You are a music artist – a solo artist or band, you have now released an album of music. Now what? How are you going to release your music successfully today? Here are some tips...
Indie artists have to do it all – from writing their songs, practicing, performing, recording, booking, travel, publicity and promotion, not to mention all their own admin; it never seems to stop. Should you create a team to help you? Here is an 8-step guide to help move your career forward by finding the support you need.
Acoustic guitar is one of the most versatile instruments you can play. It’s perfect for anything from small gatherings around a campfire to..
How you design your musician website, how you organize the content, and the content itself are key to building a site that will convert potential fans, engage your current music fans, and impress music industry gatekeepers.
Improvisation began its roots in jazz, but today it’s done across all genres so it’s become a useful skill for musicians to keep in their arsenal, however, it’s a daunting task for some so there remains this one pressing question. How do we make improvisation less scary?
When you begin playing around town, either at open mics or showcase shows, you will quickly learn that you are far from the only singer-songwriter playing acoustic guitar and trying to get people to notice you. The only way to do that is to impress them with your performance. Here are the top 10 tips to improve your music performance so you can stick out from the crowd.
All musicians, regardless of experience level, need to have a strong stage persona. It doesn’t mean you need to paint your face and jump around the stage, but if you don’t make an impression on your audience, the entire performance will fall flat. Here are ten tips to improve your stage presence and knock your audience’s socks off at every performance.
The best performers transition seamlessly between songs and hold their audience’s attention every moment they’re on stage. Below are a few suggestions to help improve the flow of your set list and enhance your stage presence during transitions.