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Ep. 47: Understanding the Music Business with Ben McLane

12/14/2018
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http://benmclane.com Ben C. McLane, Esq, has had decades of experience working with bands and artists, first working as an artist manager during college before going on to get his law degree and immersing himself in all things related to music business and music law as an attorney. He has written hundreds of articles, won awards … Continue reading "Ep. 47: Understanding the Music Business with Ben McLane" The post Ep. 47: Understanding the Music Business with Ben McLane appeared first on...

Duration:00:45:49

Ep. 46: Know Who You Are with Danelle Harvey

12/5/2018
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femalemusicpreneur.com Danelle Harvey has dealt with major success as well as adversity during her music career. But her courage, integrity, and knowing exactly who she is has propelled her through hardship and lifted her to new heights throughout her journey. Danelle is the epitome of a go-getter, with two(!) law degrees, an indie label, pop … Continue reading "Ep. 46: Know Who You Are with Danelle Harvey" The post Ep. 46: Know Who You Are with Danelle Harvey appeared first on Hey,...

Duration:00:52:55

Ep. 45: Your Dream Job Might Not Exist Yet with Lisa Husseini

11/27/2018
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icadenza.com Lisa Husseini, CEO of iCadenza, knows what it feels like to be on a music career path that doesn’t seem like the right fit. A graduate of prestigious music schools like The Hartt School of Music and New England Conservatory of Music, Lisa was well on her way to becoming a professional musician when … Continue reading "Ep. 45: Your Dream Job Might Not Exist Yet with Lisa Husseini" The post Ep. 45: Your Dream Job Might Not Exist Yet with Lisa Husseini appeared first on Hey,...

Duration:00:52:41

Ep. 44: Focus On Writing with Jeff Weiss

11/13/2018
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passionoftheweiss.com Jeff Weiss, writer and journalist, loves LA. He writes for national publications but has always been a strong advocate of LA’s underground hip hop scene and independent music. His online magazine Passion of the Weiss is considered to be the preeminent (and usually the first) source of coverage for up-and-coming artists. In addition to … Continue reading "Ep. 44: Focus On Writing with Jeff Weiss" The post Ep. 44: Focus On Writing with Jeff Weiss appeared first on...

Duration:01:02:25

Ep. 43: Preparing You For a Music Industry Career with Sarah Clayman and Kevin Nixon

11/3/2018
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dime-detroit.com Kevin Nixon and Sarah Clayman are music industry veterans who have dedicated their careers to give back to the next generation of music industry stars. They developed DIME, a music institute with locations in Detroit, MI and Denver, CO (as well as online,) with a focus on modern music education and degree programs for … Continue reading "Ep. 43: Preparing You For a Music Industry Career with Sarah Clayman and Kevin Nixon" The post Ep. 43: Preparing You For a Music...

Duration:00:45:29

Ep. 42: Applying Musical Talent to a Successful Career with Brad Segal

10/22/2018
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finetunemusic.com Brad Segal, founder of Fine Tune Music, is a working musician in every sense of the word. A classical pianist, he studied at the world-famous Julliard School before making his way to the ad agencies of New York City, composing jingles and programming music with computers (before the advent of digital-audio workstations.) During this … Continue reading "Ep. 42: Applying Musical Talent to a Successful Career with Brad Segal" The post Ep. 42: Applying Musical Talent to a...

Duration:00:56:37

Ep. 41: Your Story in the Ideas You Put Out There with Justin Schmidt

10/15/2018
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http://missingpiecegroup.com Justin Schmidt is a publicist for Missing Piece Group, an agency that works with artists on a variety of services, including PR/publicity, artist management, digital marketing, and more. As part of his work with musicians, and being a musician/songwriter himself, he shares his perspective of how the story and the ideas the artist puts … Continue reading "Ep. 41: Your Story in the Ideas You Put Out There with Justin Schmidt" The post Ep. 41: Your Story in the...

Duration:00:51:31

Ep. 40: Be Your Own Vehicle for Your Voice with Brittany Spanos

10/3/2018
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http://rollingstone.com Brittany Spanos, writer for Rolling Stone magazine, was inspired by the movie “Almost Famous” when she was young, so clearly it’s no surprise that her music career trajectory led her to one of the most iconic music magazines in the world. Brittany’s interest in music writing and music history led her to NYU, where … Continue reading "Ep. 40: Be Your Own Vehicle for Your Voice with Brittany Spanos" The post Ep. 40: Be Your Own Vehicle for Your Voice with Brittany...

Duration:00:37:45

Ep. 39: Serial Music Entrepreneurship and Innovation with Dae Bogan

9/25/2018
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http://daeboganmusic.com Dae Bogan describes himself as a “serial entrepreneur” – a description that is very apt and also very nimble, truly an invaluable quality that’s sorely needed to keep up with the twists and turns of the music industry. Dae Bogan walks us through his music career trajectory, starting with childhood as a singer/performer … Continue reading "Ep. 39: Serial Music Entrepreneurship and Innovation with Dae Bogan" The post Ep. 39: Serial Music Entrepreneurship and...

Duration:00:49:53

Ep. 38: Giving Value Consistently with Simon Tam

9/18/2018
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http://musicbusinesshacks.com Simon Tam is a musician of many ideas and very little sleep. He started his first record label at 13, became a band promoter in his teens, and has continued the music jobs entrepreneurial hustle ever since. His band The Slants, the world’s first Asian-American dance rock band, has toured and played to massive … Continue reading "Ep. 38: Giving Value Consistently with Simon Tam" The post Ep. 38: Giving Value Consistently with Simon Tam appeared first on Hey,...

