Social Media

So you think you can be a star?

Producers Circle is the world’s first and only social music network.

Founded by entrepreneur and promoter Jack Wishna, who has worked on the careers of Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, Madonna and more, is there to offer stand-out artists on the site access to some of the most creative producers in the music business.

The “Producer’s Circle,” is a group of some of the largest producers in the world. This exclusive group will review the music of artists who have registered and met certain criteria on the site. Once selected they then work with the artists one-on-one.

Holy crap!!

How cool is that?

If you are like most artists ““ starving ““ then get your butt over to and check it out.

Just think, you could be the next Justin Bieber.

I know, un-beliebable.



LAS VEGAS, Dec. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Millions of undiscovered artists and bands looking to break into the music industry now have the opportunity to gain access to an elite group of GRAMMY, TONY, CLIO and JUNO award-winning producers, songwriters and directors at is the world’s ONLY “Social Music Network.” It was founded by entrepreneur and promoter Jack Wishna, who has worked on the careers of Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, Madonna and more. announced today the formation of the “Producer’s Circle,” which offers stand-out artists on the site access to some of the most creative producers in the music business to help them develop their careers.

The Producer’s Circle at, headed by Ron Dante, Executive Director of Talent Acquisition, brings together the largest music producers in the world. This exclusive group consists of over a dozen prolific producers including Phil Ramone, Ron Dante, Jack Douglas, Nancy Gregory, Lamont Dozier and Kevin Churko, to name a few. These individuals have worked with artists and bands such as: Lady Gaga, The Black Eyed Peas, Justin Timberlake, Maroon 5, Usher, Jennifer Lopez, Aerosmith, Selena Gomez, Rascal Flatts, Jay Z, Ozzy Osbourne, Madonna, Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani, Britney Spears, Keith Urban, Rod Stewart, Celine Dion, Miley Cyrus, Kelly Clarkson, Marc Anthony, Hinder, Kayne West, Tupac, Lupe Fiasco, Lil Wayne, Nickelback and Dr. Dre.

The Producer’s Circle is an elite group that reviews the music of artists and band members that have either met certain criteria on the website or have been selected immediately by the producers for review. Artists and bands that make inclusion into the Producer’s Circle now gain personal one-on-one attention from the biggest names in the industry.

With this firepower of producer talent, is in a unique and enviable position to discover, develop, market and promote talent from the membership ranks. is the future for finding the next Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber, and to help advance an artist’s career to the next level.

“Our talented producers and songwriters have won a whopping 120 Grammy Awards, produced 210 Top 40 Billboard songs and created 61 #1 hits. We’re going to dominate the undiscovered talent marketplace with this career development program for new artists and bands,” said Wishna.

Artists and Bands can now submit their music and videos online from anywhere on the planet at

For more info and the complete bios on the Producer’s Circle, please visit Protection Status

Gaga’s Lil’ Monsters Beat Out by Bieber Nation

Concert Stock PhotographyA year ago the race was on ““ Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber shooting it out to be the first to reach a billion views. Lady Gaga won that race making her the queen of all things social.

But wait!

Unbeknownst to all those Little Monsters that follow Lady Gaga’s every move, the Bieberholics have been busily recruiting beliebers across the nation and the biebersphere.

Bieber has just blown by Lady Gaga to become the first artist ever to reach 2 billion YouTube views, this according to social-media stats service Currently they have Bieber at 2,012,524,264 views and Gaga at 1,887,277,009.

Unfriggin’ beliebable!

How is that even possible? Because Bieber has over 1 million subscribers on YouTube, giving him nearly 94 million views a month.

For you non-beliebers out there ““ Bieber started his career on YouTube when at 12 years old he posted some videos and ended up with millions of views. This caught the attention of Scooter Braun and Usher. The rest, as they say, is history.

Not is all lost Little Monsters. According to you’re still leading the way on Facebook with 44,739,729 fans and Twitter with 15,276,277 followers. This compared to Justin’s 37,122,624 Facebook fans and 13,993,268 Twitter followers.

So what has catapulted Bieber into the top slot? His latest Christmas release “Mistletoe,” which currently has over 30 million views and climbing.

Damn! And I thought he would just fade off into the sunset.

Looks like I’m headed to the doctors. I need to get a bieber shot. The last thing I need is to catch bieber fever.

I hate to be an enabler, but here’s the Mistletoe video. . .

