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Support Music in Your Community
Blessed are the families that live in communities that support music programs. Kids that pick up an instrument are less likely to get into mischief. This is true for sports, art and theater. For now we’ll concentrate music. When you kid picks up an instrument and becomes good at it, it builds confidence. It can change the way his or her piers perceives them, from being an outcast to becoming popular. The young man or woman who couldn’t get a date now has an active social life. This can improve their grades as well. Look at from another perspective; communities that support music have produced for more celebrities then areas that don’t. The New England corridor, for example has produced more stars then areas with programs that take second stage. From American Idol contestants to successful self-promoting artist the track record speaks for itself. There are more recording studios, making it easy to publish professional songs. In northern mid-west states professional studios are far and few between. It only figures, the less musicians in the area the less money studios can make.
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Support Music in Your Community
Blessed are the families that live in communities that support music programs. Kids that pick up an instrument are less likely to get into mischief. This is true for sports, art and theater. For now we’ll concentrate music. When you kid picks up an instrument and becomes good at it, it builds confidence. It can change the way his or her piers perceives them, from being an outcast to becoming popular. The young man or woman who couldn’t get a date now has an active social life. This can improve their grades as well. Look at from another perspective; communities that support music have produced for more celebrities then areas that don’t. The New England corridor, for example has produced more stars then areas with programs that take second stage. From American Idol contestants to successful self-promoting artist the track record speaks for itself. There are more recording studios, making it easy to publish professional songs. In northern mid-west states professional studios are far and few between. It only figures, the less musicians in the area the less money studios can make.