5 Methods For Organizing A Socially-Distant Concert

While things like restaurants and beaches are beginning to slowly reopen in parts of the country, venues will remain shut for the foreseeable future. To compensate for this, now is. Continue reading

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Can You Perform Shows Safely During COVID-19?

Like it or not, parts of the United States are beginning to reopen, meaning opportunities for live gigs are once again beginning to crop up. As exciting as this may. Continue reading

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3 Things To Never Talk About On Stage or Your Live Stream

Authenticity and inhibition are often hallmarks of a great performer, but even when showing your ‘true self’ there are some things its better to leave out of your stage banter.. Continue reading

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5 Key Elements For Setting Up Your Own Stage For A Gig

Assuming you want your show to go well, having a properly set up stage is essential. Failure to do so can often lead to devastating (and oh-so preventable) mishaps. In. Continue reading

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Be Ready For Differences In On-Stage Sound At Bigger Venues

When your performance career starts to take off, there are a number of adjustments you’ll need to make, including adapting to playing larger venues. Here we look at how to. Continue reading

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Gig Quote Calculator For Bands, Artists

When working as an independent musician, there will inevitably be a good amount of tedious grunt work to do other than performing music. While we can’t get rid of all. Continue reading

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How To Book Your Band’s First Show

After posting advice on not acting like an amateur band, Simon Tam follows up with a post on booking your first show. If this is your first gig, check out. Continue reading

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How Flexible Pricing Can Help You Sell More Merch

Musicians sell merch at concerts, but at what price? Chris Robley thinks that the value of your merch changes from gig to gig. Performing live is about creating moments on. Continue reading

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What You Need BEFORE Leaving A Rehearsal Studio

Live shows are important and if done well, helps bands gain more fans. However, if your show bombs, people will be less likely to show up again for another performance.. Continue reading

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