Greg Wilnau

MGT115: 5-Phase Plan For Making Money At Every Gig You Play – Greg Wilnau

Greg Wilnau, the founder of Musician Monster, shares how he found “the only reason” he was not making money with his band, and the five-phase plan he created as the result, which allowed him to earn income at every single gig he was playing.

Playing

Booking More Gigs by Getting Creative with Nontraditional Venues

If your band is going on tour, chances are there are a lot of people you will need to get in contact with, especially if you’re booking the shows yourself.

Jamie New Johnson

MGT114: Finding Or Becoming An Artist Manager – Jamie New Johnson (SmartistU)

Jamie New Johnson from SmartistU explains what artist managers do, lists the skills good managers must have these days, outlines a typical management deal structure, and gives tips for managers on finding great talent, as well as for artists on finding great managers.

Tom Sarig

MGT113: The Rediscovered Power Of An Indie Label – Tom Sarig (AntiFragile Music)

Tom Sarig, a music business veteran of over two decades, shows how his AntiFragile Music label does things differently, explains why big Spotify playlist placements are important yet not enough to “break” an artist, gives branding advice, and more.

Audience

How To Effectively Integrate Facebook Event Marketing

If you’re a young artist who’s new on the scene, you won’t be able to make it anywhere in the music world if you can’t draw people to your shows and performances. For many younger artists, Facebook events are primarily the way they bring people out to such showcases.

Nathan Hanks

MGT112: Promote Your Band By Promoting A Brand – Nathan Hanks (Music Audience Exchange)

Nathan Hanks is a Founder and CEO of Music Audience Exchange (MAX), a platform for brands to reach their target audiences through “breakthrough” artists, who have growing and loyal fanbases yet who may not be the top-selling acts yet.