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USEFUL LINKS

"The Bachelors" Songs & Sheet Music.

The Grand Order of Water Rats

Joe Pasquale

Con & Dec The Bachelors

BigFoot Corporate Agency

USEFUL LINKS IF YOU'D LIKE A CAREER IN MUSIC

ORGANISATIONS

 
Performing Rights Society (PRS)
The PRS is the UK association of composers, songwriters and music publishers. It administers the 'performing right' in their music.

 

Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL)
PPL is a music industry collecting society representing over 2,000 record companies, from the large multinationals to the small independents. They collect licence fees from broadcast and public performance users on behalf of the record companies. This licence fee revenue, after deduction of running costs, is then distributed to their record company members and to performers.

 

Musicians Union
The M.U. was founded over 100 years ago in 1893, and has a proud history of service to musicians of all types.

 

British Actors Equity
The trade union representing performers and artists. Protecting the rights of actors, directors, choreographers, stage management and designers. Membership available for professionals in the entertainment industry.

 

Library of Congress: Copyright Information
How to copyright your work (in the US). Includes downloadable forms.

LYRICS AND MUSIC

Dictionary
Ideal for when you are stuck!

 

Rhyming Dictionary
Looking for an eleven syllable phrase that rhymes with "Trees"? Simple: "Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease". Good luck working that into a hit!

 

more Rhyming Dictionaries
 
Lexical FreeNet
Connected thesaurus.

 

Music Theory
A superb site on music theory, by Gary Ewer, B.Mus..

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS/EQUIPMENT

Fender

 

Gibson
 
Marshall Amplification
 
Paiste
 
Zildjian
 
Musician Shop UK's biggest musical e-tailer

MISCELLANEOUS

Riviera Publishing First online music publisher in the UK.
KlubKat On-Line magazine dedicated to promoting small bands

They also help people to find the best live gigs and events in their area

IQ Magazine
A unisex lifestyle magazine with an eclectic mix of articles and features. Fashion, Sport, Science and Music are all covered.

 

Musician Shop UK's biggest musical e-tailer
 

 

Ian Freeman is a leisure industry journalist and consultant. He was a
theatrical agent at London Management and in partnership with Bob James in the
late 60s/early 70s. From 1986 until 1999, he was head of corporate affairs at
First Leisure Corporation plc.

 

Tel: 0870 241 1773 & 07798 815695
www.BrendanPower.com

 

 
 

We have made a good pal of Craig Lock in New Zealand, he really knows what he is doing as regards book/novel writing.

Check out his site:

EVER WANTED TO WRITE? ARTICLES, SHORT STORIES , POEMS or EVEN BOOKS?

15 entertaining lessons by a prolific author with comments and feedback. Have fun developing those creative talents.

www.nzenterprise.com

 

 
  We have also made some good pals at 'Dancescape'. They introduced me to the fascinating world of 'Dance' as a sport....really opened my eyes.

Check 'em out at: WWW.DANCESCAPE.COM -

You will find out what's New on www.DanceScape.Com, the world's leading lifestyle magazine and information centre about "Dance as Sport", focusing on the Olympic-recognized sport of competitive ballroom dancing or "DanceSport".

Please send an email to your dance friends who may also enjoy receiving DANCE-related NEWSFLASHES

Music On About.com MusicNewswire Music News on Excite Music on Lycos Deja.com Newsgroups RMMS (Newsgroup)

 

 
 
 

This is a growing list of links - so come back soon!

Contact: Roni (ronica108@hotmail.com) Phone:- 0797 100 2930

 

 

 

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