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in a few hours Greg & Jonathan shall be meeting to catch up & discuss the future of Artist Insider.

If you have any comments, ideas, thought, suggestions, etc?

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Dianne Arvin

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Born and raised in Nashville, TN, Dianne felt that she was born with a desire and need to be an artist, and she started painting at the age of eight. As a young student, she was more interested in the pictures in the books and encyclopedias rather than the words, causing her to be a “late reader.” Dianne continued her love of art into college where she majored in Fine Arts with a focus on metalworking and jewelry making. After college, she continued painting but knew that there would not be much of an income in it, so she started working in sales for an engineering company started by her brother-in-law. She worked for the company for thirteen years. Then, as what happens to so many who are not doing what they love, she became burned out and quit her job to pursue happiness. She went back to school, met and married her husband, Reid, and started working in art therapy. Read more »

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  • Q&A – some question that are asked and the answers
  • Live Event News – We are planning on doing out Q&A public, we also appear in different public places from time to time.
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Featured Video - Andy Mckee – Drifting


This is a really great piece of acoustic work.

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February 15, 2009 | Leave a Comment

Planning to Plan

The Artist Insider Crew is scheduled to meet together soon to discuss the future of Artist Insider.

We would love feedback and suggestions either through the contact form or the comments section.

August 1, 2008 | Leave a Comment

Summer Break

We intend to take a break for the summer.

During the break, we intend to make plans, and prerecord some shows for the fall.

Send us feedback and suggestions as to what you would like from Artist Insider.

June 1, 2008 | Leave a Comment

Artist Insider Q&A – Great Royal Twitter

Seventh show of Artist Insider Q&A, hosted by Greg and Jonathan.

Today we focused on lessons learned and future plans for the summer and beyond. Summer begins for us in June.

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Questions, Topics & Notes:

  • What we have seen recently?
  • royalty issues – mechanical rate & DPD discussion
  • radio stations can be paid to play music
  • Good to Great by Jim Colins (his website)
  • The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber
  • Talkshoe getting more involved with facebook apps
  • twitter – we have one, follow us
  • Keeping up with technology
  • Jars of Clay does some great marketing -remix our song contest
  • Dead Man Mobile Mash-Up Video
  • future plans at Artist Insider – Summer Schedule
  • Are artist in general more knowledgeable about the legal side of the music industry?
  • Document Reviews, save money or not?
  • Music Law Biz

Summer Schedule will be out in early June, send your questions ASAP, through the chat on the front page, or contact page.

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May 9, 2008 | Leave a Comment