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News: How to Make New Money On Old Pop Songs
Posted on Sunday, May 15, 2011 @ 10:28:30 UTC
Topic: Promotions

Vocalist/guitarist Skip Haynes was one-third of the band Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah - three Chicago guys who, in 1971, had a big regional hit with a terrific song called "Lake Shore Drive." Haynes - now 63, and living in Los Angeles for the last 22 years - came up with a plan that is so offbeat, yet intuitively smart, that it could serve as a business model for hundreds, if not thousands, of other bands looking for new revenue opportunities. On his website, Haynes is offering to insert the name of anyone who loves "Lake Shore Drive" right into the song - four times. Complete Article





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