The Big Gig [NOOK Book]

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The Big Gig is much more than just an intriguing and comprehensive insider's guide to breaking into the music industry as an independent musician. Compelling and thought-provoking, it is an excellent resource for leadership training, networking techniques, and personal development. The Big Gig is the first book that describes the inner workings of the highly competitive music industry as seen through the eyes of a world-renowned and highly successful musician. The Big Gig provides a template for success by ...
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The Big Gig

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Overview

The Big Gig is much more than just an intriguing and comprehensive insider's guide to breaking into the music industry as an independent musician. Compelling and thought-provoking, it is an excellent resource for leadership training, networking techniques, and personal development. The Big Gig is the first book that describes the inner workings of the highly competitive music industry as seen through the eyes of a world-renowned and highly successful musician. The Big Gig provides a template for success by covering the vocational, personal, and spiritual aspects of a musician's life. The Big Gig is much more than educational. It is inspirational, motivational, and life-changing.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013915961
  • Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing Co., Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 440
  • Sales rank: 928,623
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Posted January 9, 2012

    INCREDIBLE and POWERFUL BOOK!!!!!

    Zoro's book, "The Big Gig" has been such an inspiration to me as a working musician (specifically, fellow drummer) living in Nashville, TN. The book asks, and answers virtually all the questions that I have been wondering about for years, and lays out very practical and methodical ways for success in the spiritual, vocational, and personal areas of life. It is such a great encouragement to me as well whenever I get down about my career in the tough and trying music industry. After reading just even a paragraph, I am inspired to make a difference in this world! I have already purchased this book for several people, and if you have not gotten your copy yet, then get it TODAY. You will NOT REGRET IT!!!!! God bless Zoro!!!

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    Posted December 29, 2013

    Rynn Motsuremaki

    Age: 24/race: kitsune/looks: human – jet black hair down to waist, jade green eyes, fair skin, usually wears black clothes/devil fruit: none/history: He was born on her island as a princes. She hated the dreary, boring life there and longed for adventure. At the age of fourteen, she ran away. A few years later, she met Zaru and he became her boyfriend not long after. Fir as long as she could remember, she'd never gone anywhere without her trusty kunai.

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