In this episode, Marieke Bianchi, Vice President, Marketing & Strategic Partnerships at Warner Music Nashville, talks about working with artists and managers, the “sales” part of her job, and the importance of communication among all parties. Click!!
In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, we give you the 411 about how Patreon is making money for creators, Cardi B’s lawsuit, 21st century music industry jobs, and more. Please click. Huh?
This episode, recorded on location in Nashville, features special guests singer/songwriter Josh Taerk & music business consultant Jerry Lembo. Guest host Matthew Kerr joins as we talk about life as an indie-artist. We also get to listen to Josh’s single “Learning To Let Go.” Click!
Click to listen to a Nashville-based live episode of Music Biz 101 & More, featuring guests from Spotify, SESAC, Dream Hotels, and more!
Special guest Matt Hunter speaks about the release of “Dicen,” his collaboration with Lele Pons, his path to success, and those that have helped him out in his career. Click to listen and learn all about this rising star.
Rohit Anand, VP of Brand Activation at Dream Hotel Group, fills us in on what a hotel has to do with the music & entertainment industry. Click & stream!
Billboard Magazine officially announced its top 2018 music business programs on June 27th, and William Paterson’s undergraduate and MBA Music & Entertainment Industries programs received this national recognition. Click to read!
In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, a link to lots of 21st century music industry jobs, Ethiopia Habtemariam’s ascent at Motown, and more. Click and grow!
In this episode, “Jeff Buckley – From Hallelujah To The Last Goodbye” author Dave Lory, who was also Buckley’s manager, talks about why he wrote the book, why you should care, what kind of artist manager he was, what kind of artist Jeff Buckley was, and more. Click!
Click to read this article questioning the questions surrounding Spotify’s announcement to sign direct deals with artists and managers. It’s important, so give this a good once-over.