On this day in 1829 a patent for an Accordion is granted to Cyrill Demian in Vienna. In the official patent, it was described→
According to a story in The Tennessean, Mike and Sue Gay figured they had a pretty good idea for a new business, but they→
Investing was probably the last thing on the minds of Iron Maiden fans as they flicked their Bics to the heavy-metal band in concerts→
When was the last time you listened to two bands trying to practice in the same room? Chances are that it was loud, confusing,→
Ronald and Bryan Williams, two entrepreneurial brothers from New Orleans who run the successful music company Cash Money Records Inc., are turning their attention→
The idea for MessageParty, like most startups, came from a combination of personal frustration and curiosity. Amanda Peyton, writing for the Huffington Post, was→
I’ve never been a fan of the band, but have always marveled at the culture surrounding them – truly a unique following, turning each→
Music legend Ray Charles capitalized on music publishing angle: he began recording a lot of public domain songs, like “America The Beautiful,” and “Lift→
If you’ve ever been to a music festival, or see one on TV, you know that people who their children to these muddy affairs→
It had to happen. (Actually, it’s just a photoshopped concept) Ringtones are next. Photo by geekosystem.
‘Garage inventors’ is a term used to describe individuals or groups of inventors that create independently. They are not on a salary or salary/incentive→
Mark Zuckerberg and Evan Williams are now household names, and in many ways, these entrepreneurs are like rock stars in the startup world. In→
A 26-year-old Australian designer has invented a brand-new way to be a rock star, reports Readers Digest. The Misa Digital Guitar’s fret board looks→
According to a story at Richmond Biz Sense, Tom Borwick won a $3,500 investment at an annual business pitch competition at the University of→
Steve Downing is “Grandpa”, as in Music with Grandpa, a new classical music education business opportunity. I recently had the opportunity to ask him→
Musical group OKgo for their new song ‘This too shall pass’. For a behind-the-scenes look, go here.
“What does a grieving mother do after she loses a child?” asks The Taunton Gazette. Well, for Sharen Wendy Robertson relief came through the→
What if you could identify the early-warning signs of a business problem? What if, in fact, the red flags are there right now, waving→
Tim Westergren talks about Pandora’s place in the evolving worlds of music and technology in this report from CNNMoney.
Heck with a better mousetrap. Jason Lucash, 26, is busy inventing compact products that help people listen to music. The Danville Express News reports→