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How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams is the podcast version of Emily White's #1 Amazon best-selling book. White brings each chapter of the book to life with handpicked world-class guests including Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, Imogen Heap, Kam Franklin of The Suffers, Warped Tour Founder Kevin Lyman, legendary attorney Donald S. Passman, Patrick Sansone of Wilco, and more. Host, Author, and Creator Emily White has been the forefront of the modern music industry ...
 
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We did it! Host and Author Emily White truly feels we've covered the modern music industry, now including questions from you that we didn't cover in the episodes bringing to life the chapters from the book this podcast is based on. To wrap the season we're thrilled to cover the final audience question that has been posted to Emily: "Are NFT's good …
 
This is the second of three bonus episodes to wrap the first season of The How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams Podcast! Host and Author Emily White was a global tour manager from ages 20-23. The touring crew world is a family that White cherishes deeply but realized there aren't always formal resources with basic…
 
This podcast, and the book it's based on, is written for the perspective of the musician who writes, records, and performs live. However listener Brian D wrote to Emily and asked how he can move his career forward without being a songwriter. He said, "I am a drummer trying to get my name out there to bigger artists." And thus this bonus episode tit…
 
We did it! Host and Author Emily White truly feels we have covered all aspects of building a sustainable music career and collecting all revenue streams. We're forever grateful to you for listening! And we're not done yet! Both Emily and a listener had ideas for two additional episodes that cover "How to Be a Session Musician" and "How to be a Tour…
 
Amaechi Uzoigwe's resume / CV speaks for itself as Co-Manager of Run the Jewels, Co-Founder of Studio A, an investor, advocate, and more. But to host Emily White, he is pure inspiration as a human being. This is a candid conversation on Amaechi's career and rise to becoming one of the top managers and most respected minds in the industry. However h…
 
We did it! You now know how to build a sustainable music career and collect all revenue streams. However, help is always appreciated! In this episode Host Emily White interviews a longtime, yet very modern manager, Randy Nichols. Emily and Randy break down artist management and the ancillary team members that surround an artist. Important note!: *M…
 
This is the second episode where Host Emily White interviews a handpicked artist to discuss the concept of the book this podcast is based on, in particular Chapter 11 - Repeat & Grow! As we've *just* about covered the entire modern music industry, now it's on you to go back to Chapter 1 (Get Your Art Together) to begin the process again. This episo…
 
We did it! This podcast has now covered all steps in building a sustainable music career and collecting all revenue streams. Now what? At some point, you will feel your current project wrapping up. You know in your heart and soul when it's time to begin again. Although such a thought can feel daunting, know that you're going to get better at and le…
 
Today’s episode ensures you haven’t missed a single revenue stream we’ve discussed to-date! Host Emily White reviews all revenue streams you should be collecting on if you write, record / release, and play music live. If not, you’re missing out on money! To dig in deeper, Emily then interviews musician, educator, and activist Steff Reed. Reed has g…
 
Artist, Musician, Songwriter, and Entrepreneur Julia Nunes defines building a sustainable music career in many ways. One of which is her understanding of the importance of "merch," or merchandise, and the powerful connection it can create with fans. This episode shares best practices on what has worked for Julia on merch at shows, online, and beyon…
 
Kevin Lyman is The G.O.A.T. (greatest of all time) to host Emily White. Kevin is founder of The Vans' Warped Tour and is currently a professor at The University of Southern California. There are many big “names” in the music industry. But Emily has been fortunate to get to know Kevin and all that he does to mentor the next generation of musicians a…
 
Live streaming was a technology that existed prior to the pandemic. However, the space has since exploded with investment, giving artists new options and tools to connect with their fans. With in-person shows now returning, how can these new innovations create a hybrid model to reach even more fans who might not be able to attend traditional concer…
 
Host Emily White used to tour manage and this episode is the first of three that will cover live performances and touring. Guest Akin Aliu is a booking agent at CAA, or Creative Artists Agency - one of the largest talent agencies in the world. Emily and Akin break down how to book and promote shows, what a booking agent does and is looking for, as …
 
Melissa Garcia is a Founding Partner at Collective Entertainment and Host Emily White’s business partner. Melissa also serves as the Chief Marketing Officer of #iVoted Festival. In this episode Melissa and Emily cover FOMO or “fear of missing out” in the age of Instagram and what to do about it, how to announce your release effectively, social medi…
 
