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Good Reads for May

Every month, we'll do a round up of articles, news, and blog posts that made us think, laugh, and want to get up and take on the world!  If you're looking for a dose of inspiration, maybe something here will…Read more
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3 Steps To More Booking Success


As any indie artist who books their own shows knows, it’s often a tedious and confusing process.  It’s also a lot like speculative real estate...you are spending a lot of time researching and making contacts with venues.  Some might call…

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MAKING MUSIC YOUR CAREER

Do you have a day job? Most of you reading this yearn to do music full time. If you are doing other things for money, it's likely that you spend a lot of your day thinking about getting your music…Read more
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3 Awkward Moments to Avoid in Social Media

Of course you know there are etiquette rules when sitting down to a meal in a 4 star restaurant, but there are etiquette rules in the online world too.  Avoiding social faux pas as a musician online will keep your… Read more
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Professional vs. Aspiring | Which one are you?

  As an aspiring musician, there are a number of conditioned 'struggles' that come along with that title. Not having enough money, time to create, gigs, etc. Sometimes, we may even think those struggles can be charming, subconsciously welcoming the… Read more

Using Your Resources to Align with Abundance

What Are You Thirsty For? 


This was the fridge at Rubicon Artist Development, my studio and artist development space:

In hindsight, I have to wonder what I was thinking. I am thirsty for growth, success, and peak experience. This…

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3 Social MUSTS!

Social Media For Musicians: The 3 Bare Essentials 

 

Musicians and social media go together like PB+J, though it seems as though sometimes it’s a love/hate relationship.  There is always a new platform to sign up for, a new…

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