Musicians! How to Get The Best Out Of Your Gigs
Being an emerging artist, you learn very quickly that success is dependent on how much you hustle. Networking with promoters, connecting with fans, and performing great shows are a lot of work. But how do you know if you are getting all you can get out of the hard work you put in?
Seasoned music promoter and manager, Paul Williamson, shares in this article all of the things that you can do to get the most out of your next show.
There are many aspects to make sure that a show a success. Promotion, although very important, can be often the most neglected aspect of a show. While it is up to the promoters to get the most buzz going, artist can leverage as much buzz by sending the message out on social media. Make sure you are utilizing different platforms to cast a wider net to a wider audience. Most of all, never stop networking and know that the hard work you put in will eventually pay off. To check out Paul Williamson's latest tips on making your next gig a success, check out his article on MusicThinkTank.com.
"So, you’re an emerging artist, trying to ‘cut your teeth’ on the circuit and make a name for yourself, just like the millions of artists that have tried (and mostly failed) before you. What you should be thinking is: how are you going to get the best out of your gigs? What is going to give you the best results for your hard work and determination? How are you going to give your band the best opportunity to succeed?"