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CAREER April 11, 2014

Bobby Broom Announces New Management, Booking Agency

Bobby Broom Announces New Management, Booking Agency

Jazz guitarist Bobby Broom announced today that he will be represented by Tiffany Ente of Musiq Haus Management, and that Joel Chriss of J. Chriss & Co. will be handling his bookings. “Glad to be aboard," Broom told his fans on Facebook yesterday. Musiq Haus represents some of the top artists in the Jazz industry. In ...

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CAREER April 5, 2014

How to License Your Work to Music Libraries

By Composer and Filmmaker Jennifer Kes Remington. So in my quest to throw multiple things against the wall and hope that money comes out of it, I’ve been licensing a lot of my music to library companies. I started doing this one July when I was between music gigs, and I thought, “Gee, Christmas is coming ...

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CAREER April 4, 2014

David Byrne and Friends Address Money, Art on His Relaunched Website

Back in February David Byrne relaunched his official website with an emphasis on new content and guest writers. Since then he's continued to address artist revenue topics in his now established role as public intellectual. In the process he's speculated on such topics as what a new Internet might look like and, over the weekend, how ...

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CAREER April 4, 2014

ASCAP, BMI and SOCAN Song Registration Gets Easier with Musicmark Collaboration

Three major performing rights organizations (PROs), ASCAP, BMI and SOCAN, are working together to make it possible for music publishers to submit songs to all three at once through their new MusicMark collaboration. Though the three PROs will continue to maintain separate operations and payout procedures, MusicMark is designed to unify information from all three about ...

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CAREER April 2, 2014

Travel with a Musical Instrument? Fill Out This Survey to Improve Domestic and Foreign Travel

The American Federation of Musicians (AFM) is gathering data for their efforts to improve travel conditions for musicians traveling with instruments both in the U.S. and internationally. They're asking all musicians, not just AFM members, to respond in order to address your experience with international travel certificates and “musical passport" programs as well as domestic travel ...

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CAREER March 27, 2014

What to Do when Your Album Leaks

By James Shotwell, Social Media Coordinator of the media distribution service Haulix. At Haulix, we dedicate the majority of our daily lives to making sure the music stored and distributed through our state-of-the-art servicing platform is as secure as it can possibly be. From the moment clients upload music to our servers their files are watermarked, ...

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CAREER March 25, 2014

10 Secrets of Social Media for Musicians

By Dave Kusek of online music business course New Artist Model. Today, social media is the cornerstone of your music career. It’s what lets you stay in touch with your fans and easily notify them with exciting news. With all the social media guides out there, you’d think no one remembers one of the key behavioral ...

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CAREER March 15, 2014

More Major Musicians Pursuing Creative Album Release Strategies

From the Nielsen Newswire. From Beck previewing his Morning Phase album for in-flight air travelers to hear via Gogo Inflight Internet before its formal release date to Bruce Springsteen streaming his recent Higher Hopes album more than a week before its release as a promotion for the TV show The Good Wife, there’s more to release ...

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CAREER March 11, 2014

No One Sets Out To Be A Smooth Jazz Musician

Look, I'm not going to lie to you. Nobody ever just woke up one morning and thought, “Of all the things possible in the vastness that is life, what I'd really like to do is play smooth jazz 250 nights a year." It just doesn't work that way. It's not something you can plan for—it's all ...

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CAREER March 7, 2014

Artist vs. Entrepreneur: The Diagnosis

If you missed Training #1 in the series, go and complete Starving Artists Syndrome here, first. If you would like to have ALL the training modules in this series delivered to you automatically-without it getting lost in the sauce, go get the full Modern Artists State of the Union: 2014, while it's still free. Many years ...

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