Gabe Roth the bass player, producer and founding member of Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings (and engineer for Amy Winehouse) discusses how he built his business.
music as a career
Sean O’Connell, founder of Creative Allies, talks about how the music industry has evolved for DIY artists and how musicians can seize creative opportunities that will help them build their careers.
Josh Rabinowitz, Senior Vice President/Director of Music for Grey Worldwide talks about his journey through the music and advertising industries and how artists can build solid careers in music.
Bob Knight, session drummer and founder of BEK Music Ltd talks about the evolution of his music career and some advice he has for artists that want to make it in the music industry.
Henry Rollins talks about why all artists need to embrace the internet to make it in the music industry and how the importance of image has transformed the artist-fan relationship and the live show.
Jeff Rabhan, chair of the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music talks about the value of a well-rounded music business education and shares some advice with aspiring artists and industry executives.
George White, General Manager of Billboard Digital talks about the history and future of internet music and what Billboard is doing to nurture the careers of emerging artists.
New York Musician and Producer JJ Appleton discusses his career- what has worked, what hasn’t and all of the strange events along the way.
Industry Veteran Tom Desavia – VP of Notable Music- discusses what the modern indie publishing business is like from his vantage point.