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The Broken Glass Podcast is designed to highlight women in the music industry and create a community of women who look out for each other. You’ll hear stories from women across all facets of music. We’ll share tools and resources available to you to make your dream job come to life or to start that business you’ve always wanted to own. But most of all, you’ll be a part of the Broken Glass community, where we support and encourage each other, and open the doors to working in music.

The Broken Glass Podcast is designed to highlight women in the music industry and create a community of women who look out for each other. You’ll hear stories from women across all facets of music. We’ll share tools and resources available to you to make your dream job come to life or to start that business you’ve always wanted to own. But most of all, you’ll be a part of the Broken Glass community, where we support and encourage each other, and open the doors to working in music.
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The Broken Glass Podcast is designed to highlight women in the music industry and create a community of women who look out for each other. You’ll hear stories from women across all facets of music. We’ll share tools and resources available to you to make your dream job come to life or to start that business you’ve always wanted to own. But most of all, you’ll be a part of the Broken Glass community, where we support and encourage each other, and open the doors to working in music.

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908-400-0729


Episodes

Episode 22: Intertwining Studies and a Passion for Music with Rajasri Mallikarjuna

10/1/2019
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Meet Rajasri Mallikarjuna, Production Editor and Composer. Raj and I met at Alfred Music, where we both work full time, and we’ve connected over music both in and out of work. She’s been involved in music advocacy through the Musicians at Play Foundation and the Burbank Arts Council, grown her career from interning for composers to becoming a full time employee at Alfred Music, and she wrote her first large orchestral work in 2017. Listen in as we discuss her start in music, how she was...

Duration:01:11:03

Episode 21: Tips for Finding Extra Time in Your Day

9/24/2019
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Do you feel like you're drowning in your to-do list? That no matter how much you do, you just can't tick off enough tasks to get to the big picture projects, connect with clients, or get to creating content? It feels like there's always something taking our attention away from what we really want to be doing, but there's a way out! I was in the same boat as I'm sure many of you are - working a 9-5, working a side hustle, and trying to find time for myself. Once I started prioritizing my...

Duration:00:21:28

Episode 20: Adapting to the New Music Industry with Lauren Lucas

9/17/2019
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Meet Nashville based singer-songwriter Lauren Lucas. She’s a Tony and ACM Award nominee whose humble beginnings in theater led her to a record deal as a teenager. Changes at her label led to the album being shelved, and since then she’s taken her career into her own hands. Lauren found freedom in being on her own, from the financial freedom of following the increasing singles only model to freedom of choosing her own sound on each track. Listen in as we discuss how she started in music,...

Duration:01:01:50

Episode 19: Bringing Music to the Community with Nicolina Logan and Renee Henn

8/20/2019
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Meet Nicolina Logan and Renee Henn, professional musicians and co-founders of the Burbank Chamber Music Society. Friends since their freshman year of college at UCLA, Nicolina and Renee wanted to not only continue working and playing together, but to bring the intimate setting of chamber music to Burbank, California. The Burbank Chamber Music Society is in its second year and kicks off its new season this Saturday, August 24. Listen in as we talk about their musical backgrounds, how the...

Duration:00:37:51

Episode 18: Managing the Effects of Mental Burnout

6/25/2019
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Have you ever lost your creativity without reason? Have you sat at a blank computer screen, not knowing what to write, to design, to record? You’ve probably heard the term “burnout” in the news lately. It’s now an official syndrome per the World Health Organization, but while many of us probably imagine burnout as something physical, it can also be mental, or both. In today’s episode, I talk about my own mental burnout, what fueled it, and how I pulled myself out and got my creativity and...

Duration:00:11:47

Episode 17: How a Mission, Vision, and Values Can Pivot Your Business and Career

5/28/2019
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Mission. Vision. Core values. That sounds like a lot of business talk, but the truth is all three of these concepts can be applied to our personal lives, our dreams and career goals, and to our own businesses. It was’t until a business course prompted me to draft the mission, vision, and core values for Broken Glass Media that I really took a good hard look at the path we took since the blog launched in January 2018, and the future we had set out for ourselves. I looked back at the...

Duration:00:13:41

Episode 16: Defining Your Career on Your Own Terms with Lindsay Artkop

5/7/2019
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Today’s episode is with Lindsay Artkop, Berklee College of Music graduate, professional drummer, and drum instructor. We dive into how she started in music, her experiences as a professional drummer, how winning the Hit Like a Girl competition changed the trajectory of her career, and how she’s built up her own business teaching students locally and across the world. "It's shifting to a place where we can value people's music and their art just as much, and hopefully more than their...

Duration:00:44:04

Episode 15: Overcoming I’m Not Enough to Grow and Succeed in the Music Industry

4/30/2019
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I’m breaking down one of my pillars of personal wellness that I know from personal experience can be a struggle for so many of us - mindset. It's not just about being positive, it's about overcoming your limiting beliefs, fears, and anxieties to grow, develop your career, and be successful. How can we overcome limiting beliefs about ourselves, our skills, our abilities? Listen in as I discuss my own story of overcoming limiting beliefs and the three action steps I take each time they enter...

Duration:00:17:06

Episode 14: Being Authentic and Building Community with Jess Garcia

4/16/2019
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Today’s episode is with Jess Garcia of Springwood Productions, a company that specializes in the production of video for clients in music and business. We chat about everything from how she started in music and film to mindset, finding community, pivoting in your career, and how being authentic to yourself is so important today. Listen in to hear about how she got her start in film production for music, why it’s important to be authentic to yourself, and how she’s building community after...

