Sound: The 11 Elements of Effective Restaurant Music

Every restaurant has slightly different needs when it comes to their music solution. That said, no matter what types of music you want to play or what your budget may be, there are some important elements to look for if you want to get the most out of your restaurant...
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Interview: Sharon Isbin

Sharon Isbin is truly a one-of-a-kind talent. The first female classical guitarist to win a Grammy and the founder and director of the guitar department at Juilliard, Isbin’s career is as impressive as her fingers flying across her guitar strings. I recently had the...
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Sight: 4-Point Checklist for Successful Retail Digital Signage

Technology is a funny thing in the retail world. Thanks to technology, online shopping continues to increase and foot traffic gradually decreases as we point and click deeper into the ocean of the digital age. But as we’re beginning to learn, technology is also one of...
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Customer Experience: Creating a Memorable Experience

Trends show shoppers want more than a final sale. Shoppers want an experience. A warm greeting. A welcoming environment. Perhaps a memorable moment. We want to be part of the story. We don’t just want to shop for a guitar. We want the FEELING that goes with it. We...

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Customer Experience: The State of Brick & Mortar 2017

We surveyed more than 11,000 consumers in nine countries across the globe to better understand the evolution of in-store Customer Experience. More specifically, we wanted to better understand why consumers might choose brick & mortar over online, what they most...

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Interview: Sharon Isbin

Sharon Isbin is truly a one-of-a-kind talent. The first female classical guitarist to win a Grammy and the founder and director of the guitar department at Juilliard, Isbin’s career is as impressive as her fingers flying across her guitar strings. I recently had the...

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Concert Recap: Chris Isaak at the Paramount Theatre

Some artists play their music in concert just like you hear it on the recordings. Others change the songs to include something unique and memorable, such as longer solos and changes in the words or the rhythms. And I can appreciate those musicians and enjoy their...

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Sessions: ​Cody Simpson and The Tide

You may remember Cody Simpson as the young Australian pop singer, known for the singles “iYiYi” with Flo Rida (2010) and “Pretty Brown Eyes” (2013). Over the last few years, Cody’s songwriting has transformed from teen pop to a cool, beachy-soulful sound, reflective...

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Concert Recap: A R I Z O N A at the Holocene

I unfortunately missed my chance to see A R I Z O N A at their sold out show in San Diego, so when I saw they were going on tour again I jumped at the opportunity. Tickets went extremely fast for their limited tour, but I was lucky enough to snatch up tickets to their...

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Concert Recap: Summer Festivals in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is home to some of the nation’s best cultural experiences, and music festivals certainly fit into that category. This summer I had the opportunity to experience two festivals running concurrently, the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and the Serenade!...

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