From our WTF Department

Nirvana Nevermind Album PhotographI’m sure everyone read WTF to mean What The F***, but what it really means is What The Facebook.

Corny I know, but read on .  .  .

Nirvana’s iconic album Nevermind is celebrating it’s twenty year anniversary. That’s quite a milestone, especially if anyone reading this remembers the release way back in September 1991.

You remember 1991 right? That was the year of Desert Storm and gas was just north of a dollar at $1.12 per gallon, and you could still afford to go to a concert. There was also the firestorm in the Oakland hills that burned thousands of homes and killed 25 people. Sadly that was also the year we lost Freddie Mercury lead singer of Queen due to the AIDS virus.

So to celebrate this monumental moment the bands label, Universal, is planning to sell a 4-CD/1-DVD reissue of the album. However, Facebook has taken issue with cover art of a naked baby boy floating in a pool just letting it all hang out. According to Facebook the image violates it Terms of Use policy.

This hit the news twenty years ago! It’s old news. Facebook – get over yourselves. You are not the internet police, Google is.

Just relax and take a hit of this wild ass weed I just scored with my medical card. After all, we have progressed as a society – at least I’d like to think we have.

Later dude .  .  . I have a concert to get to.


Google+ a Concert Venue?

Female Artist Connects With Fans in Live Virtual Concert

Facebook users are migrating to Google’s new social network, Google+, for innovative features like the Hangout technology, which allows 10 people to interact on live video simultaneously. The new technology has created a buzz in the social media world, with one of its most exciting uses being the first official virtual concert performed by singer/songwriter Daria Musk.

The New Concert Venue?

Pushing the limits of this new Google+ technology, Musk performed a 6.5 hour virtual concert that became a worldwide phenomenon, ultimately reaching thousands of viewers around the globe, from Norway to Australia to Argentina. Daria performed all night for fans who created an etiquette of staying for a few songs before leaving the Hangout so that fans-in-waiting could jump in.

The response from fans around the world caused the media to pick up the story, while Musk has landed on’s list of “The Most Interesting People to Circle on Google+.” Meanwhile, Google’s top engineers are collaborating with Musk to host a second concert this Saturday, July 23rd at 7 p.m. ET., creating a live streaming channel on www.HangoutParty.comthat will allow an unlimited number of viewers around the world to watch and listen.”While Facebook has created a platform that has changed the way people connect online through sharing pictures and updates, Google+ took it one step further by allowing people to interact in real time with video and voice capabilities, changing the very nature of how people socialize on these networks,” said Sean Wolfington, owner of Tier 10 Marketing, the agency which architected the digital marketing strategy for Grammy Award-winning musician Shakira and that now represents Musk. “Traditionally record labels dictated which artists get exposure. Now Google+ gives artists an opportunity to find fans, and gives fans the opportunity to find artists. This interactive video conferencing platform turns fans into friends by allowing them to collaborate directly with the artist, and it’s changing the music industry.”

“Google+ changed my life on Saturday night because I was able to connect with fans from all around the world,” said Musk. “My heart is bursting with joy and I’m forever changed.”

I think is a great tool for artists to get their names out there and meet new fans. As for me, I’m heading over to Google+ to check it out, but I think I’d rather be watching a concert at venues like Thunder Valley Casino and Resort. Especially their summer concert series, or even a larger venue like Power Balance Pavilion.

About Daria Musk

With a set list of powerfully catchy songs, crafted with artistry, spunk and modern flair, soulful indie pop/rock artist Daria Musk is quickly becoming a fan favorite online and in person, receiving rave reviews for her recordings and live shows. Raised in a musical family, with a rebellious heart, an honest innocence, and a passion for playing, Daria developed a distinctive guitar and songwriting style that catches fire on stage and in the studio. Together with producer/composer/bass player R.A.M., Daria has gone from playing cafes to showcasing at festivals and major music industry events like SXSW, CMJ and Gathering of the Vibes. Daria has played to sold-out crowds at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, New York City’s Mercury Lounge, and Connecticut’s beautiful Stage One. In just a few years, Daria’s songwriting and talent have been recognized and awarded by the We Are Listening Singer/Songwriter Awards, the Starbucks Emerging Artist Competition, the International Songwriting Competition, the Gap’s Born-To-Play Competition (voted #9 over-all out of 800+ artists), the Musician’s Atlas Spotlight Artist, and she has been sponsored by the Taylor Guitars at SXSW 2009.

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