In this episode, independent radio promoters Lucas Prata and Elena Lanza speak about how DIY bands can potentially get their songs on the radio, the importance of hard work, and more. You’ve got to click and listen!
In this podcast, John Boulos, Executive VP of Promotion for Atlantic Records, talks about how songs get added to radio, payola, and more. You’ve got to click and listen!
In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, we focus on marketing to Generation Z. Know anything about them? Well, you will now. Plus, an interview with John Boulos of Atlantic Records and a link to an amazing Quincy Jones interview. Click, mmmkay?
Expert witness and music business attorney Michael Harrington is this week’s radio show guest. We’ll discuss Net Neutrality, his role in the recent Public Domain case of “We Shall Overcome,” and more! Click!!
John Boulos, VP of Promotion for Atlantic Records, is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. How do songs get on the radio? How does a label decide its priorities? It’s all here, so click to hear it live!
This week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up includes sales techniques you can use for your career, an interesting thought on the 2018 Grammy awards, and more. Just click!
Ariel Hyatt, of Cyber PR and author of “Social Media Tuneup,” is this week’s radio show guest. She’ll talk about how bands can break through the clutter to improve their chances of success. Click to stream (this repeat) live!
Ben Weinman, guitarist & band leader of Dillinger Escape Plan, head of indie label Party Smasher, Inc. and Kimbra manager, is this week’s radio show guest! Click to listen live.
In this final Music Biz 101 Wrap Up of 2017, we look into whether Christmas music helps or hurts business, the Russian Rap music scene, how a 90 year old author gets her energy, and we get some tips from Muse Tour Manager Dom Anderson. Click!!
In this episode, Adam Ritchie, of Adam Ritchie Branding, talks about marketing your band and making connections. In this case, he explains how he connected his band, The Lights Out, with a local brewery, to create a cool promotion that sold both beer and music.