Why Money Matters and Why You Should Value Your Craft
Earning a living as a creative is difficult no matter what area of creative arts you pursue. My experiences with creatives have produced more heart-breaking stories of artists and others not value the artist’s work more than, I believe, in any other profession. I have never gone to a grocery store and expected them to give me my food for free. I have never taken my car into the mechanic, called a plumber, electrician, or any service professional and expected them to do their work for free.
Three Heavy Metal Lyrics You Need to Hear
In popular thinking, “metal music” and “great lyrics” don’t usually go hand-in-hand.
Heavy metal has a reputation for being all pomp, speed, all shred and very little else. But, behind the walls of guitars, wailing and fast tempo drumming, you’ll often find some surprisingly sophisticated stanzas and sentiments.
Today I’m running through three of my all-time favourite metal lyrics, and why I rate them.
Interview with Rupert Webb
Rupert Webb is a new British songwriter who has been a musician for several years. He recently gave up a “real job” to pursue his dream and it’s a move he feels is most overdue.
Rupert has already worked with other artists in a band called Trees and with a young British singer called Jess B. We are proud that Rupert joined our collaboration platform PREMIUM LYRICS. Read the interview with him here.
Premium Lyrics Reaches Big Milestone
Premium Lyrics Reaches Big Milestone; Musicians Now Have Access to More than 1,000 High-Quality Lyrics
Since its official launch less than two years ago, Premium Lyrics has become a leading site for artists to buy and sell lyrics.
Why You Need to Stop Being Good at Everything
Recently, I had the pleasure of experiencing American acoustic guitarist, singer and songwriter, Tom Faulkner, perform in a small intimate venue in Texas. When Tom played and sang, angels and muses stopped to take notes. I closed my eyes and watched as his words and intricate strumming created memories not my own and awakened moments I never lived in vibrant color. Tom was good, very good. He was good at Folk. He was good at Blues. He was good at Cajun. He was good at Rock. Even folks without rhythm found rhythm and those without a song easily merged into his and claimed his tune as their own.