Big Sean Announces Dates for the “Unfriendly Reminder Tour”

This week Big Sean, G.O.O.D. Music / Def Jam Recording artist, announced his North American “Unfriendly Reminder Tour” which will include a show in my hometown, Austin. It’s about time Big Sean! I’ve been waiting a while for Big Sean to perform in Austin as I’m a huge fan. Continue Reading →

Vezt Music App and the Style Artist Lounge at Art Basel

Since the early 1900s, when music recording began, there has been a struggle on the cut of royalties between artists, right buyers and record labels. A great example of this is in 1981 when Tom Petty went head-to-head with MCA again in 1981 when the label pushed to sell his next album, “Hard Promises,” for $9.98 a piece which was full dollar more than the norm back then. Petty refused to release the record, stating that he wanted to keep costs down for his fans. He eventually won the battle but what a huge waste of time and energy. I am told till this day some artists still fall victim to a smaller cut of the royalties for their own work. Isn’t there a better way to make this all an easier process for both artist and right buyers?

Introducing Vezt Music App! Continue Reading →

Happy National Taco Day 2017

Did you know in 2016 Americans ate over 4.5 billion tacos? October 4th is National Taco Day, a day celebrating the Mexican dish made of a maize tortilla or flour tortilla folded around food; typically filled with fish, pork, chicken or beef.

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Xbox One Special Edition Consoles Announced at Gamescom

This week was Gamescom in Germany and it was kicked off with a bang with the two new XBOX announcements from Microsoft. The two Xbox consoles announced were the Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition and the Xbox One S 1TB Console – Minecraft Limited Edition Bundle . Continue Reading →

Win Tickets to Outside Land’s 10th Anniversary Through Social Media

The Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival is held annually in San Francisco, California, at Golden Gate Park. The first festival occurred from August 22 to 24, 2008, and included over 60 musical acts from around the world. Bringing in 40,000 to 60,000 attendees a day, the inaugural festival was mostly a success besides a few hiccups here and there. Continue Reading →

Apple’s WWDC 2017 Ending With No Announcements On The iPhone 8

Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) was all this week and had several different announcements on  iOS 11, WatchOS 4HomePod, iPad Pro, iMac Pro, and a preview of the newly redesigned Apple App Store yet nothing on the iPhone 8! Continue Reading →