Consultations EntertainmentPromotions ArtistDevelopment

Media Promotion Invest In Your Brand
small $30.00 USD
medium $50.00 USD
Large $100.00 USD
PWRHOUSZ NONPROFIT
donation Seed 30.00
donation Seed 50.00
donation Seed 100.00
eNISED eMARKETING eBRAND FIRM

cooltext1726376023
cooltext1726378389
Protected by Copyscape Duplicate Content Penalty Protection
cooltext1726468338
logowsLEGACYONE

LOGODOMAINSHANTELHEARTNAME

cooltext1726390774
cooltext1726467103
cooltext1726405949

cooltext1726466887
NEW5SHANTELHEART

defintion
Music publishing agreements are essential to the proper functioning of the music industry. Music publishers sign music publishing agreements with songwriters in which they obtain the rights to copyrighted music. Music publishers agree to exploit copyrighted music for licensing opportunities and offer songwriters a variety of contract types. Music publishing agreements often involve added features, such as providing songwriters with cash advances and/or record label-like promotion.

Read more:

Copyright is the foundation of music publishing and licensing. In order for a music publisher to legally publish another songwriter’s work, the publisher must be granted access to the music copyright. The music publisher agrees to actively pursue licensing opportunities for the copyrighted music and promote the songwriter’s work in exchange for the songwriter assigning the rights of his copyrighted music to the music publisher.


Attorney for contracts:Leron Rogers
Partner Atlanta Office Direct Dial: 404.418.7166 lrogers@lbbslaw.com

Advances
While the role of the non-performing songwriter has diminished due to the rise of successful singer/songwriters, music publishers often hire songwriters with a hit track record as staff songwriters. Music publishers agree to advance a songwriter a sum of money in order for the songwriter to live and eat while he is writing songs. As part of the agreement, the songwriter usually has to assign the copyright to every song he writes during that period of time. The songwriter than pays back the publisher the amount of the advance based on royalties earned from his licensed songs.

NOT A PROMO NO VIDEO HERE TIMELESS MELONDIES BESIDES IM A ARTIST SINGER WHO HAS T TO SURROUND ELEMENTS OF MELONDIES FREELY

We do accept unsolicited material for publishing consideration. You can mail CDs to the following address:

address coming soon
Song Submissions
PO Box

We will not return CDs. Although we try, we are not always able to acknowledge receipt of CDs/songs but we will listen. If we hear something we think we can use we will contact you. Be sure to include contact info with your submission.

Artist, Writer,European Artist, Consultant- SHANTEL HOBSON ,SONYA,SHANTELHEART

Careers
DJ/JOURNALIST, PUBLIC RELATIONS,CEO MARKETING PLAN -UNDER LEGAL REVIEW LAWSUIT

Entrepreneur Songwriter Ceo Author/Blogger; Creative Director Executive Chief Operation

SHANTEL has been involved in many facets of the music industry for the past twenty plus years, including management, publishing, and now A&R; talent scouting. She has worked with artists, songwriters and producers such as Paris Bennett,Evelyn Turnitee agee,Usher,Tarayln ramsey,dr bobby jones,Worldwide/kock records concert,Frankie ,Beverly & maze,gladis KNIGHT, KEITH SWEAT, CHOIRS,GROUPD,DUOS,SOLOVARIOUS OTHER highly & locally famous artist as well as i give respect to UNDERGOUND ARTIST TOO. While at Publishing, she pitched songs from catalog, working with writers/artists such as Chris 5th on hold due to longterm illness the block ent., march with Rev. Jessie Jackson. Most recently, SHANTEL has been involved in casting talent for television shows such as “AMERICA ‘S GOT TALENT” (NBC),AMERICAN IDOL SEASONS VAREY AUDITIONED,THE VOICE HOUSTON,TX 2013.

Individual Song Critiques
Wondering if your song has what it takes to be a hit? If you would like to sharpen your songwriting skills we will give you feedback on song structure, lyrics, melodies and overall “pitchability.”

To submit songs for critiques send CDs (home recordings are fine) with the following:

Song name and number (if multiple songs on CD)
Typed Lyrics Sheet
Writer name(s)
Artist name and bio (if applicable)
Self-addressed stamped envelope (CDs will not be returned unless requested by submitter and appropriate sized envelope is included)
Check for $25 per song, made payable to Sho-Bud Music
Send to:

COMING SOON
Song Critiques
PO Box

“First Impressions” Consulting Package – $100
Includes two song critiques and an artist consult on your overall package, including sound, image and support materials (artist/band website, myspace page, press kit).
We will not return CDs. Although we try, we are not always able to acknowledge receipt of CDs/songs but we will listen. If we hear something we think we can use we will contact you. Be sure to include contact info with your submission.