Part three of our distribution episodes explores digital distribution companies such as The Orchard, Redeye, and of course Symphonic which today’s guest Nick Gordon is the GM of in New York City. He additionally serves as Symphonic’s Chief Client Officer. Today we’re going to explore the inner workings of this form of distribution as well as the ph…
 
In the previous episode, Host Emily White discusses the importance of "direct to fan" distribution as the foundation of building a sustainable music career. The next step on a musician's journey is to distribute to "DSP's" or digital service providers - e.g. Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Deezer, etc. In the book this podcast is based on, Emily expla…
 
"Direct to fan" distribution is the foundation of building a sustainable music career. Technology companies are the most valuable entities in the world. Why? Because they have all of our data. Musicians and creators need to view themselves through this lens, instead of just giving their fans' data away to technology companies without knowing who is…
 
Lauren Ross is an incredibly talented sync pitching representative, music supervisor, musician, and more. She has managed St. Vincent, launched Kill Rock Stars' licensing division and founded Terrorbird Media's sync pitching department. In this episode, Host Emily White interviews Lauren, taking listeners through steps that put musicians in the bes…
 
Music publishing has brought fear and confusion to many songwriters over the years. And Host Emily White understands why! There are horror stories of songwriters signing their publishing rights away for a nominal advance in the 20th century, only for their catalog to go on to make millions. But first, what *is* music publishing? And how do you coll…
 
All songwriters need to sign up for a performing rights organization or "P.R.O." in their country. Unfortunately Host Emily White has met many songwriters who have been fearful to do so. She’s also met young songwriters who figured they would join a PRO when they're further along in their career. This episode is here to quell those fears and encour…
 
This episode covers Chapter 4 of the book this podcast is based on, "How to Record With or Without a Budget." Host Emily White does so by interviewing veteran musician, producer, photographer Patrick Sansone of Wilco and The Autumn Defense. Emily and Pat discuss his successful career through the lens of the book. While also sharing best practices f…
 
The next chapter in the book this podcast is based on is "How to Record With or Without a Budget." Host Emily White initially thought of Imogen Heap for this episode, as she is the first woman to win Best Engineered Album at The Grammys. However Emily realized she'd be remiss if the interview was limited to recording, and instead interviews Imogen …
 
Today's episode delves into every musician's favorite topic (hint: sarcasm) - business affairs. Business affairs is also known as the legalities and rights around the music you're creating, and is not limited to master recording ownership and songwriting splits. Host Emily White digs in to ensure you're collecting all revenue that's owed to you for…
 
Prior to recording, it's crucial to establish your marketing foundation as you can then authentically connect with fans to bring them on your journey. In short, this includes setting up your email list, text message club and ensuring your social media accounts are in place. No one knows this better than Ariel Hyatt of Cyber PR. Ariel's best-selling…
 
Host Emily White had the privilege of interviewing Bon Iver's Justin Vernon for her students at New York University's Clive Davis Institute prior to the pandemic. White realized this conversation perfectly brought to life Chapter 1 of How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams - Get Your Art Together. Bon Iver's managem…
 
Singer Songwriter only encompasses a small portion of who Sarah Marie Dillard is and what she does. She is also a music teacher and band leader for the band Sarah and The Underground and an advocate for all things art in her community. Sarah is an activist and a person who is so passionate about everything she does. She is a breath of fresh air and…
 
Zoë Keating is the only musician Host Emily White has ever met that does not need to read the book this podcast is based on. Zoë is an old and dear friend of Emily's, as they first met when Emily was tour managing Zoë and Imogen Heap in the Winter of 2006. Emily interviewed Zoë for the book's foreword which is available via an exclusive excerpt wit…
 
Welcome to How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams! Based on Emily White's #1 Amazon best-selling book of the same name, this debut episode gives you an overview of the book and this podcast series. Emily has never seen the modern music industry presented to artists in order - from creation to execution or recording …
 
In this episode I have a conversation with Chase McCall a musical theatre performer and past cruise ship entertainer. Chase tells some incredible stories of his adventures on the 20th anniversary tour of Rent and gives some great advice for those who are looking to follow in his footsteps. Chase encourages you to never give up in the pursuit of you…
 
