#RSOM’s TWITTER LIST

The power of social media has enabled the pub performer to the celebrity the ability to share their music globally.

Twitter lets musicians share links to videos or songs and to keep their support base up to date with upcoming gigs and recent news. For fans, refreshing their Twitter feed means they can be reading a post within seconds of their favourite celebrity sharing it.

The aim of this Twitter list is to expose the average man to the discovery of new Melbourne talent. In addition, various Australian organisations which endeavour to develop musician’s careers are included and not to mention trending music magazines to tell the latest goss.

  1. Abbey Stone (@abbeyliveshere) A Melburnian singer/songwriter marking her footprint in the music biz. If you haven’t seen my post about her, check it out!
  2. APRA/AMCOS (@apraamcos)The Australasian Performing Right Association Limited (APRA) and the Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society Limited (AMCOS) are two not-for-profit organisations that ensure that all songwriters, composers and publishers are rewarded for their works.
  3. Beat Magazine (@beatmagazine)An Australian arts and music magazine that provides the latest music news, weekly gig and club guides as well as venue and band links.
  4. Demi Louise (@demilouisemusic)An example of a Melburnian songwriter taking every opportunity they get to grow and explore the world. 20-year-old Demi is now living the musician’s dream in the UK gigging and writing music.
  5. Jiordan Tolli (@jiordant) Having had the taste of fame, former 2013 X Factor contestant Jiordan is now working on her own music.
  6. Missy Higgins (@missyhiggins) –  A major inspiration when I was growing up this Melburnian’s songwriting is dazzling to the ears.
  7. Music Victoria (@musicvictoria)  An independent voice of the Victorian contemporary music industry, Music Victoria actively supports the development of the Victorian music community.
  8. Sounds Australia (@soundsaustralia) Australia’s music market development initiative, Sounds Australia supports the careers of Australian artists both locally and internationally.
  9. The Music Melbourne (@themusicmelb) – As part of The Music AU, Music Melbourne is all about music, arts, culture and lifestyle. Another worthy mag to read.
  10.  Vocal Art Studios (@vocalartstudios)Melbourne’s award winning singing, music and entertainment school with the largest social media following of any similar type business in Australia.

 

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