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A detailed video crash course in writing great songs has emerged. Songwriters and poets can now structure their material as chart topping hit songs. The Hit Songwriting Formula was created and developed by Jae London and Darryl Ray - an independent songwriting/producing team with over 50 combined years of experience. All levels of songwriting are covered from beginner to pro, touching various subjects and methods. From start to finish the course teaches a winning formula that’s broken down into elements of short and easy to follow lessons.

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Gary Numan: Android In La La Land to celebrate European premiere at EIFF

Original article from: http://www.music-news.com/news/UK/97749/Gary-Numan-Android-In-La-La-Land-to-celebrate-European-premiere-at-EIFF

perfectmotion ltd in association with Faction Films & Machine Music are very excited, honoured and indeed thrilled to announce that their


UK ranked among most ‘digitally advanced’ in Europe

Original article from: http://www.m-magazine.co.uk/news/uk-ranked-among-digitally-advanced-europe/

The European Commission (EC) has placed the UK in the top 10 most digitally advanced member states, but has highlighted the country’s slower than average uptake of online cultural services, including digital music use.

Europe’s Digital Progress Report (EDPR), published earlier this week, analyses developments in five different aspects – connectivity, digital skills, use of internet, integration of digital technology by businesses and digital public services – and ranks countries accordingly.

The UK ranks sixth out of 28 members states, its position bolstered by the fact that 87 percent of British citizens use the internet for shopping and 71 percent for social networking.

However, the report found that use of music, video and games online is below the European Union average and the UK ranks 26th for this indicator.

Overall, through a series of county reports, EC analysis shows that member states are at very different stages in the development of their digital economy.

Nordic nations are leading the pack in terms of digital infrastructure and connectivity, internet adoption by business and citizens, digital public services and research and development.

The EC said in a statement: ‘The aim of this report is to achieve a real digital union by monitoring the implementation of digital reforms in Member States grasp the opportunities available to citizens and businesses of the Digital Single Market.’

It went on to say that the main achievements in EU’s digital performance in the past year include faster and more mobile internet, a wider range of online services offered by public administrations and more consumers buying online.

To access the report, please visit https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/commission-releases-2016-european-digital-progress-report-unequal-progress-towards-digital.

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On this Day May 26, 1973

Origin of article http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/onthisday.php?factid=7243

The Edgar Winter Group went to No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Frankenstein’, the bands only US No.1, it reached No.18 in the UK. The group featured ex McCoys guitarist Rick Derringer. In live performances of the song, Edgar Winter further pioneered the advancement of the synthesizer as a lead instrument by becoming the first person ever to strap a keyboard instrument around his neck.


Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin finalise divorce – report

Original article from: http://www.music-news.com/news/UK/97740/Gwyneth-Paltrow-and-Chris-Martin-finalise-divorce-report

The couple was married for 11 years before announcing its split in 2014.


Three-Minute Guitar Lesson: “My Girl” intro riff by The Temptations (1964)

Origin of article http://youtu.be/Kt3lDHwmJNA