We live in a digital world. A modern age where almost anything you desire is a
mouse-click away: even a career in entertainment.
Once, your typical garage band was confined to the garage and the occasional weekend gig at the local pub. A successful stand-up comedy career would seldom become a reality without a good dose of luck, and being in the right place at the right time.
Now MySpace is the right place, and any time can be the right time. Artists and bands such as Sandi Thom and My Chemical Romance have found success, at least at first, through this online world. All you have to do is set up an account and youâ€™re out there for the world to see.
Deakin student Jemma Bald (above) explores the scene and talks with Geelong comedian Stefan Popovic and Geelong band Intrepid.
For more on comedy and bands on MySpace see:
- Marketing for Musicians: 100 Places to Promote Your Music Online
- Using the Indie Social Community Websites to Promote Your Music
- Cancelled TV show goes to MySpace
- MySpace and Comedy
- MySpace Comedy
- MySpace Music
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