Aaron Van Duyne, Kiss and Dave Matthews Business Manager, gives us an exclusive look into music biz trends in the age of Covid 19. Click and listen!
Rob Light, Head of Music at CAA, speaks about signing artists, the ones that got away, what makes a great manager, and more! Don’t be a fool. Listen hard!
This episode, recorded on location in Nashville, features special guests singer/songwriter Josh Taerk & music business consultant Jerry Lembo. Guest host Matthew Kerr joins as we talk about life as an indie-artist. We also get to listen to Josh’s single “Learning To Let Go.” Click!
Special guest Matt Hunter speaks about the release of “Dicen,” his collaboration with Lele Pons, his path to success, and those that have helped him out in his career. Click to listen and learn all about this rising star.
In this episode, “Jeff Buckley – From Hallelujah To The Last Goodbye” author Dave Lory, who was also Buckley’s manager, talks about why he wrote the book, why you should care, what kind of artist manager he was, what kind of artist Jeff Buckley was, and more. Click!
In this episode, Journey’s Jonathan Cain speaks about the business around Journey and his other band, Bad English. He talks about bad merch deals, songwriting revenue, dealing with band members when the news isn’t so good, and more. Click!
Matthew Adell, Chief Digital Officer of Native Instruments talks about Sounds.com, his thoughts on music technology, the modern music producer, and more. Click and give a good, hard listen.
In this live episode recorded in Nashville at Music Biz 2018, entrepreneur and music manager (of Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Tori Kelly…) Scooter Braun speaks about the Manchester bombing, working hard, family and work life balance. And much more. Click and listen!
In this live podcast recorded in Nashville at Music Biz 2018, a panel of industry vets, including Zombies manager Cindy DaSilva, Dream Hotels VP Ronit Anand, SESAC’s Shannan Hatch, and Spotify’s John Butler, talks about why their jobs aren’t 9 to 5 and what they do that nobody thinks they do.
This episode, recorded on location in Nashville, features special guest Erin O. Anderson, the owner of Olivia Management based in Nashville, TN. She talks about what made her decided to quit her job at Amazon, why she doesn’t use a contract for her artists, and why she thinks education is important. Click!