Ohio Musicians Networking For A Change
When it comes right
down to it, we all want the same thing, right? To be
given a chance, to be heard, to be loved. To connect with
other humanoids on some level, however small, and find
reason to believe that we're not as alone as we sometimes
feel. To take our muse from the safety of the living room
to stages far from home, to find our voice and sing our
song . . .
Scott moved to Nashville in the early 1990's. While there, he opened for Emmylou Harris, Bruan Bowers, Goose Creek Symphony and Suzy Bogguss. He also shared the state with Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Shelby Lynn, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Kathy Mattea and Henry Gross. Scott was named Grand Prize winner at the Gumtree Folk Festival, and was a regular performer at Townes Van Zandt's bar in Nashville.
Before leaving Nashville and returning home to Virginia, Scott wrote and produced the songs on his second album, "Short Stories." Two of these songs were selected by Virginia-based DCD Records in 1998 to appear on a compilation of Shenandoah artists. Shortly after the release of this compilation, "In the Shadow of the Blue Ridge," the Canadian Games Commission and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation accepted one song for consideration for the 1999 Pan American Games. The song, "Manitoba, " was written by Canadian Dean Sayln and sung by Scott Christopher Murray.
A message from Mark Barreres founder of www.GrassRootsNetworking.com
We are very excited to announce that we have just acquired www.WebPromotion.com and we are looking forward to adding strategic partners, web designers and web promoters to our grassroots network. Collaboration with other like-minded partners benefits everyone. Working together we can increase productivity and cost savings for our businesses, giving our clients the valuable edge vital in today's marketplace. - Mark Barreres GrassRoots Networker
If you are a USA
Musician then get networking!
We are looking for musicians that want to share and start a "USA Musician House Concert Series". We get calls all the time from musicans saying hey man we are passing though your area and are looking to play a house concert and make some money. At that point I ask them are you willing get a house concert series going in your home town? That question either ends the call up or they keep on talking about how great they are and how it's all about them... The question is how many musicians and business people see outside the box? USA Musicians Networking Forum
Ever been in an unfamiliar city,
dying for a place to play tonight?
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