Today we chat with Logan Brown from The Brown Sound Podcast about what it means to be a full time working musician in 2019. Logan is a talented performer, teacher and the host of a fantastic podcast for musicians. He also has a musical project with his fiancé called Taylor Angus. Check out what Logan is up to and subscribe to his podcast here: Check out our 8 year old vocal student covering “Friends”! Great job Gaby! 🙂
This week we will learn about the importance of designing a business model as DIY musicians that will deliver results (grow your fan base, create super fans and monetize your music) and help you move away from “hope marketing” and towards having an actual strategy to grow your business. Brian Poillucci from is a musician, an audio engineer and a digital marketer who truly understands the business of direct-to-fan music marketing. In fact, his company aims to remove much of the learning curve associated with online music marketing and provide artists with a simple solution that incorporates all of the [More] Join me as I discuss how to get gigs with Jake Laughlin. In this episode you’ll learn how to get BETTER gigs and how to keep them by building strong relationships with talent buyers and venue owners. Jake is the author of the book “Get The Gig” and has worked as a talent buyer for many years. Learn more about Jake Laughlin by visiting
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Want more? Join us! To learn how to build your own website from scratch using my favourite platform watch this video: Every now and then I get asked whether or not an artist or musician still needs a website in this age of social media we find ourselves living in. I still strongly believe that anyone trying to grow an audience and do business online still needs to have a central location that they OWN to act as a hub for their online presence. In this video I explain why and give you some actionable advice to help you [More]