Music Market – MP3ar http://mp3ar.com/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 23:50:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mp3ar.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-150x150.png Music Market – MP3ar http://mp3ar.com/ 32 32 Stars pay tribute to unsung heroes – Daily Business Magazine https://mp3ar.com/stars-pay-tribute-to-unsung-heroes-daily-business-magazine/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 20:37:05 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/stars-pay-tribute-to-unsung-heroes-daily-business-magazine/ Lulu was among the guests PHOTOS: TERRY MURDEN, Database Media Services Film, TV and music industry stars including Lulu, John Hannah and Nina Nesbitt traveled to Edinburgh to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of the country’s unsung heroes. The Pride of Scotland Awards, sponsored by the Daily Record and the TSB, honored those who have helped […]]]>
Lulu was among the guests

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Film, TV and music industry stars including Lulu, John Hannah and Nina Nesbitt traveled to Edinburgh to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of the country’s unsung heroes.

The Pride of Scotland Awards, sponsored by the Daily Record and the TSB, honored those who have helped others or shown remarkable courage.

Among them are a critically ill transplant patient who stuns everyone with her zest for life, a lone police officer who bravely tackled a knife-wielding attacker, and a charity founder who recently led a mission to mercy to save Ukrainian orphans from the war zone.

Hosted for the second year by actress Elaine C. Smith with comedian and writer Sanjeev Kohli, the awards took place in boardrooms.

Robin Bulloch, CEO of TSB, said: “It has been a real pleasure for me to be part of this year’s judging panel. There were so many inspiring stories from across Scotland that it was incredibly difficult to choose between them.

The awards will be broadcast on STV in July.

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Analysis of the global music and video market from 2022 to 2031 – Designer Women https://mp3ar.com/analysis-of-the-global-music-and-video-market-from-2022-to-2031-designer-women/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 19:01:43 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/analysis-of-the-global-music-and-video-market-from-2022-to-2031-designer-women/ The Music & Video market study by “Marketreports.info” provides details on market dynamics affecting the Music & Video market, market scope, market segmentation and overlays on key players in the market, highlighting the favorable competitive landscape and trends prevailing over the years. Exclusive research report on Music and Video Market provides in-depth analysis of market […]]]>

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Valley Voice: Farmer’s Market Return, Flag Day and Music | voice of the valley https://mp3ar.com/valley-voice-farmers-market-return-flag-day-and-music-voice-of-the-valley/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 20:50:00 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/valley-voice-farmers-market-return-flag-day-and-music-voice-of-the-valley/ CONWAY – The Mount Washington Valley Farmers’ Market is back for a second year on the grounds of the North Conway Community Center, starting Tuesday, June 21, the first day of summer. Carrie Burkett, executive director of the North Conway Community Center, and board member of the Mount Washington Valley Farmers’ Market, notes that the […]]]>

CONWAY – The Mount Washington Valley Farmers’ Market is back for a second year on the grounds of the North Conway Community Center, starting Tuesday, June 21, the first day of summer.

Carrie Burkett, executive director of the North Conway Community Center, and board member of the Mount Washington Valley Farmers’ Market, notes that the hours are 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. (3 p.m. to 6 p.m. after Labor Day) and that they will run every Tuesday until October 11, with the market starting a week earlier and going a week later than last year.

Carrie said they expect to have 24-27 vendors and music will also be featured again, with the entertainment slate so far to include Candie Tremblay, Katherine Rhoda, Colin Hart, Mary and Daniel Mertschand , Lilly Innella (Musicians interested in playing can go to mwvfarmersmarket.org or email mwvfarmersmarket@gmail.com to find out how to register).

They make it more accessible, especially for people with SNAP (the US Department of Agriculture’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program).

The Farmers’ Market Authority has hired a market manager, Hope Batcheller, this year.

They’re also looking forward to having UNH Nutrition Connections Extension teacher Joy Gagnon the first week to play the role of what Carrie described as a “market buddy” to help orient new market entrants and how to use their SNAP benefits and EBT (e-benefits). transfer) cards to get tokens to use for food items at the market.

“We’re really trying to do more outreach this year,” Carrie said. “The focus is really on food equity and supporting local businesses.”

Non-profit organizations are featured weekly.

