In this interview Billy Fields, VP of Artists & Label Relations at WEA, talks about working with WEA and becoming the “vinyl guy”. Click now to listen!
Want to be an artist manager? An entertainment lawyer? A musician who has the business savvy to be successful in the industry? John Simson has done it all. Join us as we interview the man of many talents who also helped form SoundExchange in its beginning stages!
The Manchester Music Business is taking more than just a hit from the Ariana Grande concert bombing and the 22 lives lost. Here’s how others are hurt by the attack.
In this informative podcast, Steve Robertson, aka Stevo, VP of A&R at Atlantic Records, speaks about his music industry journey, how he chooses artists to sign, and how hard artists need to work. Click!
Music Biz 101 & More sits down with Warner Chappell Singer/Songwriter Calynn Green for an inside look at the life of a Nashville Songwriter. Click to listen!
Bruce Pilato talks artist management, how he made it in the record industry, and his decisions and successes with bands such as Emerson Lake Palmer and ASIA.
Probably the biggest news of last week was Spotify and Universal agreeing to terms on a licensing deal, apparently one that is “long term.” What does this mean? Click.
Eric Van Wagner, audio instructor at Groove U in Columbus, Ohio, sat down for this interview to talk music and how to start a school from scratch. Listen to Music Biz student Jess Frank lead the way on this. Click.
Elyse Chamberlain is a talent scout for Atlantic Records, serving as a digital A&R for the label. In this podcast, she gives insight on A&R in today’s biz. Click!
Joe Rapolla is the head of the Music and Theater Arts departments at Monmouth University. Here, Joe talks about students who are interested in both music and theater, how he got his start in Marketing for major labels, his new projects and much more! Click!