Talk about worlds funnily bumping into each other. When I began writing romance and women’s fiction, I never expected anyone from my former music biz life to crop up. Those circles seemed too disparate, no matter how hard I may have tried to bandage them together with my blog. Lo and behold, I discover that Megan Frampton, whom I first met when she was Editor at CMJ (College Music Journal) and I was lowly college radio promo girl, has long been hanging in this neck of the woods….
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Today’s RNRHS comes from indie rock music biz legend, Lori Blumenthal. Yes, Lori, I’m going to call you a legend and you can’t get out of it, even though you no longer work in music. Sorry. When I got my first music business job at Twin/Tone Records, Lori worked at I.R.S. Records and was one of the women that I really looked up to because she was so incredibly well-respected by everybody. I mean, everybody. Lori also happened to be really good friends with a guy named Steve…
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