The radio station AffinityXtra is going to play the second part of Millicent’s interview with Ruby Turner for her podcast ‘Success Beyond The Score’ today at noon.
On May 2021, New Zealand musician Shirley Șerban decided to “relyric” Queen’s most famous song, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, to talk about menopause, a theme we have touched several times in Cafemnee. The result is not to be missed!
Women and gender minority artists and innovators are invited by Keychange to take part in a year-long programme of development. It includes international opportunities, training, mentoring, networking and promotion globally throughout 2022!
The second part of the interview with Ruby Turner for Millicent’s podcast “Success Beyond The Score” is already up in all podcast platforms and YouTube.
more musicians are desperate for finding financial support. This happens for a number of reasons, one of them being that musicians don’t know where to look for funding aid and they don’t see the calls on time to successfully apply.
Knowing whether you should be engaged as a session musician or as a featured artist can often be obvious, but there are times when your role can be difficult to determine. This can be particularly difficult for lead vocalists going in to work with another artist or producer, but can also apply to an instrumentalist taking on a lead role.
Beyond The Score”. In the first part of the interview, Ruby tells us how she got started in music and how she has stayed active for more than thirty years!
Jane Marczweski, whose stage name is “Nightbirde”, got the golden buzzer of the popular TV talent show American Got Talent with her original song “It’s Ok”, which tells the story of her recent life dealing with cancer. Her authenticity and her corageous stance in the face of pain and difficulty won the jury’s hearts, and we think her message can also touch you and help you with your personal journey.
Today at noon, AffinityXtra will play both sections of the interview that Millicent had with Dan Whitehouse for her podcast, “Success Beyond The Score”
We are approaching the first anniversary of ‘Time For My Music’, the online community created to help women in music stay active and connected during lockdown. The experience has been fantastic, but rather than tell you so ourselves, we thought it would be better to ask some of the members of the community about how they feel.