Getting It Done: The Week In D.I.Y. & Indie Music

This week, we dish out tips and advice to indie artists on how DIY experimentation can contribute to music’s longevity, which holiday songs you can cover without paying a dime, some ideas for spicing up a lackluster merch table, and more!

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When To Reach Out For Help In Your Music Career

While the wonders of the modern age have certainly made it possible for independent artist to do everything on their own, actually doing so isn’t always the best idea, and. Continue reading

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Gifts Artists Should Offer Their Fans This Holiday Season

The holidays are right around the corner, and whether or not you celebrate them, it’s  a great time of year to show your fans just how much they mean to. Continue reading

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Melinda Caffin Exits Red Bull Records For Fat Possum

Independent label Fat Possum Records has appointed Melinda Caffin as COO. Based in New York, Caffin, who most recently served as CFO of Red Bull Records, will be tasked with. Continue reading

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Billboard + Bandsintown Tour Indexes Launch With Billie Eilish, Letterkenny Problems At #1

Just weeks after Bandsintown launched twenty-four Worldwide, US and City Live Music Charts, the top-ranked concert discovery platform has added the Billboard + Bandsintown Tour Index, four new weekly touring. Continue reading

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Please Tour Responsibly: Dealing With Chaos On The Road

Here industry veteran Stacy Wiseman dispenses some sage advice on how to expect the unexpected and keep the train on the rails while on tour, drawing from her considerable experience. Continue reading

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Live Nation Delivers Record Operating Income As Revenue Drops In Q3

Live Nation Entertainment has reported both record operating income and adjusted operating income for the third quarter of 2019.

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FRI. BRIEF: Live Nation Strong In Q3 • Pandora Struggles • Billboard + Bandsintown Charts • More

FRIDAY 11.1.19 Music Business News From Around The Web Updated continuously under the More News tab

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Soon It Will Cost More For Copyright Registration

Every few years, the U.S. Copyright Office does a detailed study on its fees in an attempt to determine whether they need adjusting. In their latest audit, the office decided. Continue reading

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Now More Than 1000 Musicians Are Boycotting Amazon

The number of musicians that have signed a “No Music for ICE” letter pledging a boycott of Amazon-sponsored festivals and other partnerships until the company ends support of human rights. Continue reading

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