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Host Bree Noble shares insights on how to create a sustainable career as a woman in the music business. This show includes two different episode formats, solo shows where Bree provides tips and tricks from her own knowledge and experience, and interviews with female musicians and industry pros. These interviews are inspirational and informational and help our audience get a different perspective on the business of music.
 
Known for her distinct wordplay and impeccable craftsmanship, Rapsody has been named one of the best female rappers of all time by XXL. Join Rapsody as she discusses her recent EP, Beauty and the Beast, and her appearance on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly. She’ll also take questions from Billboard editor Alex Gale and perform a few tracks. Beauty and the Beast and To Pimp a Butterfly are available on iTunes.
 
Guitar Goddess is devoted to incredible female guitar players from all over the world. We feature the latest news, interviews, concert dates and industry events about, and for, female guitarists from as far away as, the U.K. Japan, Sweden and Australia to Canada and the U.S. Here you’ll find female guitarists covering all music genres from folk, classical, jazz and bluegrass to rock and country. Guitar Goddess.com was launched in 1995 to honor the women who have the courage, determination, a ...
 
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Brianna Ruelas talks about her experience on American Ido, what happened afterward and what should we do differently. She also shares how she revitalized her career after becoming a mom and is really coming into her own now that she is in her 40s. Be inspired from this interview that it's never too late to pursue your music dreams.…
 
The Sisters kick things off with a roundtable discussion focusing on the do's and don'ts of rebranding. This episode's guests have a lot of experience in this arena, Terry Smith and Laura Rose from Riot Squad Media join the conversation to chat about their insights on the topic. As previous hosts of Punksylvania, they authentically and transparentl…
 
How do you know if you're doing the right things to move your career forward? Why do some marketing tactics work and some fall flat? This is a "pre-training to my Musician's Profit Path workshop - "How To Attract Your 1,000 True Fans Without Wasting Valuable Time & Money on Marketing That Doesn't Work". http://musiciansprofitpath.com…
 
A warning to our listeners: This episode’s content discusses disturbing topics covering sexual harassment, abuse, and emotional trauma that could be triggering. Listener discretion is advised. This episode covers the "darker side of punk rock." In an attempt to rally for others who have been in similar situations, the Sisters relive personal storie…
 
I am excited to be here with Stacey Bedford from Bandzoogle. It is one of my absolute favorite companies that help musicians. Stacey has been the CEO for a few years. I’m getting to talk to her, which I’m excited about. I’ve had many great relationships with Bandzoogle. Dave Cool, we’ve hung out together at conferences. I met Melanie in 2019. It’s …
 
Michelle Sabolchick Pettinato has had an incredibly successful career as a concert sound engineer for some of the biggest names in music including Gwen Stefani, Elvis Costello, Janet Jackson, Adam Lambert, Melissa Etheridge, Goo Goo Dolls, Kesha, Jewel, Styx, Mr Big, Indigo Girls, and many more. She is a Full Sail University Hall of Famer and Co-Fo…
 
This time of the year could be really crazy, busy and fun. This year, we don't really have that. The challenge with this year is not being able to do these things and we tend not to get in the spirit and it's easy to feel not-Christmassy. I have with me my Community Managers in the Female Indie Musician Community, Beth Matthew and Cayla Brooke. The…
 
Today, I'm talking with multi-faceted artist Cassandra Kubinski. She has been with us on the podcast in 2018 and was in our Profitable Musician Summit talking about crowdfunding. Today she talks about how collbas have helped her get more streams, new fans and opened new doors for her.
 
The Sisters kick things off with some best practices on how to launch your own startup. This episode’s guest provided many insights on this topic. Her impressive credits include successful business owner, YouTube star, podcast host, traveling model, award winning author, licensed esthetician, and more importantly, an authentic advocate for female e…
 
Over the years, I have become known for helping musicians become more focused, more productive, use time more wisely, deal with distractions and get rid of stuff that don't serve you. I love talking about this kind of stuff especially since the year is ending and we're looking forward to the new year. I have a very popular mini-course called "Get M…
 
This is the kind of subject that is not necessarily business-oriented but has so much impact on your business. Gratitude is so important to be able to approach business in a healthy way. You cannot avoid experiencing huge highs and huge lows in your business. Gratitude allows you to balance out the mistakes you learn with the great things that are …
 
Today, we're talking about Performance Anxiety or commonly known as Stage Fright. I've had a lot of people wanting me to discuss this particular topic. Although I've had some bad experiences onstage, I've never had stage fright from the beginning. I know there are a lot of you out there who have a lot of talents to share and a lot of things to say …
 
This episode focuses on marketing your music. We're going to talk about how you are going to find the perfect people, how you're going to connect with them using tools online and further that relationship, and how to use data to figure out ways to convert them into raving and paying fans to support your career. We're going to discuss a lot of infor…
 