WRITER

For more information or to make a consulting arrangement, email here.

Features
Artists
Testimonials
FAQs
Login
GET MORE FANS
Learn how to leverage internet marketing with social media to get your music heard, increase your fan base and sell more music online.

GET CONNECTED
Instant access to over 25,000 music industry contacts, including managers, agents, A&R reps, music magazines, radio stations and more.

GET FEATURED
Reach thousands of music magazine editors, journalists and music directors at commercial and specialty radio shows for radio and press exposure.

GET LICENSED
Connect with music supervisors who are looking for independent and unsigned artists to license music from and pay good money for it.

Yes! Give Me Instant Access to the
53 Sites That are Hungry for Your Music
Only $25

No Thanks! I do not want to take advantage of this great offer!

10 thoughts on “Consultations EntertainmentPromotions ArtistDevelopment

  1. Lecture Description
    9. MUSIC PERFORMANCE: Closing the Creative Loop

    A great show wins. The best way to do that is to do it as many times as you can in front of as many people as you can. I’ve worked with many great artists and the one thing they all had in common was a complete dedication to creating a memorable experience for a live audience. And they made the conscious effort to improve every time they performed. And they got really mad when someone screwed up their show.

    It is not easy to be great every night. But it is easy to try to be great every night. Besides, it’s your job. It’s a pretty cool job and you want to keep it.

    Review each show after you do it. What did you do well and what can you improve? Define excellence for every aspect of your show and create a plan to achieve it.

    Make your merch as good as your show and sell it as well as you sell your songs when you perform. Give the venue a percentage before they ask for it, partner up. Make them as much money as you can. If you can’t sell your music to people sitting in front of you, to whom else are you going to sell it?

    Make friends, collect data, know the market. Be remarkable. Do something that people remark on.

    Like

  2. http://blog.creative-capital.org/category/videos/
    INVESTING IN ARTISTS WHO SHAPE THE FUTURE
    Creative Capital has awarded $30 million to 530 groundbreaking artists nationwide through funding, counsel and career development services. Our Professional Development workshops have empowered an additional 8,000 creative minds to strengthen their careers and enrich their communities.

    NEWS

    INTERVIEWS

    Artists Raising Kids: Thoughts On How to Have it All

    On September 29th, choreographer (and parent) Andrew Simonet will present “Artists…

    Posted on Wed, 17 Sep 2014 by Hannah Fenlon

    INTERVIEWS

    Creative Capital Edition: Connie Samaras, “Edge of Twilight”

    Every year, we partner with a Creative Capital Artist to create a special project or…

    Posted on Mon, 15 Sep 2014 by Jenny Gill

    NEWS & STORIES

    Creative Capital Artists Are Everywhere this Fall!

    We’re so proud of how busy our artists are in this, our 15th Anniversary Year! As…

    Posted on Mon, 15 Sep 2014 by Maura Guyote

    NEWS & STORIES

    Creative Capital’s 15th Anniversary Benefit: October 21 in NYC!

    We’re gearing up for our most ambitious Benefit & Auction ever, taking place…

    Posted on Sat, 13 Sep 2014 by Jenny Gill

    TIPS & TOOLS: RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS

    Social Media: Small Tips for Big Impact

    On Monday, September 22nd at 7:00 pm EST, Eve Mosher will present her Creative Capital…

    Posted on Wed, 10 Sep 2014 by Eve Mosher

    TIPS & TOOLS: RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS

    Grants & Residencies for Writers: Giving Your Work Some Space

    On Thursday, September 18th at 7:00 pm EST, Ethan Nosowsky will present his Creative…

    Posted on Mon, 08 Sep 2014 by Ethan Nosowsky

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    PrevNext

    INTERVIEWS

    Artists Raising Kids: Thoughts On How to Have it All

    On September 29th, choreographer (and parent) Andrew Simonet will present “Artists…

    Posted on Wed, 17 Sep 2014 by Hannah Fenlon

    INTERVIEWS

    Creative Capital Edition: Connie Samaras, “Edge of Twilight”

    Every year, we partner with a Creative Capital Artist to create a special project or…

    Posted on Mon, 15 Sep 2014 by Jenny Gill

    NEWS & STORIES

    Creative Capital Artists Are Everywhere this Fall!

    We’re so proud of how busy our artists are in this, our 15th Anniversary Year! As…

    Posted on Mon, 15 Sep 2014 by Maura Guyote
    INVESTING IN ARTISTS WHO SHAPE THE FUTURE
    Creative Capital has awarded $30 million to 530 groundbreaking artists nationwide through funding, counsel and career development services. Our Professional Development workshops have empowered an additional 8,000 creative minds to strengthen their careers and enrich their communities.

