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Re: “Megan Jean tells a doo-doo story

bullocksonU, go back to being an old fart riding around in your "Cumaro", listening to .38 Special with your loser drinking buddies wondering what could have been if you worked half as hard as MJKFB. Just because an artist doesn't sell out large theatres, arenas, ect, doesn't mean they are irrelevant. Megan Jean and Byrne have worked very hard for several years now and they are gaining national indie music attention. I predict that before the end of this decade, they will have an audience at least 10 times it's current size. I look at them as a source of inspiration and as mentors. They may not have a platnum album yet and they might not ever. However, they will almost definitely make a decent living off of it for quite sometime. Besides, I have had my "rock n' roll fantasy" notions destroyed by the not-so-glamorous day-to-day operations of running a project and I haven't done 5% of the work they have so far. In spite of this, I still want to do it. This isn't a glamorous job, I've talked to several artists that have had followings from being loved in their hometown only all the way up to selling out large arenas and everyone says that the glamour people see is just an image. It's not always party central, often, it's tedious and frustrating, even after you're world famous. I've already experienced some of this and I still want to put the songs out there. Please stop with your simpleton comments.

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Posted by badpinkrecords on March 5, 2013 at 2:34 PM
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