This week, I'm bringing back in my two Community Managers from our free Facebook Group, the Female Indie Musician Community. What we will talk about is something that is so poignant right now because of the pandemic. We need to feel realigned with our purpose and our passion for our music career. With what I am doing for musicians, I wouldn't have …
 
I've been doing a lot of work lately on productivity and I'm really getting a lot more done in my business because I'm splitting my time. Working hard, taking care of my family and having a lot on my plate, I've really been working hard to make sure I get stuff done in each aspect of what I need to do. I've come across something lately that has rea…
 
I rarely talk about products on this podcast and today I am going to talk about UniqCube. It's a great product that can really be used by musicians offline or online and will make us stand-out. CEO Anna Sedleniece will talk about its benefits and how it has helped musicians stand out during their gigs. I heard about UniqCube from Wade Hutton on the…
 
My friend, Chris SD, from Sync Songwriter will talk all about sync licensing -- all the ins and outs, all you need to know, all the different ways you can get licensed, how you can build relationships in the business and how to get more of your music licensed. Be ready to get excited about sync placements just like how Chris is so passionate about …
 
The Sound Sisters are all about supporting music venues, and in honor of this episode's special guest they kick things off discussing their most memorable moments at Phoenix's infamous staple The Mason Jar, now known as The Rebel Lounge. Later, they brought in Arizona veteran concert promoter Stephen Chilton (owner of Psyko Steve Presents and The R…
 
Cristina Ibarra from Women's Audio Mission is going to share with us how they are getting women and girls more involved in the areas of creative technology, audio and STEM. Right now, less than 5% of the audio and music we have is created by women. WAM has been able to help over 2000 women per year to be involved in the Creative Audio Arts. They we…
 
We love to compare ourselves and the things we have with others. Feelings that we don't like what we have or what we achieved and we prefer what others have instead can be crippling. These thoughts can hold us back from fulfilling our purpose. We have to overcome this and it's not at all easy. In our free Facebook group, Female Indie Musicians Comm…
 
I'm glad to have Tara B back on the show. I met her in 2015 and she has been a partner in the Academy since then. She has her own courses and trainings. She knows a lot about booking and has always been scrappy and proactive. Since she has the same experience as everyone else this year, I know she will share a lot of insights when it comes to booki…
 
The Sisters kickstart the episode chatting about a ways they are adapting creatively in our current societal state. They share all the giggles because it was their first in-studio-socially-distancing-recording -session at the Sound Sister Studio since the COVID outbreak. Disclaimer: The Sound Sisters supports safe social distancing practices. They …
 
I did a similar episode back in 2015 and I've gotten a number of feedbacks from artists who were really glad they followed my advice and released their holiday CDs. I thought it was time to have an update about this in relation to the present time. Since we are in September, I want to give you 10 reasons why you should consider releasing an album, …
 
I'm excited to be recording this podcast in my new remote office in Maine. We currently have one desktop which I use for my podcast and my husband also uses to teach his students. Good thing he works in the evening. I also have to balance looking after my kids, especially my 11 year old. If you need help in planning and prioritizing things, you can…
 
The Sisters kick off the episode with a topic that is near and dear to their black hearts: Ways to support live music establishments through organizations such as the National Independent Venue Association. Later, they brought in drummer April "Schupe" Schupmann from Sniper 66, Threes Away, Crime Revenge, Lizzie Boredom, Fight Plan....and more. Muc…
 
Amy Barbera has been strategically connecting with people she has been submitting music to. And when she was winning competitions, she was utilizing that to get more publicity and bring her fans on board. I met Amy through the Women of Substance Podcast when she submitted her music. If you are interested to get on our show where we can promote you …
 
Motherhood was something central to my music career. I only started pursuing it after I had a 2-year old. I experienced a lot of what my guest, Rachel Mason, will talk about in regards to balancing a thriving music career and being a mom. I would love you to join our Female Musician Academy. The first step is to join my free masterclass on www.musi…
 
When I did this live stream in the Academy, many people said this is exactly what they needed. We're talking today about fear and how to learn to co-exist with your fear and use it to your advantage instead of avoiding it. If you're interested to get support around your music career, steps on how to build it, what stage you're in and what you need …
 
The sisters pick up this episode with an earlier song from The Last Gang. The foursome chat about her songwriting process, how the band is creating their newest album while social distancing, the ways they fiercely miss tour life, as well as touch on important issues like Indiana Jones and Del Taco's secret menu. Plus, they geek out hardcore on Dis…
 
Quarantining With a Ghost? It’s Scary! GRAVE SISTERS EPISODE FIVE: The creepy and kooky sister of the Sound Sisters’ podcast. For those who believe they’re locked down with spectral roommates, the pandemic has been less isolating than they bargained for. The sisters open the casket and discuss what's been happening to them while in quarantine. Late…
 
