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Sponge’s Vinnie Dombroski

Detroit’s comeback kid plows ahead

by Brian McKinny, senior editor

Vinnie Dombroski is very important to the history of rock and roll in Detroit, Mich. As the front man of no less than three working bands — Sponge, Crud and the Orbitsuns — his vocal talents and force of personality seemingly know no bounds. Unlike the city from which he hails, Dombroski is accustomed to making strong comebacks. Read more...

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Teri Doty
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Vinnie Dombroski | Writing tips | Financial Planning for musicians

In this issue, Vinnie Dombroski of Sponge talks about their new album, “Stop the Bleeding”. A fascinating guy, with lots of interesting insights and opinions that you won’t want to miss.

Gene Baker has an excellent article for bands who are involved in a ‘Battle of the Bands’ – a must-read primer for any band or artist!

Tamara Halbritter has some excellent writing tips for anyone wanting to avoid the pitfalls many people fall prey to while writing copy for their band’s ads, bios, or lyric writing.

Bands break up. And when they do, who owns the rights to the band’s name, or the material the band has written? Find some answers in this article.

Financial planning for musicians? Nobody should be a ‘starving musician’ forever! Check out the Financial Planning article in this issue of the Digest!

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Financial Planning
Insurance and investment tips for musicians
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Facebook Marketing Tips for Your Music Promotion
Part one of a social media for musicians series
by Jon Ostrow, Disc Makers

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Forward into Battle
17 ways to be victorious
by Gene Baker

How to Get Your Music in Films
Keep your music alive for decades
by Sam Williams, eHow Contributor

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Grammar Tips
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by Tamara Halbritter

Band Breakups
Who gets the name?
by Justin Haddock, associate, and Sheri Hunter, counsel, of Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

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