Prepared food vendors include: Global Grindz/Peaks Shave Ice, Pours and Petals, Dave’s Gourmet Kettle Corn and Handmade Lemonades, Tin Can Co (pancakes), Sōl Kitchen, Trails End Ice Cream, Lucy’s Ice Cream and Kimberly’s Gluten Free Kitchen.

Participating vendors include Highwater Farm, True North Naturals, Loons Point Honeybees, Waxing Moon Gardens, Grand View Farm, Joy’s Kitchen, White Mountain Forager, Simple Wheys Farm, Stonehill Lavender, Plaid Rabbit CBD, Uphill Farm, Good Buddy Farm & Flower, Jessiwayne Farm, Petite Cherie Sweets & Treats, Good Bread, Brooks Family Sugar House, Rams Farm, Moulton Ridge Farm, Naylen and Paugus Brook Farm and for alcoholic products, Tamworth Distilling, Tuckerman Brewing and Alpine Garden Winery.

Non-food vendors are Ikigai Jewelry, JoGibson Studio, Hanna Lucy Art/Hanna’s Hats, bILY, Slippery Bricks Soap, and Karen Eisenberg Designs.

THERE IS JOHN EASTMAN — and then there is OUR Johnny Eastman:

As Eastman, it was disturbing to hear all the press talking about John Eastman, the former White House occupant’s legal assistant who allegedly advised him how to overturn the legal 2020 election results.

He’s not the pride of any of us Eastmans, suffice it to say.

But there’s also our Johnny Eastman, who was hailed by the community at Marshall Gym last Saturday night for his 32 years of service to the Conway Parks and Recreation Department, as he takes over August 1 to succeed to retired City Manager Tom Holmes. .

As Lloyd Jones reported in The Sun earlier this week, selectors surprised Johnny with a sign, naming the site of the Conway Community Building which once served as the headquarters of the recreation department “Johnny R. Eastman Park”, which includes Dick O’ Brien Field and new pickleball courts.

If you weren’t able to attend, Valley Vision aired its coverage of the well-attended celebration, with the show set to rebroadcast tonight at 9pm on Channel 3 and again at 9.30am on Sunday. If you missed the celebration, be sure to tune in.

IN OTHER VALLEYS, Tuckerman Brewing Company held a very successful fundraiser last Saturday afternoon to create a culinary scholarship in honor of the late “Mad Food Genius” Jim Davis of the Sunrise Shack. Fred Nemeth, Jim’s partner, Krissy Fraser and friends helped host the event, as well as Jim’s children, Emily and Ben.

Likewise, on Sunday evening, everyone gathered to raise funds at the Shannon Door Pub for John “Flash” Flaschner, a Valley resident, who is battling ALS. Congratulations to everyone who worked on both performances.

FLAG DAY: Congratulations to American Legion Posts 46 Conway and 95 North Conway for their efforts on Flag Day on June 14th. I’m told they collected and disposed of 800 tattered and otherwise unusable American flags on Tuesday.

IN HAPPY BIRTHDAYS this week, we salute everyone, including: George Cleveland (6-13, belated); and to all the others, including Howard Stanten, Alexis Brochu and Tara Viscardi (today); travel agent Gayle Baker, rocker Eric Mordaunt and Chuck Sutton (6-19); former chef Rick Spencer and historical novelist Olga Morrill (6-20); Conway Selectman John Colbath, Joy Tarbell, Debbie Lennon, Elsie Limmer and veteran ski instructor Donna Dawson (6-21); Cindy Fowler Gslee (6-22) and Fryeburg Fair publicist/photographer Rachel Andrews Damon and Steve Miller (6-24).

IN ENTERTAINMENT NEWS, due to scheduling conflicts, I was unable to attend the second of a series of four Josh and Darin variety shows at the Majestic last Saturday, but co-host Josh Snell reports that there had about 50 people in attendance and it was yet another fun night, with all proceeds going to Jen’s friends. The next shows are scheduled for July 23 and August 13.

I also had to miss the second last Sunday of a series of Cold River radio shows at the Majestic, but Sun’s colleague Terry Leavitt said it was a wonderful evening of entertainment, featuring the Silks of Providence, RI; comedian Jim Collition, award-winning author Bruce Robert Coffin, singer/songwriter Local Spotlight and future Berklee College of Music student Willow Carter. Host Jonathan Sarty and the Cold River Radio Band also hosted special guest host Laura Knoy from NHPR’s The Exchange.

