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!!
Mike Mowery of Washington DC’s Outer Loop Management explains what he thinks the most important aspect of the biz an artist manager needs to know. Click and grow like a weed!
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.
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In this Music Biz 101 wrap up, we offer info about why Disney bought FOX, how Amanda Palmer’s business mind works, a great podcast, and more. Click!
In this episode, Ariel Hyatt of Cyber PR talks about how publicity has changed in the digital age, what DIY artists need to think as they try to create their social media “voice,” and how publicists can turn into artist managers. Click and listen for some PR 101.
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!
Matt Young, EVP at Warner Music Artist Services, explains what he thinks the most important aspect of the biz an artist manager needs to know. Click!