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Sarah Kelly Music Mogul
Sarah Kelly career in the music industry is one that many would dream of. She’s been nominated for a Grammy two times and has sold over 350,000 albums. She’s spent over 10 years touring the world playing venue after venue to thousands upon thousands of fans. You could say she’s achieved a lot, but she didn’t stop there.
The Sarah Kelly Music School Dream
Sarah had a dream that she’s kept close to her for all those years she was performing and playing gigs. She wanted to open a music school, where she could train the next generation of singers and songwriters.
She also knew how important it is to have a mentor and connections to be successful in the music industry. In case you don’t know, musicians aren’t scoring huge record deals anymore (unless your Beyonce or Bruce Springsteen). So, you’ve got to think differently, you’ve got to brand yourself, and you’ve got to stand out from the crowd.
Sarah Kelly is leading the way, and proving opportunities to singers from all around the world.
On this Podcast Episode:
- We chat with Sarah Kelly about her musical journey
- Learn how she kept a dream alive (and how she still struggles with her dream)
- What it takes to be a successful musician these days
Check out Sarah Kelly’s Music School, and watch her perform some of her chart-topping tunes on YouTube.
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