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PODCAST: How to build a music business company. A conversation with Etienne Charles

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Laura and Nigel chat with acclaimed jazz musician Etienne Charles from Trinidad and Tobago about how he built his international career. His forays into the business of music in the United States are examined to understand how building a personal music corporation is necessary for sustained growth and success in the industry beyond the borders.

Published by: Nigel A. Campbell

Music businessman focused on expanding the appeal of Island Music globally via new media, live performance and distribution. Writer and critic

Produced by iRADIO.tt

Episode 15 - republished with the expressed permission of the publisher

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ETIENNE CHARLES is PERFECTLY POSITIONED to GLOBALIZE the TRINIDAD MUSIC -- especially so with some CROSS-OVER COMPOSITIONS.

... but I would like to see him integrate some of the MODERN SOCA in one of his compositions and lean a little MORE COMMERCIAL!!! Or at least DEVELOP a YOUNG ARTISTE in that direction ... if he feels that his musical message has to maintain a CERTAIN PURITY.

ROARING LION ~ CARNIVAL LONG AGO (J'OUVERT BARRIO)

Etienne Charles - J'ouvert Barrio

Etienne Charles - Black Echo V Steel

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