Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|How to Make It in the Music Industry Steps to Stardom Vol 1|
Director: Colin S. Coughenour
STEPS TO STARDOM VOL. 1 (DVD MOVIE)
How to make it anywhere
F. A. Gosse | 02/04/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This awe inpiring documentary uses the backdrop of the music industry to teach anyone and everyone how perseverance, commitment, and TRUE LOVE for the craft of their choice can lead to the realization of one's dreams. Industry professionals provide honest and elaborate explanations and detailed descriptions of the "behind the scenes" of the music industry. On a universal scale, this film teaches us to KNOW the "ins and outs" of whatever craft we may be exploring. Its encouraging lessons of KNOW YOURSELF, DON'T BE AFRAID and DO THE WORK transcend into any and all art forms."
Must See DVD!
K. Velez | NJ | 02/03/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"In a business that can be as cruel as a den of lions it is inspiring to see a production that takes it time to delve into the many struggles an up and coming artist can and will encounter in the evolution of his/her career. What makes "Steps to Stardom Vol I" stand out is it's willingness to show the errors an artist can avoid and within the same token offer a positive outlook towards success with astonishingly honest tips and methods used by artists, producers and A&R's already established in the music industry. This is definitely a DVD to be owned, especially anyone seeking great advice on How to Make It in the Music Industry."
We weren't impressed
S. Bruce | North Carolina | 08/12/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"We are a musical family who has been exploring how to enter the music business for several years already and were looking forward to what this DVD would teach us. Though the processes of getting into the business are sure to be similiar, it seemed to be geared toward the hip hop industry -- which doesn't apply to us. The DVD bascially was a compilation of people's opinions. Granted, there were some nuggets of good information but mostly we found it boring and fast forwarded at times just to make it to the end. Overall, this wasn't a useful tool for us."