Duration:00:51:53

Ep. 37: It’s All About Who You Know with Ant Cee

9/12/2018
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http://meethook.com Anthony Citrinite, a.k.a. Ant Cee, is a veteran professional drummer who is known far and wide in the music industry. He’s toured around the world, he has been on the Warped Tour and Megadeth’s Gigantour, he’s performed with Katy Perry and Joe Perry at the MTV Video Music Awards, and appeared on major labels. … Continue reading "Ep. 37: It’s All About Who You Know with Ant Cee" The post Ep. 37: It’s All About Who You Know with Ant Cee appeared first on Hey, How'd You...

Duration:00:53:33

Ep. 36: Collaboration and Paying it Forward with Lolita Ritmanis

9/6/2018
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lolitaritmanis.com Lolita Ritmanis is an Emmy-award winning composer, with a long and distinguished career writing music for TV and film. She has been nominated 10 times for an Emmy, and won for the Warner Bros. series “Batman Beyond.” Throughout her composing career, she has worked with the greats such as Michael Kamen, Basil Poledouris, and Mark … Continue reading "Ep. 36: Collaboration and Paying it Forward with Lolita Ritmanis" The post Ep. 36: Collaboration and Paying it Forward...

Duration:00:52:35

Ep. 35: Connecting Music and Community with Nautica de la Cruz

8/21/2018
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http://kjlhradio.com Nautica de la Cruz has built a decades-long stellar music radio career and formidable reputation in Los Angeles radio. Her grit and determination kept her going after 14 rejections to land her first radio internship in college (while putting herself through school,) and she has never looked back. Nautica has been a radio host/personality … Continue reading "Ep. 35: Connecting Music and Community with Nautica de la Cruz" The post Ep. 35: Connecting Music and Community...

Duration:00:44:25

Ep. 34: Creating New Communities and Venues for Live Performance with James Beshara

8/6/2018
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airbnb.com/concerts James Beshara, Global Head of Airbnb Concerts and an electronic music artist, understands the intimate connection that is forged between musician and fan. As a product designer and entrepreneur, James previously co-founded Tilt.com, a social payment, crowd-funding app, which many artists and music fans used to fund concerts in new locations or add additional … Continue reading "Ep. 34: Creating New Communities and Venues for Live Performance with James Beshara" The...

Duration:00:47:47

Ep. 33: Exploring Tech, Business, Creativity and Disruption with Gigi Johnson

7/30/2018
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gigijohnson.net Dr. Gigi Johnson, Inaugural Director of UCLA’s Center for Music Innovation, has taken an unconventional route when it comes to a career in music. A gifted singer and creative, she has performed and released music all while pursuing a film production degree at USC, an MBA, a PhD in education change/media studies, starting her … Continue reading "Ep. 33: Exploring Tech, Business, Creativity and Disruption with Gigi Johnson" The post Ep. 33: Exploring Tech, Business,...

Duration:00:54:53

Ep. 32: Applying Business Sense to a Music Career with Scott Hawksworth

7/23/2018
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audioskills.com Scott Hawksworth has always loved music, but he made the “practical” choice to get a business degree in college. After working at several businesses, he realized he missed his creative calling; utilizing all of his business experience, he decided to pursue a music career by creating an online business for producers and musicians. AudioSkills.com … Continue reading "Ep. 32: Applying Business Sense to a Music Career with Scott Hawksworth" The post Ep. 32: Applying Business...

Duration:00:51:25

Ep. 31: Creating Successful Entrepreneurship in Music and the Arts with Astrid Baumgardner

7/16/2018
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astridbaumgardner.com Astrid Baumgardner has dedicated her career to empowering and inspiring musicians (and all creatives!) to be their best selves, not only as artists but as successful entrepreneurs. During this music jobs episode Astrid walks us through her musical beginnings as a talented pianist, pursuing law and working as a lawyer in New York City, … Continue reading "Ep. 31: Creating Successful Entrepreneurship in Music and the Arts with Astrid Baumgardner" The post Ep. 31:...

Duration:00:49:05

Ep. 30: Being of Service in the New Music Landscape with J. Michael Dolan

7/7/2018
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jmichaeldolan.com J. Michael Dolan is a published, prolific author and blogger, a professional musician, a successful entrepreneur, a veteran of the entertainment industry, and the founder of Music Connection magazine. But what Michael shares on this episode is about the business of happiness, commitment, being of service and navigating the new music industry landscape with … Continue reading "Ep. 30: Being of Service in the New Music Landscape with J. Michael Dolan" The post Ep. 30:...

Duration:00:56:51

Ep. 29: Creating Evergreen Content and Community with Sandra Olinger

6/29/2018
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grimygoods.com Sandra Olinger is the Founder/Owner of GrimyGoods.com, a popular Los Angeles-based music lifestyle website and blog. Grimy Goods, which just celebrated ten years, is considered by its dedicated following to be “the key source of information for those…who live a music lifestyle.” In this music jobs episode Sandra walks us through her music writing … Continue reading "Ep. 29: Creating Evergreen Content and Community with Sandra Olinger" The post Ep. 29: Creating Evergreen...

Duration:00:46:11

Ep. 28: Make a Goal with Zac Harding

6/22/2018
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songtradr.com Zac Harding is a self-professed “engineer rat”, starting from the world-renowned studio once owned by Bruce Swedien in Minneapolis, working with the Replacements and Prince(!!) and making the move to Los Angeles. In fact, his engineer experience helped him land the Director of Marketing position at Songtradr (more on that in the interview!) Zac … Continue reading "Ep. 28: Make a Goal with Zac Harding" The post Ep. 28: Make a Goal with Zac Harding appeared first on Hey,...

Duration:01:03:51