In this special two-hour episode, Grammy Award-winning songwriter/producer Rob Fusari talks about his biggest musical influences of the ’80s. From how Van Halen’s David Lee Roth influenced his work with Lady Gaga to the guitar riff in “Bootylicious,” the stories and lessons are fun, interesting and important. Click and listen!
If you didn’t know (or care), Taylor Swift’s new album, Reputation, is not available on streaming services, like Spotify and Apple Music. Instead, you need to buy physical product or download it. Why? Click to understand it all.
Alana Mulford, who works with Rick Springfield’s management company, explains what she thinks the most important aspect of the biz an artist manager needs to know. Click!
Brian Schechter, original manager of My Chemical Romance and current manager of Palisades, is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. Click to stream live!
Your Professor David Kirk Philp was requested to answer a number of questions for an article in BuzzFeed about Taylor Swift. Click to see the original Q&A!
John Boulos, music industry veteran and EVP of Roadrunner Promotion/Atlantic Records, will be the Resident Expert of the William Paterson University Music & Entertainment Industries for the 2017-2018 academic year. Click for more.
This week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show features James Stewart, the marketing director behind Tim McGraw’s hit “Humble And Kind.” Click to stream!
Southside Johnny manager Harvey Leeds talks about his years at Epic Records, how he got to manage Southside Johnny, contracts vs. handshakes, and more. Click! Presented by Managing Your Band: 6th Edition.
Katelyn Drozd, Director of Talent Acquisition at the Warner Music Group (WMG), is this week’s radio show guest. How does one get a job there? Click & stream live!
Katelyn Drozd, the Director of Talent Acquisition at Warner Music Group, is interviewed by Cory Ianuale, David Philp, and Dr. Steve Marcone for the Music Biz 101 & More Podcast on Brave New Radio. Click here to listen!