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Final Set of Inspirational Articles for Young People in the Music Industry Released

Young Guns Network (YGN), have added five more articles to their commission mission series – aiming to inspire, educate and interest young people aged 18-30 in music.

Published: 28 July 2020 | 12:00 AM Updated: 28 April 2021 | 4:31 PM
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YGN is a professional network produced by and for young people in the music industry. Photo credit: Shutterstock

These blogs are the final five in a series has come about as part of YGN’s commission mission.

The commission mission has seen YGN fund the writing of a number of articles by experienced and novice writers, on topics that will serve those looking to develop careers in music and as independent artists.

We’ve been promoting YGN’s articles through news stories – read the list of the first ten that they published, and the list of the following five.

The final five in the series are:

The project was created in collaboration with in collaboration with London In Stereo. And as partners of YGN we gave this project support, alongside Small Green Shoots, Association of Independent Music (AIM) and Youth Music.

YGN is a professional network produced by and for young people in the music industry, visit their website for further advice and to browse their calender of regular events.

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