DIO's CRAIG GOLDY Discusses 'Destiny Bridge' Program; Video Available

DIO's Craig Goldy — who is currently touring with Welsh hard rock legends BUDGIE as a guest guitarist — was interviewed by The West Coast Music Shack when BUDGIE played Perth, Australia on November 11, 2009. Watch the chat below.

Goldy has amassed "an incredible knowledge of the inner workings of the record industry," from how to write hit songs, to creating hit bands and how to bypass the major traps and pitfalls that musicians fall into "trying" to make it big in the music industry. He has gathered all of this information into a program called "Destiny Bridge" and is making it available to the public at www.craiggoldy.com.

Craig says about "Destiny Bridge", "I have written hit songs, been in hit bands, tours and videos. Let me show you the 12 qualities that make a hit song and hit band a hit. Also I can show you the guaranteed method on how to develop your own style and become unique. Even if you don't want or think you need to deal with record companies and want to market yourself on the Internet, you still need to know how to write the kind of songs that capture the attention of hundreds of thousands to millions of people... and that's where I come in. Use my 20 years of experience of success and failure to your benefit."

Craig Goldy interviewed by The West Coast Music Shack (November 2009):

Destiny Bridge infomercial:


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