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Rock ‘n’ Roll High School – the essential guide to the European music industry.
Planning a tour in Europe? Looking for a distributor in Germany? Need some advice on how to become a famous DJ? The Rock ‘n’ Roll High School Magazine will answer all your questions about the European music industry.
If you’re in a band, or if you run a label anywhere, you are probably desperate for more information on how to book European tours, where to buy the best merchandise, how to get your records distributed in other countries and who to call for promotion. You could spend hours on the internet looking for answers, but why waste your precious time? We’ve got all this information and we have put it together in such a way that it’s useful and fun to read. The Rock 'n' Roll High School magazine is the most practical book of reference around for anyone who wants to do business in, or with the European music industry.
The legendary Steven van Zandt isn’t just a founding member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, or a Sopranos actor, he’s also one of our very special guest contributors. In Breaking and Entering Europe: One Indie Rebel's Tale he tells about his experiences as a record label owner and gives some very valuable advice.
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