My friend, Michael Elsner, is passionate about teaching sync licensing to musicians to create that passive income and help make our businesses more stable. He will talk about the process he used and why this is the best time to do sync licensing. Michael has a free video series you can subscribe to before July 19th at femusician.com/michael Early o…
 
The sisters kick off this episode with an insightful round table discussion on various ways to help your community during the pandemic. Later, Last Gang's vocalist and guitarist Brenna Red joins in on the banter. The foursome chat about her songwriting process, how the band is creating their newest album while social distancing, the ways they fierc…
 
My guest for this podcast has truly inspired me and I learned so much more about her in today's interview. Some of you will definitely relate with her, especially since she has been in hiatus for many years. Cayla is one of our Community Managers for the Female Indie Musician Community which is our large free group on Facebook. We talk about why sh…
 
The Sisters kick off the episode with a pandemic conscious Round Table Discussion focusing on how they are giving back. Producer power couple Sarah Kelly and Michael Garcia join the conversation to talk about ways their organization, Punks 4 Change, is helping the community while practicing safe social distancing practices. They also dive into the …
 
The Sisters kick off this episode by paying respects to the #blacklivesmatter movement. They also discuss the importance of being vocal against the horrific racist events that are taking over America, and how crucial it is to promote unity. Later, they fall in virtual sisterly-love-at-first-sight with host/creator of She's a Punk podcast, Siobhan W…
 
On this episode, my friend, Kris Bradley, will talk about how she went from wanting to produce her own music at home to save money to now having a full-blown business for producing music as well as teaching other artists how to produce themselves from home with minimal gear and maximum results. We also talk about the free video series for you to le…
 
Side Door was created to match artists and hosts for house concerts and alternative venues. They've been called the Airbnb of concerts. I'm a huge fan of house concerts but we cannot do that in this era. What Side Door discovered is they can shift this to online concerts and allowed them to shift to an area they never really thought they could have…
 
My goal when I started this podcast in 2015 was to help female musicians become an entrepreneur. I did an upgrade to our Income Guide and you can grab that right on the front page of femusician.com. We are celebrating our 200th episode and I have decided to talk about money. I want to talk about the mindset side. I have learned that no matter how m…
 
GRAVE SISTERS EPISODE FOUR: The creepy and kooky sister of the Sound Sisters’ podcast. On this special Facebook live episode the sisters, Angela RoseRed, Drea Doll and Miss Kitty, discuss Jerome, AZ. Special thanks to our guests Jason Voss and Megan Hamrick for their testimonials. We as the Grave Sisters in no way claim to be professionals or exper…
 
On this episode the Sound Sisters provide an update on their personal/professional state throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and ways they are coping during #quarantinelife. During their Round Table Discussion they explore ways to "outdo yourself artistically" by shaking things up in the creatively. Later, textile artist Lori Herbst virtually chats a…
 
As part of the Embracing the New Music Economy series I have been doing, my friend, Fiona Flyte, talks about diversifying income on this episode, as well as discuss insights on how she uses content marketing and Youtube as a musician. We have the new and updated income guide, 15 Streams of Income to Tap Right Now. This is centered on all the things…
 
GRAVE SISTERS EPISODE III: The creepy and kooky sister of the Sound Sisters’ podcast. On this special Facebook live episode the sisters, Angela RoseRed, Gaby Kaos, Drea Doll and Miss Kitty, discuss the Phoenix Lights that occurred on March 13, 1997. Special thanks to our guests Bart Young and Kip Sudduth for their testimonials, and Sam Richards for…
 
In this episode, I am excited to feature some of my Academy students wherein they share their experiences on how they are becoming proactive in this situation and the results they are getting from it. Being Proactive is producing a result that you can control especially in an uncertain situation. It's important to be a proactive musician and proact…
 
Are you feeling out of control right now? Do you feel that you had your goals and plans and you know everything you have been doing and that suddenly, it's all been turned upside down? A lot of us feel that there is so much in our lives right now that we can't control, especially during the ongoing pandemic where we all have to stay at home. I want…
 
The Sound Sisters shred into Season 3 with a vengeance alongside their special guest Linh Le, bassist and all around badass of Fat Wreck Chords' Bad Cop / Bad Cop. The sisters kick off the episode with their roundtable topic "dealing with post tour depression" and finding that work/life/music balance. They bring in Linh to hear her perspective on t…
 
I have a new income guide that fits perfectly into the current situation of the music industry which is called 15 Streams of Income to Tap Right Now to Create Sustainable Revenue for Music. Be sure to go to femusician.com to get it. One of the multiple streams of income I talk about is related to session work that you can get online by having a hom…
 
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