As An Artist, Where Should I Be Investing My Limited Money?

As with any business, making it in music requires an investment of not only time and energy, but also money. Given how precious of a resource money is – particularly. Continue reading

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LIve Nation Reports Revenue Growth For 6th Straight Year

When Live Nation (then SFX) began the rollup of disparate and often warring independent promoters to form a concert promotion behemoth, many in the industry thought it was doomed to. Continue reading

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Time Management: A Musician’s Guide

In many ways, time is like money, meaning it's important to develop a system through which you manage and budget your time. This can be especially true for artists, so. Continue reading

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Facebook Ads On An Indie Budget

For indie artists with limited spending options, it's important that they get the most out of every advertising dollar spent. Here we look at how musicians can get concrete results from. Continue reading

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Getting A Publicist’s Attention: 3 Creative And Easy Ways

With so many bands and artists out there clamoring for attention, capturing the interest of a publicist becomes quite a challenge. Here are three creative techniques you can employ which will increase. Continue reading

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4 Ways You Could Be Damaging Your Band’s Reputation Without Realizing It

Reputation is everything for a new local band that is trying to gain connections and a following. No matter how big your town is, the music scene is always a small, tightly knit. Continue reading

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When Asked To Play For Free These Musicians Had Sharp Comebacks

From Let Me See Your Package, the blog of custom CD/DVD manufacturer United Manufacturing. Whether you’re a seasoned musician or a new one trying to jumpstart a career, I’m pretty. Continue reading

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5 Marketing Ideas for Your Band for Under $50

Marketing can be expensive, but it can also be cheap. If you’re on a budget, you may be wondering how to market your music in an effective way without spending. Continue reading

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What’s A Band’s Best Use Of $2000?

By Tyler Hayes, who runs the music discovery site Nxt Big Thing. What if a touring band were to come into an extra $2000, what should they spend the money. Continue reading

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