Here's a hypothetical for ya: Let's say a guy gets into the music business the old fashioned way. Elbow grease; blood, sweat and tears; working his way up the ladder one rung at a time. And let's say one of those rungs gets him a job making music for folks you might have heard of, like Coke, Converse and Volkswagen, just to name a few.

And then one day, that guy pops his head up and says, "Hey, I got some good advice for you." Would you take it?

It's at about this point you're starting to feel as though the only acceptable answer to that question is yes. We're fairly convincing when we want to be.

If that's the case, you're going to want to lay your digit on that mouse button and click this here link. Do it and you will be transported, through the magic of the Interwebs, to the land of knowledge and opportunity.

The music making professional to which we referred above is none other than Greg Savage. And, aside from having a rock star kinda name, he's spent the last howevermany years navigating the dog-eat-dog music business, finding buried treasure among the inspiration of his art.

Today marks the first day of the rest of Greg's new venture, DIY Music Biz Essentials. Through this virtual conduit of learning, he aims to open your noggin and pour in some indispensable knowledge. Things like social media and email marketing, music licensing dos and don'ts, and making connections (he hates the word networking).

And the price for these invaluable lessons? One. Million. Dollars.

Just kidding. It's totally free. All you need to do is step on over, sign up and learn. After that, it's to be hoped you'll just get rich and send Sessionville a case of Dom PĂ©rignon and a Shetland pony as a thanks for hipping you to this opporuntity (aww shucks, it was nothing really).