Youtube has traditionally been the main platform for viral videos. With 100 hours of videos uploaded every minute and 6 billion hours watched every month, Youtube maintains its dominance through volume...
Youtube was barely a year old when OK GO became its first viral music video superstars on July 31, 2006, with their video “Here It Goes Again”...
Originally written as a wedding gift for Lee’s wife Sara, it was the song for their first dance as husband and wife. Now, it is quickly becoming we wedding song of the summer as The Knot has selected the song for the Dream Wedding of Rebekah Gregory and Pete DiMartino on April 4.Both Rebekah and Pete are survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing incident that occurred last year. The Know also ...[Read More]
In 1995, Michael Jackson spent $7 million dollars on his music video ‘Scream’. Bob Dylan made a video for the song ‘Love Is Lost’ for $12.99, in 2013. The whole music industry has been gloriously turned on its head. Music videos have changed drastically, from a passive to interactive. They've gone from massive productions to DIY. Back in the heyday of MTV and music television programming, music v ...[Read More]
Viewers an unlimited number of options to watch music videos these days, but the goal is to get them to watch your show. Vine & Instagram are two great tools to reach potential viewers, let them know about your show and get/keep them interested. Anything goes but the more creative you are the greater your reach!
OK GO – The Fathers of Viral Music Videos Youtube was barely a year old when OK GO became one of its first viral music video superstars on July 31, 2006, with their video “Here It Goes Again”. The video got over 1 million views in less than six days, so it makes sense that Google bought Youtube in late 2006. OK GO kept it up with viral hit after viral hit, that kept the fire under their musi ...[Read More]
"Partition" is not available Youtube, Vevo, Spotify, Pandora or related services but two weeks ago it peaked at No. 49 on the Billboard Streaming Songs chart with over 1.4 million streams in the U.S. How did this happen? Creative fans.
Dean Miller – “Till You Stop Getting Up” Dean Miller, son of country icon Roger Miller, has released a new music video that tells the tale of Golden Gloves boxer Jack Kelly or maybe it is the story of Kris Kristofferson, who makes a guest appearance in the video. USA Today premiered the video on Feb 7, 2014 Small Town Pistols – “Colour Blind” Formerly, The Wilki ...[Read More]
Dean Miller has premiered the video “Till You Stop Getting Up” on USA Today! The video tells the story of Golden Gloves boxer Jack Kelly. Kris Kristoferson makes a fitting guest appearance and the video opens up with a poster promoting one of his early fights. “When I wrote and recorded the song ‘Til You Stop Getting Up, I was always imagining the images in the song,” ...[Read More]