Check the top ten tunes today, and you’ll see (hear) that sometimes there’s even talent in certain how-to-make-
Okay, let’s say you’re a singer/songwriter fronting a four-piece band whatever else you might think of (or call) yourselves, you are not just artists, but craftsmen (craftspeople?)
Frankly, it’s about your life, isn’t it? It comes down to the life you chose, and choose again every morning -- to be an artist, a rocker, a jazzer, a crooner, a folkie, a blueshound, whatever it is you are. And, being art and craft, it’s not only who you are, but what you do, too.
Whatever the genre and wherever you live, your music -- your new enterprise -- will face the same start-up woes as any other small business. And that means you and your extended family, however large or small, will have to cover as many of those bases and wear as many of those hats as possible. You have to do the promoting, get the gigs, keep the books, get the copyrights, write the letters and e-mails, make the demos, play the shows, build the buzz, tell the media that you are building a buzz, all of it.
So, you press on. There are a million things to do, but first things first. Take one step at a time. You can come back to the demos and the internet distribution and all that later -- and anyway, that lets me stretch what I have to say into a series.
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We provide marketing and promotional services to clients seeking exposure in the music business. We provide Independent Artist and labels with the means to service their records to industry insiders and potential new fans.