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Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Are you preped for #Auditions for The #Voice @nbcthevoice | @digitalmusicnews


It’s that time again where tens of thousands of aspiring musicians will wait for hours in line for a chance to perform for the producers of the Voice which gives them a chance to perform for the “blind auditions” in front of the celebrity judges which gives them a chance at making it on TV! Look mom, I’m on TV!
I’ve never been a huge fan of these singing contest shows for the simple fact that they aren’t meant to help musicians. They are meant for ratings. And The Voice has been great at garnering ratings (and helping the JUDGES careers out). I can count on one hand how many former Voice contestants have gone on to become stars. Actually, I can count on one fin. Because fins have no fingers… never mind. NONE. Just remember that getting into this thing.
Yes, former contestants and winners have gone onto (or continued their) successful music careers, but if you’re doing this to be a star, you’re in it for the wrong reasons. Hell, if you’re in music for fame and fortune, you might as well give up now. Music ain’t about that. And people see through false motivations and can sniff out inauthenticity a mile (or iPhone screen) away.
That being said, yes, The Voice has given many musicians’ careers bumps. Read More