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CM Radio - May 15, 2013 - Paper Lions, Jim Norris & More

Paper Lions, Jim Norris & More

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  • Call-in Number DisabledWelcome to the first-ever edition of Canadian Musician Radio! We’ll be broadcasting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST and delivering you the same kind of insightful, informative, and entertaining content you’ve come to expect from Canadian Musician magazine. In this episode, we have a CM Academy segment with Jim Norris, the publisher of Canadian Musician, sharing tips from his popular “Self Promotion 101” seminars. We also have some highlights from the May/June 2013 issue of CM, the scoop on some upcoming industry events, and some insight on current topics making waves in the music industry. Then, CM Catches Up With … PEI indie pop outfit Paper Lions, who’ve recently launched their own record imprint and co-founded an alternative music festival set to debut in their home city of Charlottetown this fall. Thanks for listening and stay tuned each week for much more!

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