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Help Twitter Make A Rockumentary At SXSW

If you’ll be attending South by Southwest (SXSW) this year? If so, you should plan to participate in creating this Rockumentary because you’ll kick yourself for it later if you don’t.

And if you don’t know what SXSW is, it’s a “unique convergence of original music, independent films, and emerging technologies” – and it’s what everyone will be tweeting about from March 8-17.

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Musicians That #TakeCenterStage Can Win Up To $25k

Have a great song, but short on audience? This contest is for you.

Upload it and get enough votes and you can win the promotional opportunity of a lifetime.

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#BackGate Has Folks Talking About Glee Again – But Not In A Good Way

What would you do if you were a crafty songwriter who came up with a creative cover for a popular song and a TV show ripped you off?

If you were Jonathan Coulton, you’d tweet it out and shame that show for all it’s worth. Because unfortunately, outside of shaming Glee, Coulton may have little legal recourse.

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Grammys Launches A Twitter Chat Series With Female Music Stars

The 55th Annual Grammy Awards are just over six weeks away, and to drum up some anticipation, The Recording Academy has launched a Twitter chat series with major female music stars.

They’re calling it The Artist Interview Series, and using the hashtag #TheWorldIsListening.

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The Music Sharing Habits Of Twitter Users [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter users are a music-loving bunch. Some of the most-followed users are musicians, like Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry, all of whom have tens of millions of followers.

Social music service Serendip wanted to know just how much Twitter users loved their music, so they put together this infographic to find out.
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Blur Performing Two New Songs Live On Twitter

Do you love hearing new music first? If so, you’ll want to tune in to Twitter next week to catch Blur’s live performance of two brand new songs.

The only other way to get in on this “first” is to figure out which rooftop in London they’ll be singing them from  (that’s the other cool “first” about this debut).
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