|Posted by EOTM Admin on August 6, 2014 at 2:40 AM||comments (0)|
By Carla B.
67 Year old Break-Out Singer Gets Her Groove Back & Shares It With The World
Lourdes Duque Baron has taken music back to basics. I guess the songbird felt it was time to call for an end to the same ole tune and birth a new wave in indie music...leading the way into the new age... the latest music model to bloom.
I can dig it, because this girl here... (me) well, I've screamed for years about how I wished some creative artist, a tested and true musical talent that was OKAY not conforming to the masses. Someone that would bring REAL Music back!
Well my dearest, it seems someone has heard my cries -- because the infamous music industry now has their diamond in the rough.
The singer; award winning author, entrepreneur, and model who just happens to be 67, recently released her debut album, Feeling Good At Any Age, a galiant effort, topping the charts around the world. Featuring songs like Cry Me A River, Feeling Good, Me & Mr. Jones, Our Day Will Come, BESAME, La Vie En Rose amongst others.
The crooners sound is buoyant but reflective, a statesmanlike work of rock-and-roll, pop, reggae & Latin chords appropriate to music lovers of all era’s. The diva is authentic as they come and doesn’t transform.
Now, I am sure you would agree that everyone likes to predict which new singer will hit it big and I am no exception. While Lourdes is hardly a household name, she has proven that she has star quality and talent. If you hurry, you can still claim you liked her before she hits it big!
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Barons "Feeling Good At Any Age" Album, 8.9 out of 10 based on 40 ratings
|Posted by EOTM Admin on June 30, 2014 at 5:00 PM||comments (0)|
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|Posted by EOTM Admin on June 9, 2014 at 11:30 PM||comments (0)|
By Carla B.
Artist development in the music industry has evolved overtime, leaving most of the early progress to the artist themselves. For the most part, the days are gone when a record label developed up and coming talent. The question continuously arises for those young artists, “where do I start”?
Most newcomers to the music industry think of artist development as learning what to say during an interview, what to say on stage, maybe a little stage show planning, and very little more. And yes, these are a handful of the topics covered by artist development, but these are only the tiniest of details.
True artist development twists itself into an artist’s entire life and career. Artist development is what turns an “IT” factor artist into an International super star – seemingly overnight. But in reality – that overnight success took months of planning, working, developing, and maintaining a tight artist work schedule that groomed an artist into a music industry success story.
Artist development takes raw talent and molds it into a presentable package. It can include image, style, branding, song selection, artwork, video,publicity training, artist back story, and much more. Artist development is what separates the haves from the have nots. Think about how many artists,producers, musicians, or groups you have seen perform in your life time. I am not talking about the super stars; I am talking about the local artist playing for a few beers or pennies. You have seen some great music – in fact – I would bet you have seen some the world’s best musicianship right in your home town,but why are they still performing for the home crowd if they are the best in the world?
Lack of Understanding the Basics; Artist Development does Matter
Artist development starts with training and understanding the music industry including; what to expect, how to get around in the industry without putting your foot in your mouth, who the power players are and what you need to do to get their attention, what a marketing campaign is -vs- a strategy,who you really are promoting to when performing a retail marketing campaign,and the list goes on! True artist development is about understanding the music industry from inside out and knowing how to gain industry attention through the new found knowledge.
Most artists understand how to make great music, deliver a great stage show,or connect in a live setting with their fans, but artist development teaches and prepares an artist to captivate even potential fans they are not standing in front of through developed audio, video, media, graphic, and online presentations and merchandising material. Think about it; if you don’t get potential fans attention – LIKE RIGHT NOW – then how will you ever become a super star?
Becoming a super star requires that everything anyone ever sees, hears, or reads about you makes them want to listen more, read more,or get closer to you in one way or another. If your career packaging is lacking this ability your success is very limited. Artist development develops your image, branding, marketing, and creative direction into a complete package that sells an artist’s personality better than he or she can do on their own.
A music career is a charted path to follow. Artist development involves all the issues surrounding and arising from that charted path, and crosses into knowledge of product development – the ultimate sale of the music.
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|Posted by EOTM Admin on March 12, 2014 at 1:30 AM||comments (0)|
SANTA MONICA, CA–(EPR – March 11, 2014) – Multifaceted recording artist Lourdes Duque Baron announces her new PR representation & single “Me & Mr. Jones,” slated for release May 2014 & her album 'Feeling Good At Any Age," set for release in June. The magic was made at the historic East-West Recording Studio in Los Angeles, featuring X Factors, AKNU Brothers and produced by the critically acclaimed award winning producer, Andrew Lane, the genius behind Pop sensation, Hanna Montana's early fame. The 2012 Billboard Awards Winning producer has also worked with artists such as Backstreet Boys and Irene Cara. As a producer and songwriter, Lane has received gold and platinum accreditation's for his work with R&B artists Speech, Keith Sweat, and Alsou. He also worked on the platinum-accredited records High School Musical, Disneymania 4, and Manny Fresh.
