Category Archives: Artists/Bands

Maggie Pope

Maggie Pope

Philladelphia based folk sing-songwriter Maggie Pope is a very worthy Featured Artist on Songstuff. This month sees the release of her debut single, Rare & Wild, taken from her upcoming E.P., “June Tapes”. Look out for our upcoming interview with Maggie! Links Facebook facebook.com/themaggerspope Twitter twitter.com/themaggerspope Website www.maggiepope.com  

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Come Find Me – Mahesh

New single from Mahesh, “Come Find Me”, from the eagerly anticipated forthcoming E.P., “Accept”: www.mahesh-music.com

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Dave Bradley

Dave Bradley

Dave Bradley is a science journalist by day, although by night he’s Cambridge’s most wannabe singer-songwriter rockstar. Dave has played guitar for forty years , approximately, and writes and performs acoustic guitar and electric guitar in a variety of styles. He has been compared to several performers, including Glenn Tilbrook, David Bowie and James Taylor,…

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Mahesh

Mahesh Raghunandan

Mahesh is a singer-songwriter and musician from Bangalore whose music combines indie folk, folk rock, pop rock and soul along with a hint of blues. Influenced by artists ranging from Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra all the way to John Mayer, Damien Rice, Mahesh has opened for artists such as The Raghu Dixit Project,…

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Fan Engagement

Lack Of Something Good To Send Often artists will highlight that they lack good, worthwhile ideas to keep communicating with their fans. They lack good content suggestions for ongoing fan engagement to help them to both keep in contact and to engage with their fans. When they run out of decent ideas, too often communications…

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Song Release Tips

When releasing a new song make the most of all your efforts. 4 Key Things To Remember Remember: People need to know your song has been released to buy it. It is up to you to tell them. Remember: More people are likely to be interested in your music if you build anticipation before the…

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It isn't evil that's ruining the earth, but mediocrity. The crime is not that Nero played while Rome burned, but that he played badly.”
  Ned Rorem