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Musician and songwriter Danny Barnes talks about his views on the state of the modern music industry and shares some advice for artists that want to become truly great at their craft.
A survey indicated that Apple’s new iTunes streaming service could add $75 million to the streaming market. Also, Facebook introduced a new Events subscribe button… Read more »
Chris Cooke explained why direct-to-fan platforms could be major sources of revenue in the music business, Rolling Stone described the positive impact of music festivals, and the MOG creator sued Beats for over $20 million.
Billboard honored female executives for their commitment to the creative community, Martin Atkins announced free workshops for indie musicians, and experts talked about how residency deals are contributing to a booming live music market.
Evan Lowenstein, co-founder and CEO of Stageit talks about creating engaging fan experiences, resilience and how artists can financially survive in the ever-changing musical landscape.
DJ, producer, remixer and record label owner MING talks about his experience in the music business and how artists can hone their craft, grow their fan bases and achieve balanced, long-lasting careers.
Evin Schwartz, CEO and co-founder of Campus Socialite Media talks about collaborative marketing and how musicians can improve their live shows and marketing strategies.
Matt Urmy, co-founder and CEO of Artist Growth talks about the challenges he has faced as a performing musician and how the Artist Growth platform can help artists build sustainable careers within the music industry.
Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother talks about performing live, and how adjusting your perspective can help you grow as an artist.