Over the years selling and creating music, I've found that most music lovers are buying music from "people" they enjoy, identify with and want to support -- not just "music". True, many times there is a herd mentality when buying music, but much of that comes with expensive promotional efforts many musicians can't afford.
Most musicians don't want to talk about themselves but would rather just have you listen to the music. The problem is there is so much music, how do you choose what to listen to and what gets left behind. That's where careful curation comes in. We hope that at Blue Coast we've done some of that for you. We don't accept all music from 'anyone' just because they have the money to walk into a studio and put something into a digital file. We choose to work with people who have talent along with exceptional traits of human kindness.
In order for you to get to know them better, we're going to be asking all our musicians Five Questions over the next few months and post the answers on their artist page. We hope you enjoy learning more about them as we have.
These are the questions.....
What is it about 'music' that made you want to pursue a career?
Who have been your musical influences?
Can you tell us a story about your teachers or musical mentors? I
f you could set up a perfect musical concert, where would it be and who would perform?
If you had to choose another career pursuit, what would it be?
If you have other questions to ask our artists, please let me know in the comments below.