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The Project Music Accelerator Gives Music-Minded Entrepreneurs a Note-Worthy Education

The Tennessee-based boot camp program hits all the high notes for industry hopefuls and pulls strings to help them get started.
Song Suffragettes perform during the 2015 Project Music Startup Showcase at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. Source: Johnathan Jones

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You can’t build a game-changing music-technology company without understanding the intricacies of the industry and the specific concerns of artists and executives. (Witness

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