboard, and made a nice comfortable home for themselves, but they continued to squeal an awful lot.

Little Boy Blue blew his horn one day and was overjoyed to discover that his music had led him to find that frolicsome twosome, Jack and Jill; the poor kids got lost as they trudged up that hill. They got together and created Jack and Jill’s Horn of Plenty English Tea Shoppe. One day the Cat and his Fiddle came over to cheer up Little Miss Muffet, who had fallen off her tuffet and then all got together as they went over to say hello to Old King Cole, who called on his Fiddlers Three and they incorporated themselves as Music a la Mode and played at the king’s fabulous birthday party. After quite a bit of trouble, Humpty Dumpty got himself together and limped over for needed rehab to the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe. She worked hard to get Humpty completely back to his old self, and he reciprocated by starting up Humpty’s Bedie-By Service, 24-hour care for tough toddlers.

Toadies – Play Rock Music

Remember this band?… It seemed like the Toadies ruled the air waves back in the mid 90’s, after the release of Rubberneck in 1994. One song off that album, “Possum Kingdom,” has even achieved somewhat cult status in recent years with new generations. Every song on that album was great, and then they just disappeared. Interscope records put the kabosh on their follow up album “Feeler,” which finally saw the light of day in 2010.

One of the things I always liked the most about the Toadies was the dark undertones in their music. I have frequently heard the Toadies called “alt-rock,” but they really defy most labels. Part grunge, part heavy drinking bar band, part west Texas/ZZ Top boogie, there is a lot to like about this band.

Well, the band from Fort Worth, Texas is back again. This time with Play.Rock.Music. The band has said in interviews that they felt more freedom recording this record than any other, that’s good news for us, as the Toadies are best when they are unbridled and doing what they do best.

The album starts out with “Rattler’s Revival,” a great rockin’ opener that made me very optimistic about the rest of the tracks. I was further rewarded with the next song, “Low.” This is my favorite on the album, a loud guitar rocker that makes you want to push the pedal down while your driving. This song has pumping guitar and rock steady drumming that goes back and forth from bass line only breaks, to dual guitar down strumming. Songs on the album like “Magic Bullet” and “Epic Castles” keep the tempo and energy up.

“Summer of the Strange” has that dark feel, and is all about losing control/hold. Lots of whining guitar and rumbling bass lines throughout.

The closest you get to “Possum Kingdom” on this release would have to be “Beside You.” A creepy song that says even though “you don’t really know me,” that “I’ll always be closer than you know.”

“Sunshine” is a twisted ballad, and another track that takes you back to Rubberneck, this time reminding me very much of “I Burn.” A slower tempo song with a rumbling bass line that builds into Vaden Todd Lewis’s trademark singing/screaming. The whole song keeps building and pulling back, like the New York Dolls classic “Frankenstein.”

The song “Animals” is another classic sounding Toadies tune, about our primal human urge. It’s another rocker that repeats “Tonight we’re just two animals.” Lots of tempo switches and a booming chorus.

“Laments of a Good Man” is a less serious song that is filled with jerky guitar and call and response versus. The chorus switches into a Rollins Band type slow, driving groove… “It’s so hard to be a man, to be a good man.”

Another style stand out is “We Burned the City Down.” This track is a full blown Texas blues/boogie track, complete with slide guitar. The theme is a nihilistic commentary current living, “no longer slaves to modern ways” we burned the city down…

The album ends with the slowest song (the only slow song… ) on the album, “The Appeal.” At over six minutes, it’s also the longest on the album. This track features some chorus effect guitar, and a bluesy backbeat. But don’t worry, there are some good build ups, but it never goes over the top like the rest of the album. You almost need the rest by the time you get to this track.