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COPYRIGHT 101: NEVER STOP LEARNING!

Nashville, TN-Musician, Songwriter, Producer, Jason Hollis wanted to talk about something that he’s learning more about almost on a daily basis, Copyrighting your songs.  “I grew up in the 80’s and in the 90’s when I recorded music and toured for a living full-time and I had no idea what publishing, copyrighting, muchless how to read a contract.  Well, I’ve learned a lot since then and I wanted to share my findings” says Jason Hollis.  First, when copyrighting your songs go to the Library Of Congress website: www.loc.gov from there click on US Copyright Office which will take you to www.copyright.gov.  Next, click on Register a copyright and then click on Performing Arts Music, Lyrics, Sound Recordings, Scripts, and Stage Plays.  Once on this page it gives you a list of catagories that generally are used under Performing Arts.  Recently, Jason and his songwriting partner went to go  copyright ten new songs; after calling and researching on the website; they found that the  first step to take is to copyright the songs themselves by choosing the option of Works of Performing Arts or PA as most industry folks like to call it.  Secondly, if you are recording a project or album to put out as a physical or digital format you’ll need to go back in to protect the copyright of the “Sound Recording.” “This was news to me! I had never fully understood this portion of the copyright laws.  As soon as I learned about this portion of the business as a songwriter I knew that I had to share my newfound knowledge with others.  I just really want to share my findings along the way so that others behind me can learn. I’m sure that there’s a lot more that I’ll learn going forward and I want to caution you all; I’ve been in the music industry most of my life and I’m still learning new things all the time!  So never stop learning and I hope this sheds some light on Copyrighting songs.  God bless you all.” said Jason Holls.

JEREMY MILLER “THIS IS JEREMY MILLER” ALBUM ARTWORK REVEALED & TRACK LISTING!

J-MILLER COVERNashville, TN-Tree Stand Entertainmentrecording artist, Jeremy Miller is set to release the long awaited debut release of “This is Jeremy Miller.”  The new project produced byJohn Willis of Willisoundz which has taken over a year to record features songs penned byJeremy Miller as well as some of Nashville’s most talented songwriters like Don Goodman, Leslie Winn Satcher, Craig Campbell, Doug McCormick, Josh Dunne, Wade Kirby, Monty Criswell, just to name a few.  This project has something for every country music lover rockers like “8 Seconds At A Time” “Devil’s Door” “Nails In The Coffin” to  ballads like “I’m Cool” “Falling Forward”, and one hilarious story on “Don’t Tell Your Wife.”  Jeremy Miller has put together a top notch album with attitude and honesty for the whole world to take notice that there is a new name in country music.

JEREMY MILLER GAVE IT ALL AT THE NIKI FEEZLE CF EXPLOSION OF HOPE CONCERT 2012!

Petersburg, OH-This past weekend on July 27th Jeremy Miller and his band hit the stage revving up the crowd to a frenzy at the 2nd Annual Niki Feezle CF Explosion of Hope Benefit Concert to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation for an amazing set of country classics and originals that will be on his upcoming release this fall lasting a little over an hour.  “The concert was everything I could ask for and more complete with a fireworks display.  I was so excited to see fans really getting into it and singing along on most of the songs.  I also want to personally thank Jeff Feezle and his staff for going above and beyond taking care of us,” says Jeremy Miller.  The money that the concerts raised over Friday and Saturday went directly to helping children and adults struggling with Cystic Fibrosis.

JEREMY MILLER LIVE IN CONCERT FRIDAY JULY 27TH AT THE 2ND ANNUAL NIKI FEEZLE CF EXPLOSION OF HOPE BENEFIT CONCERT!!

Petersburg, OH-This weekend Friday July 27th and Saturday July 28th is the 2nd Annual Niki Feezle CF Explosion of Hope Benefit Concert to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  This event is a reminder of the real-life,  threatening disease of Cystic Fibrosis as well as a celebration of life through music, entertainment, color guard, and fireworks each night.  The cost is only $25 for both days and every dollar spent on this amazing cause is going to the Niki Feezle Foundationwhich will benefit children and adults alike so that one day there will be a cure for this disease.