Indie Artists Moonlight Social on Kickstarter, DIY, & The New Music Industry

Up-and-coming Texas band Moonlight Social, has achieved a lot for a group that formed 10 months ago and has only released a single EP. They performed at SXSW selected by. Continue reading

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MTT Weekly Recap: Music As A Free Commodity

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Marq-Paul Larose: What You Need BEFORE Leaving the Rehearsal Studio Michael Shoup: Music as a Free Commodity MORE:

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MTT Weekly Recap: Spotiwhy? Are Subscription Music Services a Sustainable Business Model?

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Charles Alexander: Bring On The New Leena Sowambur: Reason #1 for The Fan Experience – A Take That Story  MORE:

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Reason #1 For The Fan Experience: A Take That Story

How important is the fan experience? Very – especially if you want to grow your fan base. On Music Think Tank, Leena Sowambur tells a story about the band, Take. Continue reading

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MTT Weekly Recap: The Right Mindframe For Acquiring Fans

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Cecili Simmons: Make Practice Perfect Rob Dix: Band merch 101: What to make, how to make it, how to sell it MORE:

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Why Artists Need More Than The Social Web To Obtain Sustainable Engagement

There is often a disconnect between artists with hundreds of thousands of fans and thier ability to sustain fan engagement. On Music Think Tank, oneof the blog's founders Bruce Warila. Continue reading

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2000 Things To Generate 20,000 Fans – Create A Monthly Fan Meetup

To continue his project on 2000 different things to generate 20,000 fans, Michael Brandvold recommends holding a fan meetup. It’s easy to set up through Meetup.com and you can connect. Continue reading

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2000 Things to Generate 20,000 – Give a Musical History Tour

On Music Think Tank, Michael Brandvold challenges you to do 2000 things to generate 20,000 fans. One thing he suggests: Give a musical history tour. View the single list of. Continue reading

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Why Musicians Should Partner With Nonprofits

Cause Marketing has existed for a while now and has been rapidly spreading throughout many U.S. businesses. Besides businesses, many celebrities and musicians have joined in on cause marketing and. Continue reading

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How Well Do You Know Your Fans?

Fans are crucial to a sustainable career in music. Jonathan Ostrow emphasizes that not all fans are equal. He breaks down fans into various categories ranging from the listener to. Continue reading

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