    NEWS

    INTERVIEWS

    Artists Raising Kids: Thoughts On How to Have it All

    On September 29th, choreographer (and parent) Andrew Simonet will present “Artists…

    Posted on Wed, 17 Sep 2014 by Hannah Fenlon

    INTERVIEWS

    Creative Capital Edition: Connie Samaras, “Edge of Twilight”

    Every year, we partner with a Creative Capital Artist to create a special project or…

    Posted on Mon, 15 Sep 2014 by Jenny Gill

    NEWS & STORIES

    Creative Capital Artists Are Everywhere this Fall!

    We’re so proud of how busy our artists are in this, our 15th Anniversary Year! As…

    Posted on Mon, 15 Sep 2014 by Maura Guyote

    NEWS & STORIES

    Creative Capital’s 15th Anniversary Benefit: October 21 in NYC!

    We’re gearing up for our most ambitious Benefit & Auction ever, taking place…

    Posted on Sat, 13 Sep 2014 by Jenny Gill

    TIPS & TOOLS: RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS

    Social Media: Small Tips for Big Impact

    On Monday, September 22nd at 7:00 pm EST, Eve Mosher will present her Creative Capital…

    Posted on Wed, 10 Sep 2014 by Eve Mosher

    TIPS & TOOLS: RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS

    Grants & Residencies for Writers: Giving Your Work Some Space

    On Thursday, September 18th at 7:00 pm EST, Ethan Nosowsky will present his Creative…

    Posted on Mon, 08 Sep 2014 by Ethan Nosowsky

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    PrevNext

    INTERVIEWS

    Artists Raising Kids: Thoughts On How to Have it All

    On September 29th, choreographer (and parent) Andrew Simonet will present “Artists…

    Posted on Wed, 17 Sep 2014 by Hannah Fenlon

    INTERVIEWS

    Creative Capital Edition: Connie Samaras, “Edge of Twilight”

    Every year, we partner with a Creative Capital Artist to create a special project or…

    Posted on Mon, 15 Sep 2014 by Jenny Gill

    NEWS & STORIES

    Creative Capital Artists Are Everywhere this Fall!

    We’re so proud of how busy our artists are in this, our 15th Anniversary Year! As…

    Posted on Mon, 15 Sep 2014 by Maura Guyote

    NEWS & STORIES

    Creative Capital’s 15th Anniversary Benefit: October 21 in NYC!

    We’re gearing up for our most ambitious Benefit & Auction ever, taking place…

    Posted on Sat, 13 Sep 2014 by Jenny Gill

    TIPS & TOOLS: RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS

    Social Media: Small Tips for Big Impact

    On Monday, September 22nd at 7:00 pm EST, Eve Mosher will present her Creative Capital…

    Posted on Wed, 10 Sep 2014 by Eve Mosher

    TIPS & TOOLS: RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS

    Grants & Residencies for Writers: Giving Your Work Some Space

    On Thursday, September 18th at 7:00 pm EST, Ethan Nosowsky will present his Creative…

    Posted on Mon, 08 Sep 2014 by Ethan Nosowsky

    APPLY

    Our next call for applications in Emerging Fields, Literature and Performing Arts will open on Feb 2, 2015

    HOW TO APPLY

    DONATE

    Your tax-deductible financial gift can help artists develop imaginative projects, engage diverse audiences, and steer their career paths.

    DONATE NOW

    WEBINARS

    Creative Capital’s 15th Anniversary Benefit: October 21 in NYC!

    We’re gearing up for our most ambitious Benefit & Auction ever, taking place…

    Posted on Sat, 13 Sep 2014 by Jenny Gill

    TIPS & TOOLS: RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS

    Social Media: Small Tips for Big Impact

    On Monday, September 22nd at 7:00 pm EST, Eve Mosher will present her Creative Capital…

    Posted on Wed, 10 Sep 2014 by Eve Mosher

    TIPS & TOOLS: RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS

    Grants & Residencies for Writers: Giving Your Work Some Space

    On Thursday, September 18th at 7:00 pm EST, Ethan Nosowsky will present his Creative…

    Posted on Mon, 08 Sep 2014 by Ethan Nosowsky

    APPLY

    Our next call for applications in Emerging Fields, Literature and Performing Arts will open on Feb 2, 2015

    HOW TO APPLY

    DONATE

    Your tax-deductible financial gift can help artists develop imaginative projects, engage diverse audiences, and steer their career paths.

    DONATE NOW

    Liked by 1 person

Thx For DroppingIn Bring More to click away comment follow and stay connected 1 & ONLY DONT U EVER FRGET IT ,CHECKOUT SPREAKER PODCAST THESHANTELHEARTSHOW

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s