For updates on upcoming shows, head to coldriverradio.com and be sure to tune in Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. on WMWV 93.5-FM for taped recordings of past shows.

IN OTHER MUSIC HIGHLIGHTS, The Riley Parkhurst Project is outside at Tuckerman Brewing today and Shark Martin is there June 19, both from 3-6 p.m.; Diana’s Bath Salts are at the Ledge Brewing Company from 6-9 p.m. today and at Red Parka on June 24; and the Soggy Po Boys are at the Majestic tonight, and the EchoTones are at the Red Parka, also tonight (the blistering Memphis Lightning is there on June 25 and for Blue Sunday on June 26).

The Hayloft at Dragonfly Barn in Bridgton, meanwhile, is presenting ‘Songs from Here’ tonight – it’s described as a ‘new initiative designed to connect Maine poets, composers and performers, promote local talent and foster a greater sense of community through creative disciplines.

Don’t miss Jon Stetson, “America’s Master Mentalist,” as he returns to Kimball and Neysa Packard’s Feel the Barn concert series at the Farmstand in Chocorua on June 26.

HAVE A GREAT weekend and have a great Father’s Day (really – now that I have the great weekend!).

I say this because I inexplicably jumped into last weekend’s column, getting a little ahead of myself, as reader and friend Kathy Bennett let me know that I had a week in advance – which was a first for this always late journalist. So, once again: Congratulations to all the dads, now that Father’s Day is really here!

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Did Goldman Sachs get his numbers right? https://mp3ar.com/did-goldman-sachs-get-his-numbers-right/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 07:03:10 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/did-goldman-sachs-get-his-numbers-right/ Photo by nvodicka, adapted with permission. Goldman Sachs has just released the most optimistic report imaginable on the music industry. But how believable are the numbers? For those who like to run with the bulls, Goldman Sachs is putting Pamplona to shame – at least when it comes to music industry projections. In its latest […]]]>

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Goldman Sachs has just released the most optimistic report imaginable on the music industry. But how believable are the numbers?

For those who like to run with the bulls, Goldman Sachs is putting Pamplona to shame – at least when it comes to music industry projections. In its latest “Music In the Air” report for 2022, Goldman boldly predicted that industry revenue would hit $153 billion by 2030, up from $87.6 billion in 2022.

That’s a big number, nearly twice the size of today’s music industry. But either way, that’s $31 billion more than Goldman’s 2017-18 projection, suggesting growth that even Goldman’s incredibly optimistic forecasts couldn’t predict at the time. Even this year, Goldman raised its revenue estimate for 2022 by $6 billion, from $81.6 billion previously, based on a resurgent live concert market that it also underestimated.

Registrations alone are expected to reach $53.2 billion in 2030, roughly double the IFPI’s last global estimate. It also represents an increase of $7.5 billion, or more than 16%, over Goldman’s projection last year.

It’s not that these numbers are implausible. Perhaps the industry in 2030 will be even bigger, driven by assets and innovations that we cannot even conceptualize today. But the reality is that there are simply too many unknowns at play, especially over such a long time frame and in a rapidly changing industry.

But even in the present, there are a number of potentially serious issues that complicate Goldman’s optimistic projections.

Topping the list is the possibility of a serious plateau of music streaming subscribers, along with plummeting stock market valuations for darlings like Spotify. Right behind is a song IP acquisition market that is probably overheating – and potentially seriously. Perhaps these questions will become moot as the industry gallops toward bigger and bigger revenue records. More likely, they will play a more serious role in the future music industry and potentially complicate its future growth.

Ultimately, these and other complexities make it naïve to predict the future with a big $153 billion sticker.

Perhaps the biggest flag in Goldman’s exuberant report concerns premium streaming subscriber growth.

The report’s author, Lisa Yang, seems to disdain any continuous cooling. “Streaming shows no signs of saturation,” the report concludes. But while Spotify welcomes new premium subscribers every day, the rate of new subscribers is slowing considerably.

