Julia L. Rogers, music writer and business strategist delivers tips for artists that want to write their own compelling band bios.
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TuneCore Music Industry Study, Garth Brooks and Streaming Taylor Swift Music News, November 16, 2014
A survey conducted by TuneCore revealed what artists are expecting from the music industry in the future. And Garth Brooks talked about the challenges he… Read more »
Songwriter, composer and producer Christopher Tyng discusses the realities and challenges of the DIY movement and shares information about how artists can get involved with the Grow Music Project.
DJ, singer and songwriter Colette talks about how marketing and music promotion have changed for musicians in the past two decades and how independent artists can build a fan base and release music in the Digital Age.
Dave Grohl talked about success and artist independence at SXSW, technology leaders discussed skillful data management and digital music, and Matt Pincus explained why YouTube needs to work harder to pay artists and publishers.
An article highlighted how organizations and partnerships are helping DIY musicians, a blogger talked about major issues caused by digital music, and a fugitive Pirate Bay founder was arrested in Cambodia.
Google Music finally launched, music industry experts predicted the sale of EMI could provide a boost the indie/DIY community and 200 record labels left Spotify.
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.
Rich Bengloff, President of A2IM talks about the organization’s mission and some advice he has for DIY artists trying to build successful careers.
Mike More, founder and CEO of Headliner.fm talks about how his recommendation network works and where in the digital space he thinks artists should be focusing if they want to build successful careers.