Monthly Archives: March 2015

You Become What You Hum

This week’s guest blogger is Carolyn Gage. She’s the author of twelve books and more than sixty-three plays, including musicals. The winner of numerous awards, her work is widely published and performed. ************************ Music is powerful. That’s why I like … Continue reading

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Eight tips for getting the gig

Over the years I’ve been on both sides of the booking game, as a performer and as a booker. It’s like a first date — you don’t have a lot of time to make a good first impression. Beyond being … Continue reading

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Musicians, make your video count

Your cousin taped you at your latest gig. Time to slap it up on YouTube and wait for the gig offers to roll in, right? Maybe. Take a good look at that video and make sure someone besides your mama … Continue reading

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