Subscriber growth rates that once exceeded 20% year-over-year are now slipping downwards. In the current quarter, Spotify was forecasting a 13% year-over-year increase, which sounds great but represents a noticeable slowdown.

Beneath these high-level declines lies a potentially more serious concern. Some of the wealthiest music fans — in places like the United States and Western Europe — may have already jumped on the paid-subscriber bandwagon. Emerging countries represent huge opportunities, but also lower levels of disposable income and therefore lower ARPU.

This would explain why Spotify charges considerably lower monthly fees in places like India. You need a lot more people – and a lot more infrastructure, support and investment – to make the same amount of money. And that’s not even taking into account the intense competition and starkly different consumption patterns that characterize India and many non-Western countries (we recently profiled this with Plern in Thailand).

This does not mean that streaming is necessarily saturated, even in specific markets. But it’s a serious future consideration that could complicate the road to $153 billion.

But even with streaming’s hazy situation — Spotify reported relatively slow subscriber growth in Q1 2022 — Goldman doubled down on its claim that consumers will continue to spend on music despite “higher inflation/weaker macro environment.” “.

Wall Street, however, was not so optimistic. Of course, broader markets are collapsing, although some stocks are collapsing more than others. And Spotify, whose stock fell nearly 60% in 2022 and is worth tens of billions of dollars less, is suddenly slowing its cash burn. This week alone, Spotify reportedly slowed its hiring rate by 25%. The company could also feel intense pressure to increase its monthly subscription rates in an economic downturn amid runaway inflation, a move that could reduce subscriber numbers.

What impact would that have on the trajectory to $153 billion? You won’t know that from Goldman Sachs. But perhaps those pesky details don’t matter to Goldman given its massive investments in the music space.

Everyone has a game, and Goldman is a major player in the music industry. Goldman helped Spotify navigate its then-successful Wall Street direct listing and has serious interests in areas including music publishing and in-person events. It may have even bigger ambitions, raising questions about whether it’s the unbiased projection the music industry needs.

The Goldman party line is that research and investment are separate. And that may be true. But either way, it’s hard to imagine Goldman predicting a collapse in music IP valuations or flat streaming revenue. Even a more cautious growth forecast seems unlikely. Perhaps there are too many inherent conflicts of interest to truly separate church and state.

And what about the numbers themselves – as in the benchmark numbers used to create these detailed projections?

A closer look at the data set reveals some interesting questions, especially those relating to inflation. Even in 2017-18, Goldman’s charts didn’t seem to properly account for inflation. For example, recorded revenue figures for the year 2000 were pegged at $20 billion, even though 17 years of even modest inflation would have pushed those figures well into $30. But even the baselines didn’t quite make sense compared to the actual numbers from the IFPI, which were cited as the source data.

Today, the problem of inflation is much more serious – for the music industry and for everyone else. What impact might this have on Spotify’s pricing decision matrix? Sounds like another serious question. And the one we couldn’t get an answer on – Lisa Yang didn’t answer us on the inflation question.

And what about musical NFTs?

Until recently, no one had heard of an NFT, let alone a “musical NFT”. Naturally, none of this has been factored into Goldman’s previous reports. For Goldman to predict the start of ultra-successful NFT bids from Snoop Dogg and 3LAU would be truly odd. But that’s exactly the point: there are limits to this kind of authoritative riddle.

And what about NFTs right now? Strangely, there isn’t even a mention of “NFT” in Goldman’s lengthy 2022 report. How is it possible?

Perhaps NFTs are on the verge of bankruptcy, as the Wall Street Journal recently suggested and others have rightly predicted. But many have a completely opposite thesis. Look no further than the millions invested in NFT music and crypto-related startups. Even Spotify is stepping into these waters (as Digital Music News first reported).

If it all goes to zero, maybe Goldman should have written “$0” in its report. But maybe Goldman doesn’t have a horse in the NFT race – which means he’s not on their radar.

Instead, Goldman is focused on the continued growth of short-form video platforms like TikTok, YouTube Shorts, and IG Reels.

Will some of these platforms still be part of the landscape in 2030? Maybe, but their interaction with artists and the wider music industry will be radically different from what Goldman projects in 2022. The “TikTok of 2030” is impossible to conjure up – which is exactly why Goldman’s entire projection is better considered an educated guess than a definitive projection.