A prolific creator. "I now know the purpose of my life," Lourdes says with a twinkle in her eyes. "The album was never a conscious plan...it just happened," she added.
Her vocals have been likened to music icons such as Donna Summers, Eartha Kitt & Amy Winehouse and “Me & Mr. Jones,” well her rendition epitomizes the back in the day....funky, fresh, grown up, Motown sound...which is a style all its own and if we had to dissect further...let's just say -- a labor of love & pain...soul musical vibes with distinctive characteristics, melodic and chord structure, a "call and response" singing style that takes the listener back....way back....back in the day... when things were cool & hot...when all we needed was bop-bop, bop-bop, bop-ba-domp – Ooh, bop-bop, bop-bop, bop-ba-domp...and well, well, well.
There was a such thing as good feeling music --- and its back!
Catering to society’s intrigue with sexuality, Lourdes aim is to inspire women of all ages – yes – child, sexy mature women can teach y'all a thing or two – on how its done....the proper way. Paying homage...specifically to the baby boomers.
Pay close attention, Lourdes Duque Baron stuns at 67, with vocals and pizazz and she has no problem educating the novice on how to release that fierce, sexy fire ball -- nestled inside of them all.
The Olivia Newton Johns, Tina Turners, Chaka Khan's, Lourdes Duque Baron's, Jane Fonda's, Sharon Stone's, Marie Osmonds of the world – don't snooze on them...you may just slip up and miss that power ball or soul flower --- well, well, well.
“There’s nothing more beautiful than a woman who discovers, explores, embraces and maintains her sensuality and having the courage to be who she is,” remarked Lourdes. “Knowing that your limits, boundaries, or expiration dates are those that you set for yourself,” she added.
Andrew Lane has been instrumental in Lourdes discovery of her gifts and has helped release her music to the world. His collaboration extends to her management company, Tsunami Entertainment, of which Lourdes is the founder and owner. Their mission is to help develop and promote exceptional talent and bring their dreams to a reality.
Lourdes Duque Barons talents are unlimited — she has performed on the stage, television and beauty pageants around the world, and at age 64 taking the title, 3rd runner up for Mrs. Asia USA 2011, representing the Philippines. Her love of performing comes from her passion of entertaining others and she turns to the higher purpose of inspiring people in all aspects of her work. Carla B. & EOTM PR truly looks forward to the future of this multi-faceted performer and author!
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|Posted by EOTM Admin on February 17, 2014 at 12:15 AM||comments (0)|
Social media has changed everything when it comes to marketing.
Now, instead of spending a ton of money hoping to get in front of the “press,” you are the media. Social media allows you to connect with people and encourage engagement with very little money and only a nominal effort.
Let’s face it -- your social media strategy is about more than monitoring social media -- it touches customer service, vendor relations, social media recruiting and more. Thus many organizations are bringing in new staff to handle their social media strategy.
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Because sites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google Plus, etc. give anyone a platform to say what they think, it’s important to remember that every company has a social media marketing presence -- even if they’re not involved.
As such, the “tipping point” of hiring a social media expert may be when you’re building your company brand, or when maintaining your social media strategy becomes too much for your current staff to handle.
You should also consider hiring when you don’t have enough in-house talent with a background in digital strategy.
Notably, anyone who “takes the wheel” of your company's online presence is essentially speaking on behalf of your organization, so their technical knowledge has to be balanced with a mature leader’s perspective.
“The right person to lead this initiative within a company must have a strong understanding of the business and its operations including the internal political landscape -- as well as a finger on the pulse of the constantly evolving external market.
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What qualities should you look for when hiring a social media specialist to implement your social media strategy?
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If you’re evaluating a candidate, take a look at their social media presence. How many followers do they have? Are they engaged and involved? How do they respond to criticism? The reality of business is that very few people tweet -- for example -- just to say ‘I love you,' so responding to negative comments in a professional manner is critical.
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|Posted by EOTM Admin on January 28, 2014 at 12:50 AM||comments (0)|
I can remember when dialing a push button phone after mailing or faxing a press release was the most technologically advanced form of reaching a member of the media.
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Follow Up is also important in crisis mode. Ensure the reporter received the statement. Clarify and confirm the quotes he intends to use. Ask the timing and tone of the piece while offering assistance to provide further sources that support your messaging. While these efforts may not head off a negative story, they will build your credibility and help maintain a good relationship with that specific reporter.
Be familiar with the style and content of media outlets with whom you want to reach. Provide useful and timely information that meets the needs of the media. Don’t assume the media received your pitch or other communications. While these absolutes may be simple, adhering to them will help achieve Media Relations success while rounding out your Public Relations skill set.
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|Posted by EOTM Admin on January 20, 2014 at 2:05 AM||comments (0)|
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|Posted by EOTM Admin on November 5, 2013 at 11:10 PM||comments (0)|
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|Posted by EOTM Admin on December 14, 2012 at 8:35 PM||comments (0)|
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|Posted by EOTM Admin on November 24, 2012 at 2:50 PM||comments (0)|
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