musicindustry podcasts

#23 - Booking SXSW and Other Music Festivals

If you've ever wondered how to book SXSW and if it's even worth the trouble, money, and energy to get there, you...

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#24 - Every Musician Needs an Interband Agreement

It’s good to set realistic expectations over each other’s duties as well as having a plan on how money,...

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#25 - How to Get the Opening Slot for a Major Tour/Band

There are a few ways to make sure you get to open for a major artist in town. Today, we'll talk about the options...

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#26 - Return on Investment (ROI) on Merchandise

Have you ever stopped to calculate your true ROI on your band's merchandise, music, and products? Have you...

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#27 - Recording Studio Hacks with Victor Franca of Track Town Records

An interview with Victor Franca, one of the partners and lead engineer at Track Town Records in Eugene, OR. Resources...

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#28 - 28 Days of Music Business Hacks

A recap of where we are 28 days after launching this podcast, including some of the best ideas from the month and...

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#29 - When Should You Boost Facebook Posts?

With the ever-changing algorithm that is showing less and less of your content to your Facebook followers, it's...

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#30 - Hacks for Booking College Gigs

It's pretty well known that colleges are a great market for musicians to make some decent money. But how do you get...

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#33 - 5 Big Tips That Can Save Your Tour

There’s a lot of great advice out there about how to book a tour but I haven’t found many things about how to survive...

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#35 - Weekly Recap: Social Media Hacks for Bands

#34 – Lessons Learned from Writing 2,200 Songs and Touring 100k Miles with Gayle Skidmore: An interview with the...

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#36 - How to Book a Tour for Your Band, Step-by-Step

Today's episode provides an overview on one of the most important parts to your music career: touring. There's no...

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#37 - Managers, Publicists, Booking Agents, and Lawyers: What Do They Do and When Should You Hire Them?

As your music business grows, you'll need to consider expanding your team beyond just your core band members. The...

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#38 - How Artists Can Use the Scientific Method to Hack Their Careers

You might remember the Scientific Method from your high school days, but what you may not realize is that it can...

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#40 - Strategic Philanthropy and Your Music

What is strategic philanthropy and how can you use it in your music business? Today, we learn about creating...

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#41 - Interview: How Phillip Broussard Uses His Finance Background to Hack the Music Industry

In today's episode, we speak with Navy veteran, business maven, and John Mayer inspired blues-pop artist Phillip...

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#42 - Weekly Recap: Best Ideas to Get You On Shark Tank

What are the parallels between the music industry and the TV show shark tank? In this week's recap, we talk about the...

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#43 - Why Every Musician Should Have a Post-Show Game Plan

What is a post-show game plan and how can you use it to revolutionize your music career? Find out what all successes...

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#44 - How to Work a Crowd

Today, we talk about specific tactics on how you can better work a crowd. This includes modeling the flow of your set...

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#45 - The Parento Principle in Your Music Business

What is the pareto principle and how can you use it for your music career? Tune into today's episode to learn!

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#46 - How to Protect Your Music Through Copyright Registration & Copyright Myths

Protecting your music through copyright registration is one of the most important things that you can do for your...

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