DeDe Burns, Director of Strategic Services at Royalty Exchange, is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. She’ll explain the role of Royalty Exchange and her everyday exploits in the industry. Click to stream live!
SiriusXM on air personality Lori Majewski is this week’s radio show guest. She’ll talk about how to turn your passion into a career. Plus, why is she co-hosting this year’s “I Want My ’80s” show? Click to stream live!
In this week’s Music Biz 101 recap, we speak about how YOU can make money from local shows. If you’re a DIY artist, you’ll want to read this and steal as many ideas as you can. Plus, an interview with Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, from Run DMC. Click!
Mark Goodman, original MTV VJ, explains on video why YOU need to attend “I Want My ’80s: The Best of MTV’s Ladies” concert fundraiser on Friday, April 6th. Click, watch the video, and buy your tickets. Do it, silly person. Do it!
Tonight’s radio show guests include Music Biz president James Donio and Dave Revels, band leader of The Persuasions. Tune in at 8pm to hear some inspiring words about Music Biz 2018 in Nashville and how a group survives after the loss of a member. Click!
In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, we give you feedback about Facebook and why you should care. There’s info about the social media habits of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School survivors. Plus an artist manager interview and more. Click!
In this episode, Alex Fletcher, the big boss man of Fletcher Artist Management, talks about the Classical music industry. How is a manager dealing with “classical” vocalists different from a manager who deals with “mainstream” artists? Are all Classical vocalists divas? Click and listen!
Colleen Theis, COO of The Orchard, visited William Paterson University’s Music Entertainment Industries program on March 20, 2018 as part of the Music Management Seminar Series. Click to read notes taken during the discussion.
Orchard COO Colleen Theis visits William Paterson University Tuesday, March 20, 2018 as part of the 2018 Music Management Seminar Series. Click to see where, what time, and how you can participate.
In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, we talk about troubles between ASCAP and one of its former songwriters. We delve into bankruptcies and financial difficulties. We give you a great podcast with Rob Fusari. And much more. Please click and be happy!
Last week, we saw bankruptcies and financial difficulties from iHeart Media, Third Man Records, Toys R Us, and Gibson Guitars. What can we learn from these companies for our personal careers and the artists we manage? Click!