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Good for you Glends. Praise God
Hi Glenda! I wanted to tell you I enjoyed your music, especially "My Strength and My Song"! Stacy Olmino
Thank you Stacy
Thanks for connecting with me. I would like to know more about These Streets Are Holy screenplay and how I might get involved.
Glenda - so sorry I missed seeing your comment until now. In what way might you like to be involved with These Streets Are Holy?
You have listened to and reviewed some of my music in the past. I have recently added an album to BJ. When you have the time, please have a listen.
Thanks, Norb Studelska
You brought back such memories of my era...1970s!
Great song, great lyrics, great melody and arrangement!
Thanks so much Glenda! Yeah, I loved that era too! Take care. Greg
Greg....thank you for that stellar review of my song Revive America! That is very encouraging to me. Wishing you much success in your music career!
Thanks for taking the time to review my song Rum Pum Pum. I'm glad you liked it. I have definitely taken your advice. Thank you.
Thank you for your review of "The Night Baby Jesus Was Born" your review is very encouraging!
Thank you for such kind words on my introduction into blues rock.
I stand on tall shoulders mam.
Your words make me feel even taller.
Love your song I Give You Praise....good job!
Thank you for giving my song Lord Your Amazing Grace a 5 star rating Lady V.
My pleasure. I really enjoyed the song. It touched my spirit so I had no choice! :)
Hi Susan. Tell me some of your favorite songwriters and I'll tell you a song of mine to check out. I'll do the same if you'd like. Take care. Greg
Hey Greg, I like so many for different reasons. For lyrics, Springsteen, Don Henley...Bruno Mars, ppl with a tight cohesive story. I like Nicki Minaj, Naughty By Nature,Motown Records, Enigma for sound...Barry White, Stevie Nicks for the magic...Bee Gees for harmonies (and Cyndi Corkran speaking of...) So many.. All! Give me your current favorite of yours, that's what I was asking for as songs are like kids we like different ones at different times
Thank you Susan for giving my song The Way That Jesus Loves a 5-star rating.
You are welcome! I wish you much luck with it! :)
...........wow, well, thank you Susan, for that mention, in great "company" of artists!
Hi Susan. I am a huge fan of the Eagles, Hanley particularly. I love the Beatles, Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, Carole King, James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett, and others. For me, singer/songwriter music peaked in the 60's/70's, although there is always something good around. Check out Country Club Motor Lodge and Maybe Next Time. Those are both kind of Eagles' style tunes. Let me know which of yours to check out. Take care. Greg
Hey Greg, I have already listened to those two songs in the not too distant past and given them 5 stars then, so I am unable to star them again :) CCML also had a little Billy Joel in there and Maybe Next Time was sweet. I'm going to listen to that one again. So give me another recommendation :). As for me, my songs are all different genres, You Have No Idea (folk version), or Bye Bye Sonny (female version?) Or Sweet Dreams. Pick which one you're drawn to. Thanks.
Listened to those 3! WOW!! Really good songs! And you (I guess that's you) are a great singer. I probably like You Have No Idea best but they are all REALLY strong. On Bye Bye Sonny, the drums and percussive guitar seemed a bit overpowering to me (at least on headphones). You have such a pretty voice....thought it should have been a bit more out front with a little more mellow feel to the other stuff. WONDERFUL Music!! Check out Summer Comes Along. It is a retro song....kind of a Brian Wilson thing. Tell me others of yours you think would be my style. Take care. Greg
Thanks Greg! The singer is Jacky Dustin she is an amazing Nashville singer songwriter who did those demos. I just write with musicians and producers, either lyric or lyric and melody. And of course, that is a man on Sweet Dreams. lol. Thanks for listening to all! Ok now I can check out some more of yours! I like asking friends to post like this because there is so much stuff out there and I like to know what writers are most proud of themselves.
