If you attended Music Biz 2017 in Nashville, you hopefully saw Spotify’s Troy Carter give a keynote interview. Whether you did or didn’t, we have video from it all. Click!
Streaming is everything now, at least for recorded music. Just ask The Weeknd. Wait, maybe Seger and Swift did. Click to read the details.
Our guests on this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show include artist manager Bruce Pilato and legendary drummer for ASIA and ELP, Carl Palmer. Click!
Here’s what’s going on, from The Weeknd to Brian Schechter to how to be a great music supervisor and more. Oh, you must click, so do it!
You’re in a band. You’ve been bequeathed some money from a member’s dad and another friend of the group. The money adds up to, oh, let’s say $15,000. They say, “Make an album, son.”
But should you?
Janeen Shaitelman, WFUV-FM Marketing and Promotions Director, talks about the role of public radio with music today, how bands can get airplay, how she connects her station to music festivals and concerts, and more. Click.
John Simson and Linda Bloss-Baum talk artist management and SoundExchange in this special two-guest edition of the Music Biz 101 & More radio show. Click to stream!
Brian Schechter, former My Chemical Romance manager and current manager of Palisades, talks about the rise of My Chem, why he was fired, why he doesn’t have contracts between himself and his artists, what he does as a manager, and much, much more. Click!
Here’s your Music Biz 101 & More radio show summer schedule, featuring guests from Pandora, the Warner Music Group, SoundExchange, SummerFest, and more! Click to see the entire list.
Why did Don Nottingham leave Straight No Chaser? How do the guys in the group make decisions? Click to listen to Don tell all on this week’s radio show! Or click inside to get to the podcast.