Indie Mix and Mingle 8

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Had an amazing time at Indie Mix and Mingle 8 in downtown Nashville last week!  Got a chance to meet some really amazing people in the business and I’m excited to see the interest in Music Strong and how we can help people!  If you don’t know what IMM is, you can check them out on their Facebook page here:

Indie Mix and Mingle Nashville

In the meantime, here’s some video from the evening to show you a snippet of what you missed!

Posted by Robin Earl on Wednesday, March 1, 2017

 

 

Nashville Unsigned Interviews Almost Everyone – Music Strong @18:35

Artist Fitness Workshops

We have two coming up!!  First is at Tennessee Songwriter’s Association International on March 18th and the next is at Belmont University.  The Belmont workshop is during their convocation and  for Belmont students only, but you can still get registered for the workshop on the 18th You can register on the product page here: http://musicstrong.com/shop/artist-fitness-workshop/ Can’t wait to see you there!

Fitness for Instrumentalists and Vocalists in Nashville Feb. 6

  I’m super excited to announce that Nashville vocal coach Robin Earl and I have teamed up to bring you what will be the first in a monthly series of fitness for musician workshops.  We don’t want anyone to feel excluded – this casual, interactive workshop is for everyone: vocalists, sound techs, musicians, song writers, load crew, managers, etc.  Musicians have such a unique job and Continue Reading →

Music Strong is featured on WSMV Channel 4 in Nashville!

Well this is super exciting! “Today in Nashville” found out about Music Strong and wanted to interview us to find out just what we do and who we are. If you missed it, the story aired  on January 23, 2017 between 11 AM-12 PM on WSMV Channel 4.  They did a great job showing just Music Strong Fitness Training is helping members of the Nashville Symphony Continue Reading →

Activating a Weak Rotator Cuff Using the Body Blade

Have you heard of the Body Blade? It looks deceptively easy, but if you have any muscle weakness you’ll be shocked how difficult it is to control. This is an excellent tool for activating the weak muscles of the rotate cuff which can be especially painful in musicians such as flutists, guitarists, string players and pianists. Start out with 5 sets of 5 repetitions and gradually Continue Reading →