How To Win Over A Lame Crowd: A Musician’s Guide

The lame crowd is an inevitability for any performing artists, and while an unreceptive crowd can be more than a little discouraging, there are a few ways to deal this. Continue reading

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A Beginner’s Guide To Making Your Live Stage Performance Unforgettable

While many DIY artists trying to take their career to the next level focus on their online persona or their creative output, many neglect what is an essential element of. Continue reading

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Playing Profitable Shows as a Band: The 25% Rule

Touring is an important aspect for bands. Since it can be costly, David Roberts has posted a profitable tour itinerary template for indie bands to use. He also talks about. Continue reading

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How To Book A Tour: Unconventional Advice

When booking a tour, there are various challenges that can come up. On Music Think Tank, Simon Tam posts about potential pitfalls in booking. What problems have you faced when. Continue reading

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How To Sound Better Live

At the SXSW keynote, Bruce Springsteen advised young musicians to “learn how to bring it live”. On Music Think Tank , Daren Smith gives advice on how to sound better. Continue reading

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Are You Charging Too Little For Your Live Shows?

Five bucks – that’s how much shows cost in the past and for some shows now. Scott Honsberger thinks charging $5 for a show is a bad idea for musicians.. Continue reading

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How to Book Your Band’s Tour, Step-by-Step

Are you or your band looking to go on tour? You’re going to need someone to book your tour or you can do it yourself. On Music Think Tank, Simon. Continue reading

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Live Performances Should Be Like Church

On Music Think Tank, Matthew Ebel gives some principles that artists should follow for every live performance. In his opinion, live performances should be like church performances where the experience. Continue reading

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