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.
In this episode, Terry Currier, owner of Portland, Oregon’s music retailer store called Music Millennium, talks about how he stays in business, the battle against Napster, the strength (and origins) or Record Store Day, and much more. Click and listen to get some music retail 101.
In this Music Biz 101 wrap up, we look into a Melanie Martinez fan’s conflicting feelings post-rape allegations. We see the Shazam deal and the SONGS/Kobalt publishing deal. And there’s much more. Click!
In this episode, Jay Van Dyke, formerly of The Lumineers, discusses his split with the band and the legalities of being in a band. His pal Henry Prol in new band, Head Cheerleader, also joins the discussion about making it as a band while juggling family and “real world” responsibilities. Give a listen, huh?
In this episode, Sean Striegel, VP of Live Nation in NYC, talks about promoting shows big and small, using Groupon, what promoters actually do, concert security, and more. You’ve got to listen so you can get that Promotion 101 info.
In this podcast, Ben Weinman of Dillinger Escape Plan and Giraffe Tongue Orchestra (he’s also the manager of Kimbra), talks about life on the road, self-managing his band, and more. You’ve got to click and listen!
Elena Lanza and Lucas Prata, two independent radio promotion veterans, are this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guests. Have questions? Tweet away! We’ll read them on the air (if they’re good!)
In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, we talk at length about the Entercom/CBS Radio merger, give you a good link to an interview with the dudes from Candyshop Management, and more. Click!
Jay Van Dyke, formerly of The Lumineers, is this week’s radio show guest. Jay and Henry Prol, both of Head Cheerleader, will talk music biz and wow you! Someone like you should click to stream it live!
Click and read an interesting feature about George Dassinger, a veteran rock music public relations dude. He talks about his career and new charity work. Did we say click? We’re asking again.