In this episode, Charity Lomax, former tour manager and production coordinator for the Eagles, Aerosmith, and Van Halen, talks about her job on the road, and much more. Click to listen!
Your weekly Music Industry social media wrap-up: from Jerry Seinfeld’s reinvention to Apple Music’s Invention, from Kobalt to Amish internships! You have to scroll through and read what catches your fancy. So click, human person! Click!
Jim Donio, president of the Music Business Association (formerly NARM), guests on this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show. We’ll talk about the future of music retail. Click to find out how to stream the show live!
Your favorite Professor Philp was asked by the father of a potential student why his son should consider choosing William Paterson University and its Music Biz programs. Click to read the response.
Here’s your weekly Music/Entertainment Industry social media wrap-up, with the all the basics of YouTube and money, a new Harry Fox competitor, info on the Beats streaming service, Enki Bello’s harp, Zach Matari & more. Click now!
Razor & Tie Publishing VP, Joanne Kelsey, who’s worked with the Kidz Bop brand and more, is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. Want to get a publishing deal? Still don’t really understand music publishing? Then listen to this. Click to find out how.
Here’s your weekly Music/Entertainment Industry social media wrap-up, with Parkwood Entertainment’s Lee Anne Callahan-Longo, the potential death of free Spotify, Empire, & more. Click Now!
Your WP Music Business Professors Marcone & Philp are scheduled to speak at upcoming conferences in Texas and Southern Jersey. The NJ Singer Songwriter Conference is open to the public, so you should go. Click for details.
Talent agent Adam Kornfeld, who’s worked with Billy Joel, Andrew Dice Clay, Metallica, and more is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. Want to get gigs? Want to know how talent agents book gigs for their artists? Then listen to this. Click to find out how.
Will the music business turn away from Freemium? If you’ve enjoyed free, ad-supported services like Spotify, that enjoyment is in danger. Click to read why.