Sure Susan! You must spend some serious money on your recordings.....they sound completely production quality. If you get a chance, check out Me and the Moon. It is one of my faves of my songs. If you're a Beatle fan, you might also like Dream Love. Take care. Greg
He Greg- When my co-writers are producers it doesn't cost me anything thats their half :0) But sometimes I've gone to Nashville and paid them when I want to do my own song like You Have No Idea. I have written so many different ways over the years. Your production sounds great. Some of my songs are just scratch tracks by my co-writer that we never got around to having a full band demo. They are some of my favorites but the recordings are unfinished.Because they would have been too hard to pitch to an artist so investment probably not worth it. One song if you want to check it out is Johnny's 29th Birthday. It is part of a trilogy with Bye Bye Sonny... The concept of my co-writer was to take 3 songs about one person but change the musical style in each. But we never got around to having a band professionally record them. And we wanted more horns on Johnny. It's kind of a Lou Reed style. Not Fooling Me Now (Springsteen style) was first part of story, then Bye Bye Sonny, then J29BD is conclusion... told by different characters in his life. I did the lyrics and Anthony Uva did the original tracks, but never mastered or finished. Anyway, thanks. for your interest, am going to listen to more of yours.
Dream Love is definitely reminiscent of the Beatles, especially the Seargent Pepper album, very trippy and dreamy!
LIstened to Not Foolin' Me Now. Wonderful lyric!! You are an outstanding lyricist! For the most part, I like the music. To me, the singer is not at all right for the song. I can feel the Springsteen influence...l too am a big fan of "The Boss". Really great stuff you're doing! Take care. Greg
Hey Everyone, Haven't asked everyone lately, but please post your very favorite one of your own songs below so I can check it out. Just one...your number one current pick of you!!!
You're very brave Susan!! Here's mine https://www.broadjam.com/songs/bobb
Hi Susan....here's my all time favorite song that I wrote: https://www.broadjam.com/songs/glen
Hey Bob and Glenda, thanks for sharing! I enjoyed listening and great production on both (I'm not a musician, I co-write with them :) So everyone check these songs out.... It might be easier to go to their page than copying link. Who's up next?
Congratulations N.Jones for a very deserving win!
Thank you so much for checking out my accomplishments Glenda. It is appreciated surely.
Take a listen to my newest song: MY STRENGTH AND MY SONG. Feedback appreciated.
Come listen to Mouth of Wisdom again and tell me what you think
Thank you for reviewing my song "I'll Follow Jesus". Jeff, I really appreciate your comments they are very encouraging and constructive.
Truly a pleasure Glenda--I love the song!!
You really are my favorite Broadjam reviewer Jeff. Thanks for being such an excellent and supportive Broadjam member. You bring such a great energy and presence to this site.
Aw shucks thanks Doug. Gonna have to put a tip jar out...lol.
Thank you for reviewing my song The Way That Jesus Loves. Your comments were so encouraging!
Hello sister Glenda. Thanks for the review of my vintage song there's a kingdom. Hope you had a good Lord's day. Mrs Kate
Hello sister Glenda. You've got me pegged! Thanks for the review of my vintage farewell song. Your sister in Jesus, Mrs Kate
Filmed Entertainment (Motion Pictures, Television, and Video)
The U.S. filmed entertainment industry encompasses movie theaters, TV subscriptions and electronic home video consumption. Box office receipts are projected to grow from $9.9 billion in 2016 to $10.9 billion in 2020, an increase of 1.2%. Home video will reach $20.9 billion, up from $20 billion in 2016 during the same period, and of that, both streaming video and TV video on-demand will jump from $11 billion to over $15 billion by 2020. The United States has a mature subscription TV market and thanks to rising bundle prices and premium service increases, will grow modestly from $101.8 billion to $102.3 billion by 2020.
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The U.S. recorded music industry (including concerts and touring) grew to $15.5 billion in 2016, up from $15 billion in 2015. Thanks to streaming and live music, the U.S. recorded music industry is expected to surpass $18 billion by 2020 ($16 billion from streaming services and live music alone). While the U.S. is still the largest global music market and it is essential for a company interested in global operations to establish a presence in the vibrant and highly diverse U.S. music market, competition is strong from European and Asian markets.
