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>Let’s talk about the journey

There is a saying in the music industry that the breakout singer or band is really a 10 year over-night success. The process of buillding up a good brand is rarely quick. Local Open Mic is a good ‘brand’, having made the journey over a number of years and surviving a few periods of reinvention. We are a podcast that is best thought of as a radio show you might tune-in during your morning commute or as you return from a day at the office. >The journey from 1997 to 2019 We started out in the late 90’s under a different name, Global Public Radio, as an internet radio property - the term ‘podcast’ wouldn’t be coined for another seven years. Another incarnation of the idea came along under a new name , Musicians Voice, in the mid 2000’s. Fast forward to 2012, Local Open Mic made it’s first appearance as a site in support of musicians singing at ‘local open mic’ venues in the Seattle area of the United States.
>The undiscovered country of 2020 and beyond That brings us to the current reinvention and rebranding of Local Open Mic. It is a return to the a ‘radio interview’ format, producing fascinating interviews and open discussions about all manner of music, talent and gear.
ESTD 2012
© 2021 LocalOpenMic.com. All rights reserved.
local>open mic*

/About

>Let’s talk about the journey

There is a saying in the music industry that the breakout singer or band is really a 10 year over-night success. The process of buillding up a good brand is rarely quick. Local Open Mic is a good ‘brand’, having made the journey over a number of years and surviving a few periods of reinvention. We are a podcast that is best thought of as a radio show you might tune-in during your morning commute or as you return from a day at the office. >The journey from 1997 to 2019 We started out in the late 90’s under a different name, Global Public Radio, as an internet radio property - the term ‘podcast’ wouldn’t be coined for another seven years. Another incarnation of the idea came along under a new name , Musicians Voice, in the mid 2000’s. Fast forward to 2012, Local Open Mic made it’s first appearance as a site in support of musicians singing at ‘local open mic’ venues in the Seattle area of the United States.
>The undiscovered country of 2020 and beyond That brings us to the current reinvention and rebranding of Local Open Mic. It is a return to the a ‘radio interview’ format, producing fascinating interviews and open discussions about all manner of music, talent and gear.
ESTD 2012