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Music Production Software Market – Designer Women https://mp3ar.com/music-production-software-market-designer-women/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 15:44:26 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/music-production-software-market-designer-women/ How about a well-researched music production software study that includes an in-depth look at the various models, programs, and products that could potentially cause a paradigm shift in growth rate? It’s a reality. Based on the latest changes in music production software, Market Reports is the answer to all your questions! In the era of […]]]>

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Game Music Market Analysis, Outlook, Growth, Trends, Forecast 2030 – Indian Defense News https://mp3ar.com/game-music-market-analysis-outlook-growth-trends-forecast-2030-indian-defense-news/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 13:58:47 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/game-music-market-analysis-outlook-growth-trends-forecast-2030-indian-defense-news/ Market Strides, one of the world’s leading market research firms, is pleased to announce its new Gaming Music Market Report, due 2022-2030, covering all aspects of the market and providing data to update on current trends. The report covers comprehensive data on emerging trends, market drivers, growth opportunities and restraints that may change the […]]]>

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Sony, Activision Blizzard, Hexany Audio, Nintendo, Audio Network Limited, Dynamedion, Ubisoft, Universalmusic, Moonwalk Audio, Microsoft, 7Sounds, Qiyi Music, Somatone, Tencent, Ghttps://marketstrides.com/report/protein-based-multiplex- essays-market3k, Game Music Collective Oy, Audio Network Limited, NetEase, Game On, SoundCon

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Tencent Music Entertainment Group (NYSE:TME) ​​Received Consensus Recommendation To “Hold” By Brokers https://mp3ar.com/tencent-music-entertainment-group-nysetme-received-consensus-recommendation-to-hold-by-brokers/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 06:36:32 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/tencent-music-entertainment-group-nysetme-received-consensus-recommendation-to-hold-by-brokers/ Shares of Tencent Music Entertainment Group (NYSE:TME – Get Rating) received an average recommendation of “Hold” by the fifteen research companies that currently cover the company, MarketBeat.com reports. Three equity research analysts gave the stock a sell rating, six gave the company a hold rating and two gave the company a buy rating. The 1-year […]]]>

Shares of Tencent Music Entertainment Group (NYSE:TME – Get Rating) received an average recommendation of “Hold” by the fifteen research companies that currently cover the company, MarketBeat.com reports. Three equity research analysts gave the stock a sell rating, six gave the company a hold rating and two gave the company a buy rating. The 1-year average price target among brokerages that have issued ratings on the stock in the past year is $9.05.

A number of analysts have recently commented on TME shares. Zacks Investment Research upgraded Tencent Music Entertainment Group from a “buy” to a “sell” rating in a research report on Saturday, May 21. HSBC reduced its price target on Tencent Music Entertainment Group from $5.10 to $3.90 in a research report on Tuesday, May 17. JPMorgan Chase & Co. reduced its price target on Tencent Music Entertainment Group from $6.00 to $3.50 in a Monday, March 14 research report. Finally, Goldman Sachs Group began covering Tencent Music Entertainment Group in a research report on Sunday, April 10. They issued a “sell” rating and a price target of $5.60 for the company.

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NYSE:TME shares opened at $4.45 on Friday. Tencent Music Entertainment Group has a 12-month minimum of $2.95 and a 12-month maximum of $16.34. The company has a market capitalization of $7.47 billion, a PE ratio of 17.12, a PEG ratio of 1.41 and a beta of 1.12. The company has a 50-day moving average of $4.33 and a 200-day moving average of $5.39. The company has a current ratio of 2.28, a quick ratio of 2.28 and a debt ratio of 0.10.

Tencent Music Entertainment Group (NYSE:TME – Get Rating) last announced its quarterly results on Monday, May 16. The company reported earnings per share (EPS) of $0.54 for the quarter, beating consensus analyst estimates of $0.06 from $0.48. The company posted revenue of $6.64 billion in the quarter, versus a consensus estimate of $6.65 billion. Tencent Music Entertainment Group achieved a return on equity of 6.21% and a net margin of 9.01%. Tencent Music Entertainment Group’s revenue for the quarter was down 15.1% year-on-year. In the same period a year earlier, the company posted earnings per share of $0.09. Stock research analysts expect Tencent Music Entertainment Group to post 0.23 earnings per share for the current fiscal year.

