A Noble Approach to Music Publishing, PLUS A Very Metal Chat on Health, Music & Anvil

A Noble Approach to Music Publishing, PLUS A Very Metal Chat on Health, Music & Anvil

‘be noble’ Founder Brittni Noble on songwriting, music publishing & sync licensing. Plus, a lively chat with Kelly V & Anvil’s Steve “Lips” Kudlow about their personal stories & friendship

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First up this week, Mike chats with Brittni Noble, a professional songwriter and the founder of Canada’s newest boutique music publisher and sync licensing company, Be Noble. Brittni recounts her own experiences as a young songwriter working in the industry, what a good publisher should do for its artists, the pros and cons of major vs. boutique publishers, the licensing process for music in TV, and a bunch more.

Then Mike shares a unique and quite varied chat he had with Kelly V and Anvil’s Steve “Lips” Kudlow, who together host the “Rockn Token Talkn” show. Kelly shares her harrowing personal health story, which has made her a passionate advocate for others suffering from rare illnesses, and also how it led her to a friendship with Lips and life in Canada’s heavy metal music industry. Lips, a truly wonderful character as you’ll hear, also has some great stories about the cult classic documentary ‘Anvil! The Story of Anvil’ and his life in the music business.

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Mike  Raine

Mike Raine

Michael Raine is the Editor-in-Chief for Canadian Musician, Professional Sound, and other magazines. He’s a fan of long conversations about music and the music industry.

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