Christopher Tyng, songwriter, composer, producer and the Founder of the Grow Music Project discusses his career as a composer and shares some tips for artists that want to get their music placed in film and television.
music as a career
Brian Shafton, co-founder of RBC Record Label Services talks about how new and emerging independent artists can build solid careers in the music business and offers some examples of artists that are successfully building their brands and businesses.
Dr. Arkady Lipnitsky, DC, a specialist in the physical rehabilitation of musicians, athletes and dancers talks about common musician injuries and conditions and how to treat and prevent them in order to build a long-lasting career in music.
Entertainment lawyer Jeff Biederman talks about how musicians can successfully set up careers in the current climate, the modern record deal and why artists need to diversify their marketing strategies and their work.
Jacob Slichter of the band Semisonic talks about being in a successful touring and recording band, why he was inspired to write a book on the music industry and how the music business has changed in the past 20 years.
Musician and writer Matt Fanale talks about building a fan base in a niche market and the importance of tenacity and creating a flexible marketing plan in the current music industry.
A discussion of different marketing tools and strategies that are valuable to musicians, success in the music industry and how artists can strengthen their revenue streams.
Singer, songwriter and producer Chris Wallace talks about the important lessons he has learned from the music business and shares some words of wisdom with emerging artists about building a sustainable career.
Candace Avery, co-Founder of Unsigned Only talks about what qualities an artist needs to get noticed by international music competition judges and shares some advice for musicians that want to succeed in the modern music industry.
CPA and business manager Jonas Goldstein talks about the many important roles of a business manager and how bands can organize the fine points of running their own businesses on a modest budget.