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The official page for 9th and Ash, the Ohio based musician! Also featuring unsigned marketing tips, advice, and recommendations!

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Latest Blog Posts for 9th and Ash | The official website for the Youngstown, OH musician!

  • Headliner.FM Revisited
    on Jan 1, 1970
    In one of my earlier articles for the Youngstown Local Music Examiner, I mentioned a new tool that I was using called Headliner.FM. After being on the site for a while, I’d like to highlight some possible suggestions that would improve my exper...
  • Site laaaaaaunch!
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Hey! Somehow you managed to find my site! If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to share your opinion by leaving a comment. Those make my day. Also feel free to network with us on any of the given portals located conveniently at...
  • 9th and Ash T-shirts, CDs, and more!
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Hey everyone! I just wanted to take a break from my regularly scheduled blogging and say thanks for all the positive feedback I’ve been getting! After officially launching this website in early December, I’ve received nearly 10,000 unique...
  • Social Media, Part I: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Music
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Since Myspace’s rise in 2006, social media has permanently altered the way fans discover music. Never has it been easier to find fresh sounds from bands of every genre, from hip-hop to country and everything in between. Social media has effecti...
  • What I’m Doing in the Wake of the Myspace Layoffs
    on Jan 1, 1970
    According to various news sources, the former social networking giant Myspace laid off over 47% of its staff this week, dropping the total number of employees to around 500. This is just another sign of the end times for the once popular hangout for...
  • A Tale of Two CDs
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Throughout my time following the local music scene, I’ve had the opportunity to see many bands grow and die. One of the biggest events of a musician’s career, especially for a local band, is the CD release. Why is it so important, you as...
  • Do Musicians Really Care About ‘Fan Appreciation’ Comments?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    If you’ve ever listened to music, you’ve probably thought to yourself at one point in time, Wow, this song is really cool! Thanks to the internet,  music fans now have an incredible opportunity to actually direct these comments to the ba...
  • Social Media, Part II: Why I Can’t Live Without It
    on Jan 1, 1970
    In part I of my series on Social Media, I talked about the reasons why you shouldn’t solely rely on these social networking tools to promote your band. Lest you think that it’s just all a big waste of time, I want to talk about the import...
  • Why Musicians Are Always Grouchy (And How To Change That)
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Some of the most interesting people I’ve ever met were musicians. By the ambiguous term ‘interesting’, I mean partially deranged. In all seriousness, though, musicians are a funny lot and have their own set of hard-to-understand man...
  • Tis’ the Season: Creative Ways To Support the Musicians You Love
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Apart from a certain hairy green creature which I’d rather not discuss,everyone loves the Christmas spirit of giving this time of year, musicians included. I personally love to give a little something extra to my favorite bands over this season...
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