Creativity: Welcome the First Mistake, Because Then You’re Free

Whether you’re in a performance, in a writing session, in a recording session, booking a tour, or shooting a video, you’re going to make mistakes. Once you’ve accepted that fact, the only remaining stress is the anticipation of making that first mistake. via diymusician.cdbaby.com Mistakes are a necessary part of life, how do you learn… Read More Creativity: Welcome the First Mistake, Because Then You’re Free

How to Book a House Concert Tour: Advice from Singer/Songwriter Jon Troast

Singer-songwriter Jon Troast – whom critics have described as “a shaggy acoustic troubadour with a keen wit & soulful voice” and “the long-lost love child of Lyle Lovett and Jack Johnson” – has built an enthusiastic, supportive fan base for his music literally one home at a time. via diymusician.cdbaby.com Performing a House Concert is… Read More How to Book a House Concert Tour: Advice from Singer/Songwriter Jon Troast

6 Tips For Making The Most of Every Open Mic

<blockquote class=’posterous_medium_quote’>Open Mics can either be a huge waste of time or the &nbsp;most rewarding experience for a newcomer. &nbsp;That outcome is usually up to you. &nbsp;Below are some tips for making the most of your 3-song show; because in most cases, 3 songs are all you got!</blockquote> via grassrootsy.com Well said 🙂

Traffic for Facebook Artist Pages Plummets

Holy shit…everyone knew the removal of Facebook’s default page was gonna to cripple the marketing ability for brand pages and app companies like BandPage, but this is catastrophic. Worst of all, it means artists are going to feel the most pain. via onerpm.tumblr.com Yet another reason why having your own website and branching out your… Read More Traffic for Facebook Artist Pages Plummets