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The Highway Girl Presents @SXSW 2010 Prepare yourself for the madness that is SXSW by enjoying a glass of wine and listening to some incredible storytellers play live music!

We have two tickets up for grabs to our PRIVATE event. If you’d like a chance to win and hear live sets from Rob Giles, Rosi Golan, Samantha is The Highway Girl and more, send us an email with ‘SXSW Party’ in the subject line to enter.

Winner will be notified by email no later than 3/10/10. In honor of our new partnership with Roku, we will be giving away a Roku box at our party!

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Featured Artists:

  • Rob Giles
  • Rosi Golan
  • Samantha Murphy
  • More Artists!


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Samantha Murphy is back from CES 2010! This is her fourth year performing/speaking/reporting on behalf of the CEA.

This year’s CES was truly the best ever! Apart from the fact that the Consumer Electronics Association reported it was their biggest show ever, there was just an energy in the air that was palpable.

There was a really positive vibe among not only the electronics companies, but consumers as well. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Skype CEO Josh Silverman speak at the Leaders in Technology Dinner where I sang the National Anthem.

I was also able to find time to shoot a couple of really important interviews for The Highway Girl coming soon! An amazing time was had at CES 2010!

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Do Geeks Rock? Yes!Every once in awhile a cool event comes along and we wanna be involved! That’s why for the second year we’re proud to be media sponsors of Silicon Valley Rocks. Benefiting Music in Schools Today (MuST), SV Rocks is 7 bands comprised of at least one exec from the tech community.

Tech professionals by day, rockers by night – on December 9 at the Great American Music Hall, they’ll pick up their instruments and venture onto the big stage to let their alter egos shine… for a good cause and the love of music.

Silicon Valley Rocks 2009 will bring together the Valley’s tech community – from VCs and entrepreneurs to bloggers and software developers – to raise money for Music in Schools Today (MuST), a Bay Area non-profit that seeks to rescue music programs from budget cuts.

The second annual showcase will once again feature Silicon Valley bands and original rockers who will entertain and amuse your entire social graph.  Friends of the Highway Girl can save $5 off tickets at all pricing levels by clicking here.

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Cameron McGill & What Army live at Albums on the Hill in Boulder, Colorado. You can stream more of Cameron’s music (for free) over on TheHighwayGirl.com!

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Last.fm Launches Four HD Radio Stations: Just a few hours ago, Last.fm Discovers launched in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago. The social music experiment has gone to another level. [Mashable]

How much is a fan worth?: How much should an artist be willing to sacrifice (or spend) today to acquire fans? And how many fans are needed to be able to make a living as a musician? These aren’t easy questions to answer, but I want to try anyway. Or at least start. [Music Think Tank]

Australian Indies Rally Against MySpace: The dispute is part of one that has been going on globally since the launch of MySpace Music in the U.S. Led by trade group Merlin, some indie labels have chosen to boycott the service until they get a deal closer to the one negotiated by the majors which include a combined 40% equity stake. [HypeBot]

Copyright Infringement Insurance Policies for Songwriters: There’s a reason why most who are just entering the industry don’t know about this insurance option: it has always been unaffordable for the majority of songwriters. Until now…  [Artist House Music]

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The one of a kind Paul Doucette performs live from The Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado.

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