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For the first time, we’ve compiled a list highlighting The Top 40 Music Industry Social Media Influencers of 2015. Continue Reading
Recently I joined a number of colleagues at a showcase for a hot, up and coming band. I won’t say who it is, but the venue was packed with music industry executives. I can’t help but think about how many of those shows and showcases I’ve been to over the years. How many of those… Continue Reading
The music industry will never be the same. In 2000 NSYNC sold 2.4 million copies of their album “No Strings Attached” in the first week. Today, artists like Chance The Rapper are headlining festivals and selling out shows – all without the support of a major label. Succeeding in music without a label is possible, but… Continue Reading
On one side we have the queen DIY musician, Amanda Palmer. Ready to pounce from the other side, we have Taylor Swift, a global music superstar. Who has a better career? Taylor has unequivocally achieved more album sales, ticket sales, merchandise, etc. But who is happier? Who has a nicer life? To some artists, the idea of… Continue Reading
Wow! Where do I start? There are so many misconceptions in the music business (music business lies). That’s why I started this blog! I want to help artists and people looking to get into the industry sift through the crap and focus on what’s important. Lies in the music business. They come from everywhere. From your… Continue Reading
A music manager and music booking agency are two of the most important relationships an artist will have in their career. While a record label is vital in providing the resources needed to gain exposure and sell music, a manager and agent will be your partners – fighting for your interests at all times. I’ve been… Continue Reading
Many independent music artists have a burning desire to get a record deal. What does that mean? What happens when an artist signs with a record label? If you dream to one day be on the stage accepting a Grammy Award, or on the stage in front of 20,000 fans in an arena – that journey… Continue Reading