Having a music business manager isn’t critical to your success in the music business. It’s more important to harness “The Power of Effective Delegation.”
“Remember my name. Fame! I’m gonna live forever. I’m gonna learn how to fly. HIGH!” – Fame, the musical
It’s that time of the year to compile a list of music marketing trends and predictions for the new year. So get out your crystal ball, ouija board, or whatever you use to predict the future. Of course, educated guesses and common sense also work here This year I turned to some of my favorite people in the music world and asked them for their best advice on how independent artists should prepare for 2012
A music business internship in Los Angeles is a great way to start your career in the industry. It also gives you real-world experience and access to life-changing contacts. Here are 5 tips to win at the music business internship game
I’m in the middle of writing/presenting the first pilot run of my new program Fast Forward to Fame, that has 40 artists worldwide in attendance (from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, England & the US.) It is a 12-week program that addresses the independent music artist’s plight to claim their space in the overcrowded online global terrain called The New Music Business. We are on Module 3, The Fanbase Growth System, which shows how to
There’s an epidemic in the music industry right now. Three major stars are all having throat surgery within weeks of each other
Ming teams up with Nu-Disco outfit Infernal Devices for this melodic vocal – electro house classic.
Daniel Glass is my good friend, fellow drummer, and fellow Bosphorus artist. Daniel is a phenomenal jazz drummer and arguably the most important educator in the drumming community. To many, he is the premiere historian on the subject of drumming. As much as I enjoy chatting with him, the sheer quantity and depth of his knowledge can be incredibly intimidating. I really admire him on many levels and have a great respect for his work.
How can you make money in the music business? It’s a really big and difficult question. There is no one answer for that. The music business is a creative challenge for everyone involved…