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Folksinger with a plan

DIGITAL DIRECTIVE: Terri Nicholson plans to beat the music industry at its own game
DIGITAL DIRECTIVE: Terri Nicholson plans to beat the music industry at its own game

SHE'S a folk singer, she's pregnant with her third child, and she has a plan. Terri Nicholson is planning to make musical history on November 22.

She's sending out a heads-up she hopes will reverberate around the world and challenge the music industry.

Terri, from The Channon, said, "I aim to prove, that as an independent singer/songwriter and work at home mum I can share my music internationally without needing to do a million gigs, or be signed with a record label".

To do so, she's following a proven strategy, based on internet marketing techniques.

On November 22 she'll have an exclusively online album launch. If 1000 people buy her $20 album Fall Into Feeling through Amazon.com, it'll rocket up the international music folk charts. It comes with a downloadable free gift to the total value of about $5000.

To be part of this, all you need to do is go to www.terrinicholsonmusic.com on the day.


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