A superb interview with Sean Gilday and Rachel Hill, the co-owners of Blue Raven Entertainment, a booking agency with some promo and merch arms that is very successful with tribute bands.
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.
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.
Music Biz Going Back To Music Biz In 2018 That’s right! For a third consecutive year, William Paterson University’s Music Biz folks are going to the Music Biz 2018 in Nashville. You can go with us! Just sign up for the summer class called The Nashville Music Biz. We have […]
In this episode of the Music Biz 101 & More podcast, Don Nottingham, talks about his experience in an a capella group Straight No Chaser, discovered on Youtube by Atlantic Records, and examines the Middle Class of musicians. Click to listen!
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Eric Van Wagner, audio instructor at Groove U in Columbus, Ohio, sat down for this interview to talk music and how to start a school from scratch. Listen to Music Biz student Jess Frank lead the way on this. Click.
In this episode, our student co-host Joseph Pomarico brings on Jason Ross, CEO of Trusun Media Inc. and TSM Studio, to talk about starting his own recording studio, being an entrepreneur, and much more.
Deborah Newman is a digital music consultant and attorney. She talks about starting in college radio, life in the music industry as a woman in the 70’s and 80’s, and copyright. Click!