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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Musicians Paleo and Podington Bear | NPR : Recording a Song a Day, Every Day

NPR : Recording a Song a Day, Every Day

Morning Edition, April 19, 2007 · CD sales declined 20 percent in the first three months of this year. At the same time, more and more musicians are taking the do-it-yourself approach — some to prolific extremes.

Last Sunday, the singer-songwriter Paleo finished a marathon project. Every day for a year, he wrote, recorded and posted a song on his Web site. He hasn't been writing songs in his bedroom, either. During the last year, Paleo drove more than 50,000 miles and played more than 200 concerts. Along the way, he wrote the lyrics and played his guitar — in his van, backstage, whenever he could find a moment. (more at top link)

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