In this week’s Music Biz 101 Wrap Up, click on articles dealing with what Pink is doing differently to promote her new album, sexual harassment in country music, how management companies work, and more! Do it!
Traditionally, an artist promoting a new album would visit radio stations, doing interviews on the air and charming executives with stories, autographs, and photo ops. Pink is doing something different. Click!
Music business attorney Thomas Leavens explains what he thinks the most important aspect of the biz an artist manager needs to know. Click!
Adam Ritchie, The Lights Out guitarist and head of Adam Ritchie Brand Direction – this week’s Music Biz 101 & More guest. He’ll talk bands, brands & beer. Click!
The WP Music Biz program visited the Warner Music Group and Atlantic Records on Friday, Rocktober 20th. Click to see all of the images from the day.
From packaging beer & brands to musicians & depression, from cool news from the Warner Music Group to Billboard’s 40 Under 40, it’s your music biz wrap up.
Tour/Production Manager Melissa King, who’s worked with Weird Al and The Scorpions, explains what she thinks the most important aspect of the biz an artist manager needs to know. Click!
In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, you’ll learn about how you might have a shot at getting signed by Atlantic, how to make it in Asia, what you should do on Monday, Rocktober 16th, and much more. Click!
Erin Jacobson, who is The Music Industry Lawyer, talks in this podcast about band agreements, Spotify payments, interns & sexual harassment, and much more. Click!
Sean Striegel, Senior VP of Live Nation NY/NJ, comes in to talk about the local concert scene and how bands can get connected to agents. Click!