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From the eyes and ears of The CEO Artist...

From the eyes and ears of The CEO Artist…

As many of my readers and followers know, an artist development and management company was one of the many things to branch out under the ever-growing tree of NYC Art Scene. The CEO Artist was launched last year and we’ve had the honor of working with some of the most talented artists to grace this […]

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments More
Motivation Mondays! From the Editor: There is no second place.

Motivation Mondays! From the Editor: There is no second place.

Like most good little suburban girls, I grew up in the well-rounded throws of piano lessons, soccer and dance, a rotation which I finally narrowed to just dance in high school.  Even though I left the “sports” world as a freshman in high school I still continued to compete as a dancer, and felt the […]

January 23, 2012 | 0 Comments More
NYCAS On How NOT To Travel

NYCAS On How NOT To Travel

Well the first major leg of my tour has come to an end, covering 7 cities in 13 days and somehow living to talk about it! It was quite an experience, from spending time behind the scenes of an extensive European tour with Nick Howard to covering ground in Amsterdam and Paris with little guidance […]

October 31, 2011 | 0 Comments More
Make Your Own Path

Make Your Own Path

An excerpt from Katie Couric’s book, “The Best Advice I Ever Got.” Make Your Own Path “My paternal grandmother, Mrs. Annie Henderson, gave me advice that I have used for sixty-five years.  She said, ‘If the world puts you on a road you do not like, if you look ahead and do no want that […]

September 25, 2011 | 0 Comments More
Emily Zuzik: Exercising Restraint

Emily Zuzik: Exercising Restraint

How I let go of fear, threw away demo love and became an effective co-writer… By Emily Zuzik I’m a do-it-all kind of gal. I’m lucky to have discovered writing so early in my life. Perhaps the Midwest really didn’t turn me on all that much, but from as far back as I can remember, […]

June 19, 2011 | 0 Comments More
From the Editor: We Are Family.

From the Editor: We Are Family.

From a very young age I was always taught there were two types of family… the family you were born with, and the family you create.  As I grew up, I grew in and out of many different “families.”  In grammar and high school, my chosen family was my network of dancers… the girls I […]

April 21, 2011 | 0 Comments More
Patryk Larney: Music-i-AM vs. Musician

Patryk Larney: Music-i-AM vs. Musician

This week’s artist to artist advice comes from NYC Artist Patryk Larney, who was inspired to write this post after receiving an e-mail from a friend seeking advice on his shaky career.  He addresses the questions many artists face over the rocky and brutally realistic course of pursuing their dream… do I keep going or […]

March 21, 2011 | 0 Comments More
Casey Shea: "On Spec"

Casey Shea: “On Spec”

I spend a lot of time working on something called “spec.” WELCOME TO THE MUSIC INDUSTRY!!!  Doing something “on spec” is doing something on your own time and on your own dime with no guarantee that anything will ever come of it. Spec is as much hope as it is hopeless.  My life is apparently […]

March 7, 2011 | 1 Comment More
Artist Rewind: Caleb Hawley

Artist Rewind: Caleb Hawley

A talented musician, gifted songwriter, and all around genuine person, NYC Art Scene was excited to sit down with Caleb Hawley and discuss his newest album, We All Got Problems, his upcoming tour, and his general views on society.  Caleb also treated us to a special acoustic performance of one of his newest songs,  ”Call […]

January 18, 2011 | 0 Comments More
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