Duration:01:11:37

Episode 13: From Corporate to Profitable Musician with Bree Noble

4/2/2019
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Did you know there are more income streams available to musicians than just touring and selling records? Have you ever thought about how you can become profitable at the career you love? Meet Bree Noble, corporate employee turned profitable musician, founder of Women of Substance Radio, Female Entrepreneur Musician Academy, and co-founder of the Profitable Musician Summit. Bree and I dive into her story and how she created a path for herself after leaving a corporate job, the ins and outs...

Duration:00:53:39

Episode 12: Managing Personal Wellness While Hustling in the Music Industry

3/6/2019
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Do you hustle all day, every day to make it in the industry? Are you exhausted, both mentally and physically? Do you find that you're dragging yourself from meeting to meeting, networking event to networking event unable to focus? The hustle of the music industry can definitely take its toll, especially on us women. I’ve been there, working full time, enrolled in a grad program, attending network opportunities, and even interning to get myself out there. I was dragging, had gained...

Duration:00:21:40

Episode 11: Finding Your Unique Sound with Kristin Rebecca

2/12/2019
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Meet Kristin Rebecca. Maryland based modern folk singer-songwriter who beautifully incorporates the Celtic harp into her music. Listen in as we talk about her unique instrument and how she discovered it, how she developed her sound, grew her career without knowing anyone in the industry, and what it’s like to secure a PR and management team in her genre. Resources: Fringe EP Where Fairies Dwell Tales, Trials, Truths www.kristinrebecca.com Instagram Facebook Kristin Rebecca’s...

Duration:00:36:06

Episode 10: Tips for Getting Music Industry Experience

1/29/2019
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Have you come across the catch-22 that most entry level job seekers are coming across in today's job market? You have to have experience to get the entry level job, but you need the entry level job to get experience... In today's solocast episode, I give my tips for getting that much needed experience in the music industry. Listen in as we talk about different online platforms and ways to connect with other people who may be in the industry, at the company, or in the career path you want...

Duration:00:12:13

Episode 9: Creating Your Own Opportunities in the Music Industry with Sarah Martinico

1/8/2019
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What’s it like to be the first to create something in the music industry? To create an opportunity for yourself? Sarah Martinico did just that - she was the first to create royalty bearing stems at BMG. She’s also a songwriter, soon-to-be entrepreneur, and has fantastic advice for women looking to start their own career in the industry. Listen in as we talk about finding opportunities by connecting the dots, building a career in music, and even a little bit about the Music Modernization...

Duration:00:41:47

Episode 8: Building a Music Industry Career From the Ground Up with Kelsey James

12/11/2018
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What’s it like to build a career in the music industry while working a 9 to 5 job? Meet Kelsey James - writer, editor, and social media manager for Riverbeats Life, publicist for Talluah PR, and full time employee outside of the music industry. Listen in as we discuss getting started in PR and music journalism, managing overwhelm with multiple projects alongside a full time job, planning out social media posts, and even a bit about the New Orleans music...

Duration:00:38:54

Episode 7: Forging a Career in the Music Industry with Nikki O'Neill

11/27/2018
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Nikki O’Neill is a multi-faceted music industry professional - she’s an Americana songwriter, guitar player, author, and educator who believes in finding your strengths and forming partnerships, inspiring other women, and forging your own path. Listen in as we discuss her path from the visual arts to music journalism, teaching, and becoming a singer-songwriter with an upcoming release scheduled for 2019. Where to Find...

Duration:00:43:35

Episode 6: Getting Your Start in the Music Industry with Natalie Morrison

11/14/2018
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What’s it like to go from college to a full time job in the music industry? Are internships, networking, and connecting with people all they’re hyped up to be? Today’s episode features Natalie Morrison, Marketing & PR Coordinator for D’Addario & Company. We talk interning and freelancing, NAMM, the music products industry, networking, connecting with other women, and so much...

Duration:00:30:43

Episode 5: Scaling a Business and Creating Community with Katherine Forbes

10/30/2018
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Have you thought about stepping out and starting your own business? What about your own business and building a community for women just like you? Today’s episode features Katherine Forbes, Nashville based founder of Designing the Row, a website design business, and Music Biz Besties, an online music community for women in music! Listen in as we talk about growing and scaling a business, setting goals, creating a female based music community, the importance of connecting with other women...

Duration:00:30:16

Episode 4: VALE Media Industries Conference with Ally Hepp

10/16/2018
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This week’s episode is near and dear to me - I’m talking to Lebanon Valley College senior Ally Hepp, president of the college’s VALE Music Group and an organizer of the VALE Media Industries Conference. LVC is my alma mater and where I got my first taste of the music industry, and I am incredibly honored to not only speak with Ally about this year’s Women in Music themed conference but to attend this year’s conference as a panelist. Listen in as Ally and I talk about the VALE Media...

Duration:00:23:53

Episode 3: Producing a Music Festival with Alex Hendrix

10/2/2018
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Today’s guest, Alex Hendrix, is a southern gothic singer-songwriter from Huntsville, Alabama who is not only a writer and performer, but who put on a four day women in music festival in downtown Huntsville. With the support from Downtown Huntsville Inc, Alex connected venues and artists, arranging an event that put venues at capacity each night. Listen in as we talk about how the event came to life, how she’s overcome obstacles as a woman in music, changing people’s expectations of her...

Duration:00:32:03