Music Row 411 Product Launch Set To Change The Face Of Music Industry Education

Music Row 411 releases information on how its new Video Training and Resources will change things in the Music Industry Education space for the better. Further info at https://musicrow411.com.

Bellevue, United States - April 16, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Earlier today, Music Row 411 announced the launch of Better Songwriting 101, Building a Better Band 101, and Booking Better Gigs 101, its series of new Video Training and Resources Courses set to go live April 16, 2018. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of education about the Music Industry, this launch will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up.

Currently, with even a passing glance at music or industry education, a person will notice everyone talks about the technical aspects of music writing, promotion, production, etc. The Founder & CEO at Music Row 411, Beth Raebeck Hall, makes a point of saying “things are going to change when [Music Row 411’s courses] launch”.

Beth Raebeck Hall continues… “Where you’ll always see our competitors doing the same old thing, we are delivering real, relatable, and actionable information for today’s music scene – not the outdated stuff from decades ago or the stuffy theory you’ll find in classrooms and textbooks. We do this because we believe people looking for success in the music industry have long struggled to take their background and training, whether formal or informal, and apply it towards building and maintaining a sustainable career due to the lack of real-world information and secretive nature of industry professionals.”

Music Row 411 was established in July 2018. It has always aimed to to provide people who want a career in the music industry with the shortcuts they need to take 5, 10, or even 15+ years off their learning curve so they can experience more success, limit their failures, and reach their potential faster.

Added Hall, “Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to our customers because providing aspiring musicians, songwriters, and others who desire a career in music with real world information gives them a leg up to get started and a realistic understanding of the risks and rewards of a career in music before making life altering decisions to pursue their passion..”

Currently, the closest thing to material about songwriting, band building, and gig booking in existing courses comes from people with little or zero experience and no real-world perspective, but Better Songwriting 101, Building a Better Band 101, and Booking Better Gigs 101 improved on this by distilling more than four decades of experience in the heart of Music City’s music industry into fewer than five hours of no-holds-barred, in-your-face industry education. This alone is predicted to make Music Row 411’s Courses more popular with customers in the Music Industry Education space, quickly.

Once again, Music Row 411’s courses are set to launch April 16, 2018. To find out more, the place to visit is https://musicrow411.com/resources

For further information about Music Row 411, this can be discovered at https://musicrow411.com

Contact Info:
Name: Beth Hall
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Organization: Music Row 411
Address: 436 Belle Point Drive, Bellevue, TENNESSEE 37211, United States
Website: https://musicrow411.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 502523

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