Canadian country singer/songwriter, Marshall Dane was recently interviewed for Musicians Friend’s “The Hub” column. Marshall was asked about his recent success, and how he got to be profitable as a full-time musician: “I learned more songs. I watched other acts and how they talked—or didn’t talk—to their audience. I was offered a bigger show at a busy bar and gave them longer sets. I focused on singing in pitch and entertaining the crowd. I was 17…”
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