A worthwhile article about becoming successful in the music business

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About Cindo Santos

I am a songwriter, guitarist, singer, performer, a human and social commentator, a fellow traveller. My act is taking off!
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5 Responses to A worthwhile article about becoming successful in the music business

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    • Cindo says:

      OK, thanks for taking the time. This blog has been somewhat dormant for a while because a lot personal changes have happened in my life, namely, loosing the woman I loved and really building up self-confidence with my singing and live performance. But, now I’m there, I’ve moved beyond these issues. This means making this site into something fun, useful and engaging. I estimate it will be all smooth by the end of January.
      I really appreciate your comment!!

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      Health is like walking on a mine field – no problem, then a catastrophe happens! Now, in Europe, health insurance is quite different, it’s all taken care of, no matter what you do for a living. But here in the US, well you know how it is and apparently how it’s becoming. I have amazing health insurance from my previous long term job as an engineer / urban development specialist, so I don’t know much about it, but I believe at least there are some basic private insurances you can buy AND – don’t forget, when you register your business (mine, Hot-Tune is registered in the State of Florida for $50) you can deduct, hmm, I believe (there is some fine print), your health premiums and expenses.

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