Digital technologies have revolutionized the music industry by creating high-quality, low-cost recording technologies and digital distribution, along with the proliferation of devices to download and listen to music. Future industry growth is likely to be among companies outside the soon-to-be big three worldwide record companies - Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, and Warner Music Group - as the United States has a robust independent music (or "indie") sector.
Indies often rely on partnerships with the largest labels in the global market to prevent illegal file sharing. Many companies in the industry have diversified, signing sync deals with vertical businesses for TV ads, in-flight entertainment, satellite radio, restaurants, touring, live entertainment, and merchandise. Digital music sales took over physical sales for the first time in 2014 and the trend is expected to continue. The United States also has the world's largest performance rights market and earns half of global sync revenues.
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Video games have become a $100 billion industry that is constantly innovating and bringing new applications to market. The United States alone holds about $17.6 billion in consumer and ad revenues alone. The traditional gaming sector includes video games for personal computers and game consoles. Today's consumers have access to multiple devices, whether mobile phone or tablet. The sector is comprised of physical, digital, and online games, subscription services mobile apps, and virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR). The industry has evolved quickly in the social and casual gaming sector, where live competitions have become popular. Electronic sports, also known as "esports" or "e-sports", includes professional gaming, in which players compete before a live audience.
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Thanks for sharing. much love & hugs
Thank you for sharing these very interesting facts.
All the best,
Good morning Jacalyn & Dean, for all the information.
Hope you both are well!
Thank you so much................xox
Thank you for sharing. God Bless!
That video game pool is my next conquest... Oh boy is it ever my next conquest:)
Love both of your songs, but Tree of Life is especially touching to me. Great job Lisa!
Thank you Glenda! I appreciate your support! May God bless you in your ministry!
You're very talented Ben and by the way, thank you for reviewing my song Be An Encourager. I wish you much success in your music career.
Thank you Glenda
I'm a Finalist in the INSPIRE SONG CONTEST. Please vote for my song THE WAY THAT JESUS LOVES at this link. http://inspiresong.com/contest/ 1
Thank you for your review of My Polish Candy, Glenda. It's influenced by McCartney indeed.
I got that....I grew up in that era it was great musically!
Hey Mrs. Kate....thank you for the great review of my song I'll Follow Jesus! You are so very encouraging!
Thanks for your positive comments Kate, much appreciated. You are also correct on the "I'm Sorry" element, this has been mentioned to me on a few occasions. It's a pity I missed this in the original Lyrics, I have created a modified version to adjust this, hopefully I'll have it redone shortly. Thanks again Kate.
Thank you for the great review of A Heart Of Love
You're welcome. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it.
Thank you for the great review of my song Running Back Into Your Arms Again. Your comments were encouraging and helpful!
Thank you for the great review of my song The Night Baby Jesus Was Born. I appreciate your honesty.
Hi Glenda, glad you liked Passport to Power. Thanks for the review! Mrs. Kate
You are welcome Kate....I actually love the song. Keep up the good work in Jesus name!
Have you seen my new video? https://youtu.be/EjCFrLm39HU
Hi Glenda, thank you very much for your review on Tree of Life! Your words are very much appreciated. All the best with your musical journey! xx Lisa
Hi, Glenda, I want to thank you for your great review of "O Come and Mourn with Me" it was a song I sang on Good Friday with a group and loved it so much I had my producer make into a solo for me. I am glad you liked it and maybe you would like to hear my song "What Have They Done" also made into a solo for me...Hope publishing for What Have They Done.I have a new one for this year I hope to have up soon "A Lenten Meditation" again thank you for listening and liking my song. a friend of music
The Way That Jesus Loves is awesome!!! Your voice comes from the heart- I can tell. Wonderful!!!!!!
Oh my....thank you so much Cindy. I absolutely love this song and I hope to reach many for Jesus Christ through it, particularly the Hispanic Community.
Glenda, I'm sure you will. I know you reached me. Thank you.