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Help for Georgia Music Makers

Where does an up-and-coming music star in Georgia go to begin their climb to success? Where do new and established professionals go to collaborate on their ideas? Georgia is home to a diverse and rich culture of talent that often goes unseen and unheard due to a lack of resources and information about the music business and lack of contacts within the industry. Without a central resource of information, the future holds a long, tedious journey of dead-ends and unnecessary struggle and frustration.

Help is finally here! · FREE Listing to ALL eligible, Georgia-based music talent, music-affiliated businesses, service and product providers for the Official Guide to the Georgia Music Industry - GAMusicCenter.com, the new directory being created · The Georgia Music Industry Research Project 2005 2006 will be the catalyst to create and develop this resource. · The website will be a FREE searchable online directory for the State of Georgia, to be fully implemented at the conclusion of the project. · This comprehensive, independent study will include events to be held in all Georgia metro-areas and surrounding cities so dedicated volunteers and event sponsors will be the center of success for the project!

Listing information, volunteer and event sponsorship information is currently available as PDF downloads from GA Music Center. Become a part of Georgia Music History! Get Listed & Get Involved! For more information, call 404-419-6090 or toll-free at 877-GA TALENT (428-2536). Email: Info

The principal research team for the project is the Society of Future Recording Artists & Songwriters (SOFRAS), a 501c(3) non-profit sponsored program of Express H.O.M.E. Program, Inc.

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  • Artist / Group Name: Society of Future Recording Artists & Songwriters
  • Press Release Date: Ongoing
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