Major investors have recently changed their stakes in the company. JJJ Advisors Inc. increased its stake in Tencent Music Entertainment Group by 74.5% in Q4. JJJ Advisors Inc. now owns 5,940 shares of the company valued at $41,000 after purchasing an additional 2,536 shares in the last quarter. HighTower Advisors LLC bought a new stake in Tencent Music Entertainment Group in Q1 worth $51,000. Lindbrook Capital LLC increased its stake in Tencent Music Entertainment Group by 294.8% in Q4. Lindbrook Capital LLC now owns 8,251 shares of the company valued at $57,000 after purchasing an additional 6,161 shares in the last quarter. Ground Swell Capital LLC increased its stake in Tencent Music Entertainment Group by 25.5% in Q1. Ground Swell Capital LLC now owns 13,223 shares of the company valued at $64,000 after purchasing an additional 2,690 shares last quarter. Finally, American International Group Inc. increased its stake in Tencent Music Entertainment Group by 71.1% in the third quarter. American International Group Inc. now owns 8,901 shares of the company valued at $65,000 after purchasing an additional 3,700 shares last quarter.

Tencent Music Entertainment Group Company Profile (Get a rating)

Tencent Music Entertainment Group operates online music entertainment platforms to provide music streaming, online karaoke and live streaming services in the People’s Republic of China. It offers QQ Music, Kugou Music and Kuwo Music which allow users to discover and listen to music in a personalized way. and WeSing, which allows users to have fun singing and interacting with friends, sharing their singing performances with friends, and discovering songs that others have sung.

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Gwevedzi celebrates 6 years in the music industry https://mp3ar.com/gwevedzi-celebrates-6-years-in-the-music-industry/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 22:00:28 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/gwevedzi-celebrates-6-years-in-the-music-industry/ Gwevedzi BY AGATHA CHUMAGWEVEDZI is a Shona name given to a suitor’s friend/messenger during courtship. This person plays a major role in courtship because suitors are traditionally not expected to approach women directly. The group therefore named themselves Gwevedzi because they believe they are a bridge between young and old generations and most of their […]]]>

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BY AGATHA CHUMA
GWEVEDZI is a Shona name given to a suitor’s friend/messenger during courtship.

This person plays a major role in courtship because suitors are traditionally not expected to approach women directly.

The group therefore named themselves Gwevedzi because they believe they are a bridge between young and old generations and most of their songs are centered on love.

The Afro-Acoustic trio said their six years of working together have led them to understand each other by learning each other’s preferences and honing each other’s skills.

Comprised of three talented men Tinashe William Masangadza, Wilfred Nikisi and Nyasha Murada, Gwevedzi is a musical group that strives to create a new generational sound that appeals to old and young alike by hybridizing the local African sound with the European sound by combining the guitar, mbira and percussion.

Talk to NewsDay Life & Style, Masangadza, who is the representative of the group, said, “Our group took root in 2016 and since then it has been working like a family. We realized that as an individual there are some things you can’t achieve, but if you work with someone, you can easily achieve it.

“When we work together, we must appreciate every effort that either of us puts in that alone has allowed us to stay together and strengthen our bond. We are no longer just a band but brothers and we urge other bands to learn to understand each other as this results in a long and solid relationship in the industry.

Currently, the band is working on their third album, featuring 12 tracks, and among the 12, two are international collaborations with Barbora Xu from the Czech Republic on one track. Tirivamwe and Marilia Zangirandi from Brazil on a track titled A song.

Their first album Tsambo released in 2018 includes songs like Vhunze and Dondo Vanoronga which are used as background soundtrack for the local theater Vhunze shown on ZBCTV.

The song was nominated as Best Soundtrack at the 2020 African Movie Academy Awards in Nigeria.

To budding bands, Masangadza said, “Let’s be ourselves, don’t make music because others are doing it, rather let’s enjoy the process of growing up and also know that when we make music, it doesn’t get any better.” it’s not just about making people dance, we are the voice of our community, healing them, giving them hope and educating them. Experience is the best teacher, let’s be consistent in everything we do, the results will come.

