Tri Chord Music Group is proud to announce its co-alignment with "Family Ties Gifts & Yogurt" in downtown Moultrie, GA. We will now be exclusively providing live entertainment beginning August 12th, at 6:00pm. Now you will have a place to eat, drink coffee, listen to quality live music AND have some yogurt at the same time!
By popular demand, the featured artist kicking off the grand opening will be Kristin Skeen Brady!
I was in a meeting yesterday with the executive director of AMP Academy, as he was talking about the syllabus, and the different tracks, he began to talk about focus. While we where discussing developing the different tracks, it became exceedingly clear how important staying focused was key to reaching your goal. Keeping the main thing, the main thing, is the main thing.
In this multi- faceted space we live in, it can be extremely complicated, and distracting due to all of the different pieces needed to make it all work. These distractions can rob you of your dream, by getting you caught up in learning all the technical pieces of the business, while important, can totally distract you from the main thing. If your a writer, write. If your deal is sound, learn your skill, publishing learn the business of publishing and so on. My point here is; develop your main interest first. Don't allow the peripheral distractions to derail you. I'm not saying you don't need to learn about all the pieces, I'm just saying get good at what your good at, then add the pieces. I hope this short blog has helped you to see the importance of staying focused. I wish I had more time to continue writing , but have have some pieces of my own to get to. My final thought is; Hold on to your dream with all you've got, and never loose focus on the main thing.
Yes it's true, music will end in 2018. There will be no more songs, singers, writers, musicians, concerts. dancers, videos etc. Radio stations will shut down, MTV, will become a shopping network, tour busses will be sold to old folk homes, music instruments will be scrapped to make cell phones, groupies will start following computer geeks. Yes the world will no longer exist as we know it.
Ok that's not totally true. However the music business will never be the same. Radio is changing their formats, record labels are shrinking, The digital age is driving a new vehicle to promote more creativity and diversity in how music is made and distributed. We welcome this new change and look forward to seeing what this new generation is going to do with this opportunity for change.
It's your music, it's your businesses, and it's up to you as to what it will look like in the future. I believe we are going to see a creative revolution like we have not seen in decades. I'm the biggest cheer leader for this new energy. Come join us athttp://www.trichordmusicgroup.net/ as we support the revolution.
We are excited and blessed to announce Tri Chords advisory board members! It's official John Edwards president of Triangle furniture, Roy Reeves, owner of Reeves Properties, and Scott Demott of Demott Tractor Company. Each one of these men have been highly successful in their careers as well in there family lives, and in their personal relationships with God. They are also highly involved in their Church , and community. We are so honored to have them on-board with Tri Chord and look forward to their advisement as we begin our journey together in the ministry of music. Once again guys thanks from the Tri Chord team. Welcome aboard!