“I have grown as an artist and a writer, kind of knowing who I am as far as what I want to do with music,” Section 101 client Jenn Bostic recently told Nashville Gab in an interview. She isn’t kidding! An emotionally charged songwriter, Bostic has been on the scene since 2009 with her first album, Keep Lookin’ for Love. She knew in order to reach more people she’d have to hit the road, playing wherever she could to build her audience. 2012 gave us Jenn’s breakout hit, “Jealous of the Angels,” a song about her late father, which took off in the UK. She has never looked back. Jenn released the acclaimed album Jealous, toured non-stop, put out a third album, Faithful (“full of strong and powerful lyrics” – Essentially Pop), and had another hit with the track “What Love Feels Like.”
Over the past few months, Jenn worked with Section 101 on the creative for her website, updating the look and color scheme, and personalizing it to reflect everything that was happening with her busy career. You can catch the video for “What Loves Feels Like” on jennbostic.com, as well as see all of her Instagram posts, which are integrated on the website. Touring through the end of November, don’t forget to sign up to her mailing list to stay informed! http://jennbostic.com.
In the last decade, as more viewers discovered Gilmore Girls through cable reruns and Netflix, they also discovered the amazing music of Sam Phillips.
“I take it as a holy charge, this duty of leadership” says Eagles of Death Metal lead singer Jesse Hughes about the responsibility that has been left to him. It wasn’t something he asked for, but he accepts it fully. He is, of course, talking about the aftermath of what happened at the Le Bataclan Theatre in Paris on November 13, 2015
Touring behind their NEW holiday album, A Pentatonix Christmas, Pentatonix will light up the night at every one of their shows. The group has a color palate available for download on their website with colors Pink, Green, White, Blue and Yellow. Ticket holders are encouraged to click on the venue map provided for each show to see the corresponding color to an audience members’ seating section. Once there is a match, fans are asked to save ‘their’ color to their phone as a photo.
Section 101’s Founder and CEO Liz Leahy will be sharing her knowledge and experience in marketing, entrepreneurships and tech at this year’s SXSW Conference as a mentor.
Here’s a little trivia for you - BLOG was derived from combining the words WEB and LOG. It makes sense: it’s a “log” of a writer’s thoughts on a certain topic. We also know not everyone is in to blogging, and that’s completely fine, but if you do feel like you want to engage your followers by Blogging, here are some things to keep in mind: Read more here: http://s101.ws/3zai
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