Loved the Live Ventriloquist Show You Just Saw? 4 Things You Need to Know About Becoming a Ventriloquist

If you've recently seen a live ventriloquist show, and you've decided to learn the art for yourself, you've got your work cut out for you. Professional ventriloquists make their performances look easy because most of them have been perfecting their art for many years. Being a ventriloquist takes a lot of hard work, practice, and dedication to the art. Here are four things you need to know about being a ventriloquist yourself. Read More 

5 Tips for Caring for a Vintage Guitar

Vintage guitars are really something special. You can admire their craftsmanship; the precision with which these instruments were built before there were machines to mass-produce them is remarkable. The sounds produced by vintage guitars are also rich and vibrant. Playing one can feel like a true luxury.  If you are lucky enough to own a vintage guitar collection, then it is important to take good care of these instruments so that you and future generations can continue to admire them. Read More 

Want A Musical Commercial For Your Business?

If you're looking to market your business and you want to have a personalized touch to your marketing that makes people remember your business, and that draws people in, there are a few different unique things you can do. You can decide how much you want to put into the marketing, but getting a song or a jingle, and knowing how to exploit it, can help people get your business stuck in their mind. Read More 

Four Ways A Band Management Company Can Help Your Band Plan A Band Tour

If you have a band that you want to take on tour, it can be very hard to know how to properly plan the trip. There is a lot that goes into planning a band tour and it may be in your band's best interest to hire a professional to help with the planning process. The guide below walks you through a few of the many ways a production management company, like Blue Alley Touring, may be able to help your band plan the tour. Read More 

Breathe New Life Into Your Guitar Playing With These Different Picks

If you're a new or moderately new guitar player, you might simply be using the standard-sized guitar pick that you picked up at the time that you bought your guitar. While there's certainly nothing wrong with doing so, it can be beneficial to explore some different types of picks as your playing develops. Depending on the style of music that you play and the pick that you choose, you might find that switching your pick can dramatically benefit your playing. Read More