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How to Play Piano Without Learning Music Theory 

Hey, friend! Are you wanting to learn how to play piano, but you're having trouble with reading music? No worries! Here are some tips on how to play piano without learning music theory.


  • Listen to the song you want to play and match the sounds up. For example, I taught myself how to play "He's A Pirate" from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" soundtrack. I listened to each note and lined it up on the piano by listening for the same sound. This takes some time, but it's a sure fire way of learning how to…
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The Top 10 Careers in the Music Business 

Hey, friend! Are you struggling trying to find out what career in music business you want? I found this great article from Berklee on the top 10 careers in the music business. I'm going to listen them below. Hope this helps!


1. Music Producer

2. Recording Engineer

3. Session Musician

4. Artist Manager

5. Tour Manager

6. Music Teacher

7. Booking Agent

8. Music Publicist

9. Composer

10. Music Arranger


If you'd like to dive deeper into these careers, check out the article from Berklee. 



Much Love, 


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4 Things to Remember When Your Passion for Music Wanes 

Hey, friend! I know sometimes it can be hard to keep the love for music alive, but I wanted to encourage you with these 4 things that you should remember. I hope this helps you. 

1. Music is a communal activity - Don't get me wrong. Music can be a private affair, but overall, it's meant to be shared by everyone. Music is the universal language of people - kind of like love, but not as deep.

2. Music can be healing - Maybe the reason why your passion for music is waning is because you're not allowing…

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How to Sing High Notes Like a Boss 

Hey, friend! Ever wondered how you can sing high notes effortlessly? I have some tips on how to sing high notes and sing them like a boss. First things first, however: If you are not a soprano, do NOT try to sing outside of your range. You will jack up your vocal chords. Okay? Okay. Let's get started.

The first way to sing high notes like a boss is to not even see them as "high notes." They're just notes. All you're doing is singing them. You're not reaching up to get them. They're just the same as singing…

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10 Quotes from Successful Musicians That Will Inspire You to Take Action 

Hey, friend! I know that pursuing a music career can be a challenge, so I wanted to encourage you with some quotes from some successful musicians. I hope they encourage you not to give up on your dreams!

  • “Music is powerful. As people listen to it, they can be affected. They respond.” - Ray Charles

  • “You have to, take a deep breath. and allow the music to flow through you. Revel in it, allow yourself to awe. When you play allow the music to break your heart with its beauty.”  -

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How to Warm Up Your Voice in 5 Minutes or Less 

Hey, friend! Warming up is such an important aspect to singing. It could be damaging to your voice if you don't do it. Here are some easy ways you can warm up in five minutes or less. Let's get into it.

1. Jump around and get your heart racing - No lie. This is a great way to warm up and wake up your voice. Your vocal chords are a muscle. When you get the heart racing and blood pumping, it helps loosen up your vocal muscles. 

2. Drink some tea or a warm beverage - The warmth from the tea or hot beverage…

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Feeling Stuck When It Comes to Songwriting? Here’s How to Fix That 

Hey, friend! TGIF, am I right? I'm so looking forward to the weekend. It's been a busy week. How was yours? Post in the comments one word that describes your week. I don't know about you, but I've been struggling with songwriting as of late. I started writing music when I was 10. I'm now 26. I've written dozens of songs, but I feel like I'm losing steam nowadays. Can you relate? In this blog post, let's take a look at some ideas to help with getting unstuck with songwriting. 

I think one of the best ways to…

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Why Forcing Yourself to Practice Every Day Is the Best Way to Grow Yourself Musically 

Hey, friend! Today, I want to talk about why it's so important to practice every day. It might seem very redundant and repetitive, but it's an important aspect of your music career. It's like building a house. Practicing and honing your craft is the foundation of your music career house. Everything else is built upon that. Below are some benefits of practicing daily.

  • Growth - This may seem like an obvious benefit, but it's true. When you practice daily, you grow as a musician. Your voice gets stronger…
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Warning! Doing These 4 Things Could Be Ruining Your Music Career 

Hey, friend! Some habits can be defined as effective and some can be defined as ineffective. If you're doing either of these 4 ineffective habits, you could be ruining your music career. Yikes! Let's get right to it.  

  • Smoking or Vaping - This is a BIG no-no if you're a singer. You are literally altering your vocal chords - and not in a good way. Please refrain from smoking cigarettes, cigars, pot, and whatever else is out there to smoke. You are killing your voice and ultimately, your career as a…
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3 Amazing Tips If You're Just Starting Your Music Career... And You're Broke 

Hey, friend! So, you want to start your career as a musician. You have the passion, the talent, and the resiliency to pursue your dreams. There's just one problem. You're broke. I get it. It's rough in these streets. But never fear! Peyton is here! And I have 3 great ways of starting out as a musician that cost little to no money. 

1. Research

This first one is crucial. Not doing it is like getting in your car and driving without a GPS when you know you have no idea where you're going. Research those that…

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How to Know if a Music Career is Right For You 

Hey, friend! Do you feel lost as to whether or not to pursue a music career? How do you know if it's for you? I have 3 easy ways to figure that out. 

1. You can't stop talking about music

Music is your passion. If you had to talk about one topic for the rest of your life, it would be music. You can't get enough of it. You love sharing with your friends and family new music that you've listened to, played, or wrote. You're obsessed!

2. People stop and stare when you play or sing

You give people a…

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