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John Kakalas is an experienced classical guitarist/composer/lyricist from Thessaloniki, Greece.
John has always had a strong passion for music from a very young age. John took classical guitar lessons at the New Conservatory of Thessaloniki and the Center of Musical Studies at Kos Island.
John composed music for various public events (school theater, artistic projects, small live performances etc). He also composed, recorded and performed music for art galleries. In addition, John worked in Canada as a guitar teacher known as "The Guitar Guy". Today he works at Robinson Club and does musical compositions and small music live events.
In the last few years, John has started collaborating with the Tom Hess Music Corporation. He gets music career mentoring from Tom Hess and works with other musicians from all over the world in recording and releasing some of his latest compositions.
John's Musical Influences Include:
Vangelis, Yanni, Rolling Stones, Pavlos Sidiropoulos, Various Greek Musicians, Loreena Mckennitt, U2, Jason Mraz, Led Zeppelin, JJ Cale, Costas Cotsiolis, Paco De Lucia, Various Traditional Mediterranean Styles of Music, Celtic, Indian, Heavy Metal, etc.
How To Become Massively Successful In The Music Biz
Not sure what it requires to succeed in the music biz and turn it into your only source of income?
If you're like most musicians, you want to do things like: become a household name, get rid of your day job, find more gigs, join interesting and established musical projects, stop worrying about money...
Only a small amount of people would like to know what thinking styles, views and behaviors keep you from becoming the best person to do them! Without having this kind of awareness, it becomes very challenging to make it in this world.
The following are a few things to stay away from in order to make growing a music career feel less complicated:
1. Don't solicit music career success advice from those who didn't already succeed or can offer tons of proof that they have succeeded themselves.
2. Dont think that doing work in the music business is an inconsistent way to make a living. It's actually very dependable when you understand how to do it.
3. Don't attend university for a music degree unless it is % necessary for your unique music business goals.
4. Don't overlook the benefit of building a local following of fans along with developing a fanbase through social media.
5. Don't gamble on guesswork to guide how well you achieve your musical goals.
Growing a music career by yourself is the #1 way to add risk and doubt into your musical life. The far better idea is to work together with a music industry mentor.
What can someone like this do for you?
This gives you the specialized experience, education and guidance of somebody who has already reached anything you wanted to in this business. Having this person on your side gives you the ability to do what you want in your career without all the guesswork.
Getting help with a mentor helps you recognize specifically what you need to do, say and have to become the proper person in the music business for the greatest opportunities. This helps you stay motivated every step of the way until you succeed at the highest level of this industry.
Ready to start with an outstanding music career?