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Mar 22, 2021

“Music has so much to do with familiarity.” - Melanie Safka


Today’s bonus featured author for Women’s History Month is Emmy Award-winning songwriter and was the first woman to perform at The Woodstock Music Festival in the summer of 1969, Melanie Safka. Melanie and I talk about why changing with the times is a must, why creativity and business sense are needed, and more!!!


Key Things You’ll Learn:

How she’s been adjusting as a live performer during the pandemic.

Why you must learn to not take everything seriously. Especially in the entertainment business.

Why the music industry is the way it is today.

Why it pays to sometimes delay your work.


Melanie’s Site:

Melanie’s Patreon:

Melanie’s Books:


The opening track is titled “Vash The Stampede” by Asis Galvin. To listen to the full track and support the artist monetarily, click the following link.


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