A few weeks ago, I asked a simple question to the nearly 1,500 musicians who subscribe to my email list: What is your biggest challenge
If you’re a musician, moving to a new city is tough. Assuming you want to actually land some gigs in your new city, you’ll need to get to know the musicians around there. While it can take years to really break into the scene, you can give yourself a huge head start by planning the move properly and doing some legwork ahead of time. A few months ago a horn player emailed me about moving to Philly and did everything exactly right. In fact, within a few days of being in Philadelphia, he landed his first gig as a result of his efforts. In this post, I’m going to show you the email and break down what exactly made his approach successful.
Well everyone, it’s officially gig season. We’re currently in the wonderful time of year where gigs seem to be raining down from the sky on
It all starts when you finally receive an email from someone you’ve always wanted to work with inviting you to play a gig. YES! Every
How to market a self-published book from scratch (everything I did to launch at #1 in three Amazon categories)
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably thinking about writing a book or have already written one and have no idea how to market it.
What is a musicpreneur? Well, according to today's guest, it's someone who is engaged in act of making money while making music. James Newcomb is
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- Three Common Networking Challenges for Musicians and How to Overcome Them
- Musicians: This is the right way to move to a new city
- Three strategies to make the most of gig season
- How to turn one gig into many gigs (plus an email script you can copy)
- How to market a self-published book from scratch (everything I did to launch at #1 in three Amazon categories)