  • Follow Agatha on Twitter @AgathaChuma

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The association offers training in the sector https://mp3ar.com/the-association-offers-training-in-the-sector/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 10:28:00 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/the-association-offers-training-in-the-sector/ Orson Weems received the best education in the music industry under “the instruction, tutelage and mentorship of the legendary Al Bell,” he says. Working alongside the former owner of Stax Records and owner of Al Bell Presents – the man who launched the careers of the Staple Sisters and Isaac Hayes and many others – […]]]>

Orson Weems received the best education in the music industry under “the instruction, tutelage and mentorship of the legendary Al Bell,” he says. Working alongside the former owner of Stax Records and owner of Al Bell Presents – the man who launched the careers of the Staple Sisters and Isaac Hayes and many others – Weems acquired the necessary know-how to train others in the music industry.

He and “GT” Thompson, also a Bell student, co-founded The Music Education Initiative, a non-profit organization whose mission is “to engage, educate, uplift and prepare the next generation of music professionals. music and entertainment industry. Explain.

“Our unique perspective focuses on music and entertainment in the interests of creating new artists from writing, recording, performing and industry professionals. It is imperative that more people join industries, to maintain the amount of live music, outdoor recreation, and corporate events, not just in northwest Arkansas, but across the country,” adds Weems.

Many of these jobs take place behind the scenes. “Our production education and technical training workshops provide job creation and workforce development by having production company owners and professionals provide hands-on training on the basics live events,” he says. “Topics include scene and event terminology, safety, proper PPE (personal protective equipment), how to handle equipment and gearboxes, types of lighting, types of cables, how to wrap cables properly, and audio and recording technology.”

The non-profit organization also works with local organizations to provide job training and job placement.

“We work with local production companies, such as Ozark Production Services and avad3 Event Production and venues such as George’s Majestic Lounge, the Faulkner Performing Arts Center at UA, and Thaden School,” adds Weems. “At this time, the basic or introductory training we offer costs nothing. We hope to keep the workshop programming at zero or low cost, if we get more support.”

So, who benefits from this type of training? Weems says, “The regional community as a whole, people looking for extra income, people who want to work in another industry, people who want to change careers or improve what they are currently doing.” Those interested in professional training with MEI should visit musiceducationinitiative.org.

The MEI also offers music education to the community. Last month, the nonprofit organization opened two art exhibits in northwest Arkansas. “A Cast of Blues,” which was on display at 214 CACHE, 214 S. Main St. in Springdale, allowed visitors to see and touch 15 resin cast faces of Blues icons such as Robert Johnson, Koko Taylor , Bobby Blue Bland and Bobby Rush. Later, Weems and company brought the Juke Joint exhibit to the Pryor Center in Fayetteville, then hosted Bobby Rush on the exhibit’s porch for a special performance.

Weems hopes “The Juke Joint will be a teaching and educational tool, a meeting place, a place for lectures, discussions, films, performances and guest speakers to share their experiences.” Made of cypress and pewter, the Juke Joint is a representation of an actual Delta juke joint and provides a unique venue for gigging.

“We want people to come up to us and call the Pryor Center and say, ‘Can we do something?’ many residents of northwest Arkansas may have never seen before.Viewers are invited to browse the exhibit, read posters, and examine its artifacts up close for insight into the history of the music.

The Juke Joint exhibit is free and open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday through the end of June. Music and other events are planned for the Juke Joint on display at the Pryor Center in the plaza in downtown Fayetteville. To follow these shows, visit pryorcenter.uark.edu.

Orson Weems (left) sits on the porch of the Juke Joint exhibit with William Schwab, executive director of the Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History. Weems helped co-found the Music Education Initiative, which provides free, low-cost training in the music industry. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Monica Hooper) The Juke Joint exhibit is free and open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday through the end of June. Music and other events are planned for the Juke Joint on display at the Pryor Center in the plaza in downtown Fayetteville. To follow these shows, visit pryorcenter.uark.edu. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Monica Hooper)

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North East Spotlight event brings music students and industry together https://mp3ar.com/north-east-spotlight-event-brings-music-students-and-industry-together/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 10:45:00 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/north-east-spotlight-event-brings-music-students-and-industry-together/ North East Spotlight event brings music students and industry together Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. Google An icon of Google’s […]]]>




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