Through a career of hard work and good fortune Dana Lamb-Schaubroeck has been able to accomplish many things in the world of music. She is a writer, producer, orchestrator, and music teacher. In this podcast we talk about the series of events that lead to her successes as well as ways that you can accomplish great things on your pursuit of a career…
 
During our first episode of Learning To Become I talk with Katie Terrell Ramos, the artist and author of the new children's book EGBDF The Musical Yak. During this episode we discuss acting on your ideas, the importance of networking and how you can, "just go for it!" Short excerpts from Katie's book are read throughout the first portion of the pod…
 
Welcome to Learning to Become, a podcast that explores careers in music outside of education. Host, Mindy Cook, interviews music professionals and learns of the journey they have taken to be where they are today. This introduction features quotes from several of the interviews that will be featured in the podcast during upcoming weeks. Music Profes…
 
Musician, author and software developer Chris Seth Jackson shares how his online gig booking service, BamDing, will help you build up your gig schedule while freeing you up to grow your kindie music business. Go to http://www.bamding.com/kindie for a special risk-free offer to begin booking gigs.저자 Jason Didner
 
Mista Cookie Jar has appeared on dozens of other kindie artists' records, co-produced videos and created bold new forms of family entertainment with his fellow community members he's come to know both online and in person. His work often inspires me to free myself to think more flexibly about how different genres can be combined to create unique li…
 
In this episode I address the issues and questions that were raised in conversation with Tor Hyams about the value of artist community, sharing some real-life success stories that come from involvement in artist community. I temper my support of community time with setting realistic expectations of what you will give your community of fellow artist…
 
Grammy-nominated producer and major festival promoter Tor Hyams offers you ways to take stock in your career in children's music, plan your path forward and evaluate what it might take for your music or media project to develop to a point where the biggest players in the industry like Disney, PBS or Nickelodeon might perceive real value to them in …
 
Live Music Producer Tom Jackson fine-tunes his stellar live performance advice to fit the needs of the kids-and-family music setting and shares how you can increase your revenue from live performance while also helping children around the world meet their basic needs. If you think your live show is pretty good, spend some time getting to know Tom's…
 
Steve Pullara, leader of the Cool Beans Band, offers kids-and-family artists some of his keys to credibility and longevity in the field; he's been entertaining families for over 30 years and now offers a folk album "Another Happy Sole" intended for the adults who grew up listening to him.저자 Jason Didner
 
Jeff Bogle from Out with the Kids, Huffington Post Parents, Cooper & Kid, PBS Kids and Red Tricycle shares his perspective on how artists can stand out and cut through the background noise of the hundreds of pitches he receives and become an interesting, newsworthy story he can write about. It takes more than describing your music to have a remarka…
 
In this episode I ask Mr. Billy (a.k.a. The Music Marketing Mind) about best practices for kids-and-family artists selling merchandise at their performances as part of earning a livelihood in children's music. Learn more about Billy's music marketing consulting services at http://www.musicmarketingmind.com…
 
Children's Music Network (http://www.cmnonline.org) Board Member Liz Buchanan talks about the work this organization does to connect children's musicians with teachers, parents, and each other. She also tells us all about the upcoming CMN conference, the very helpful workshops being offered and why everyone should bring their instruments to the con…
 
Highly accomplished kids-and-family music artist Suzi Shelton offers her best practices and benefits of giving monthly live, online performances to help fill the needs of busy families and give kids the kinds of special moments she herself remembers from her favorite TV show as a kid.저자 Jason Didner
 
Brooklyn, NY based children's musician "Miss Nina" Stone shares two main keys to her career success in children's music: her e-mail list and the weekly YouTube videos she makes for her new, existing and future fans. The way she uses e-mail and videos together, each helps the other grow.저자 Jason Didner
 
Joanie Leeds, creator of People Magazine's Best Children's Album of 2013, continues her dialogue with the children's entertainment community about the importance of knowing the worth of your performances and sticking to that belief when negotiating with talent buyers.저자 Jason Didner
 
Kindie Gut Check - I discuss a key trait that will help you weather the tough times that can fill you with doubt about your pursuit of kids and family music as a career. I also address listener comments about whether to label yourself kindie - or anything at all for that matter. I conclude by helping you prepare for adversity and develop or rejuven…
 
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