Over at David Hooper’s weblog, a debate: should you use your photo of yourself on your CD cover art? David says no, and I agree. This was something I debated each time I got ready to release a new CD. Dare I put my smiling mug on the cover? In the end, I always decided […]
The Future Of Music Coalition has put together a page of health insurance resources called HINT. In addition to tons of informative articles, HINT also includes a free phone service that allows musicians to speak one-on-one to an insurance expert to discuss options.
Last week I wrote about Howlin’ Hobbit and how he uses his unique talents to connect with his audience. This week, HH joins us for a quick interview about his experiences as a veteran busker. What do you think “typical” performing musicians can learn from buskers? How to take the pressure. How to think “audience […]
Years ago, Derek Sivers of CD Baby created a website called Marketing Your Music, and it remains one of my favorite bookmarks. I consider it a must-read for anyone try to “do something” with music. Why more people don’t know about this website, I’ll never know. Just a handful of my favorite posts: What has […]
Pandora has been building a buzz in indie music circles lately: Pandora is a music discovery service designed to help you find and enjoy music that you’ll love. It’s powered by the Music Genome Project, the most comprehensive analysis of music ever undertaken. Just tell us one of your favorite songs or artists and we’ll […]