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Working Class Audio goes beyond typical interview podcasts and asks practical questions, everything from business practices to financial advice to finding the right work/life balance. If you’re looking for info on what it’s really like working in the pro audio industry, Working Class Audio is the podcast for you. WCA doesn’t just concentrate on the elite of the recording world but instead interviews a combination of known and unknown engineers.
 
Chris G. has been in the Music Business since 2006 as a concert promoter, artist manager, and booking agent. “Making It” is not about being on top of the charts, winning mainstream awards, or having millions of social media followers. Though those things are nice, that’s a very small percentage of the industry. “Making It” is about having conversations with people that do what they love full time, instead of being stuck with a career they hate. Throughout his journey, Chris has met many insp ...
 
A music business show made for artists who are looking for clear information, inspiration, and application for their careers. Ideas are broken down into steps that musicians can use to advance their career. The show is written and hosted by Simon Tam, an industry professional who is the founder of The Slants Foundation, author of multiple books, and longtime mentor/speaker at SXSW, the DIY Musician Conference, and other major events.
 
The podcast about all things business for music teachers and studio owners. Learn how to brand, market, and grow your music studio. Hear stories of creative music teachers who are taking on other cool entrepreneurial projects. Get answers to your self-employment questions from experts. Hosted by entrepreneur, business coach, and piano teacher, Andrea Miller.
 
Screw The Record Label is a podcast for musicians. Are you a musician ready to learn how to make money in your music business without a record label? I'm here to help you get to the next level in your business so you can reach more people with your music. You will learn the latest social media strategies, how to launch your albums, tech tips and tools, and you will hear expert interviews from some of your favorite musicians. I'll help you navigate this new stage and give you the tools necess ...
 
Finn McKenty interviews people who are making a living doing something they love: from musicians to filmmakers, designers, visual artists, engineers, athletes, business owners, writers - anybody who has turned their passion into their career. The goal is always to pull out and of the big ideas that will help you quit your day job-- or if you're already doing what you love, help you level up your game, grow your business and make your life even more awesome. If you are a creator or entreprene ...
 
In this Innovating Music podcast, we talk about disruptive technologies in music. Hosted by Gigi Johnson and produced by the UCLA Center for Music Innovation at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, we bring together unique voices from inside and outside of the music industry. As Kevin Kelly has been quoted to say, “The Future is Already Here -- It’s just not evenly distributed.” Join us here to see where the future may already have landed.
 
Tina Bangel is a Vocal Coach, Singer & Songwriter. One Voice can change the world was created to share inspiring stories from people making a difference in the music industry and in the world today. Incredible Voices who will give you the tools & tips to help you become a performer you will be proud of. Bringing your lifestyle and music business to the next level.
 
Singer, Songwriter and Producer L.Ariel interviews talented, creative individuals from all facets of the music industry about their exciting careers. From musicians to marketers to managers and more, the movers and shakers who work in music today discuss their musical passions, their career trajectories, and share advice, insight and outlook about the ever-changing landscape of the music business. Whether you're just starting your music career or actively seeking a job in the music industry, ...
 
Professional musician and educator Demian Arriaga created these 12-15min podcasts with the purpose of Motivating, Inspiring, Challenging, and Empowering young musicians, and people from all walks of life, through opinions, anecdotes and interviews. Some of his credits include: The Jonas Brothers, Richie Kotzen, Gary Cherone, Nick Jonas, Iggy Azalea, Streetlight Manifesto, Yordano, Victoria Justice and Cobra Starship among others. Demian proudly endorses: Zildjian, Vater, Ultimate Ears, Latin ...
 
The music business is in serious trouble. Or is it? There are endless opinions on the subject. Some people think the music business is done, that Elvis has left the building permanently, pushed out a 10th floor window by the internet. Others believe that technology has brought about a state of democracy that has levelled the playing field. So who's right? That depends on your perspective. On "How To Fix The Music Business", people from all sides of the music industry share their perspectives ...
 
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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Flute 360 | Episode 137: “The Metronome is Ticking! How Do You Utilize Your Time?” (Part 2) (12:43) Series 29 continues with some organizational and time management tips to help you towards your personal and professional goals! Listen to the episode to hear Heidi’s big takeaway that you can implement today! Subscribe to the Flute 360 Podcast Newsle…
 
Another batch of viewer comments, including: Trapt's Chris Taylor Brown; Billie Eilish charging too much for her livestream; livestreams from Code Orange, Clutch and Underoath; are Crystal Lake and Polaris "buttcore" or metalcore bands?; my metalcore recommendations; the time I got suckerpunched at a New Found Glory show; my favorite Pokemon; and s…
 
Alex Bowen is a senior Talent Buyer for Live Nation Entertainment in New Orleans, LA where he books the Fillmore NOLA. His journey began promoting shows independently and even owning a small venue. Eventually, Alex started booking the historic Varsity Theater in Baton Rouge, LA. Throughout his journey, he’s booked and promoted shows at many venues …
 
When a sold-out show has empty seats and scalpers are selling choice tickets for an arm and a leg, it’s hard on artists, fans, and everyone who counts on a live show to succeed. Lawrence Peryer, Chief Revenue Officer at Lyte, explains the live event ticketing landscape and how Lyte’s ecommerce thinking is bringing it up to date. Find out how Lyte p…
 
Growing up in Hattiesburg, Mississippi in a small town populated mostly by family can leave an impression on you. Friday night lights, work ethic, and a strong relationship with parentals are the foundation of this now Sony Nashville artist. It's not lost on Adam the foundations of country living and the lifestyle of his Mississippi home. Adam shar…
 
Finn Mckenty and Aaron Marshall dive deep into various forms of revenue stream, keeping up with creating content, and much more. If you're looking for ways to improve your band from a business perspective, take notes! Follow Aaron Marshall on Instagram and Twitter. Listen to Intervals on Spotify. Sponsored by: Klaviyo and Fundrise Follow The Punk R…
 
Though it already cemented his legacy as one of the world's greatest songwriters, Tom Petty originally intended 1994's Wildflowers to be a double-album. Now over 25 years later, fans can finally hear these long-buried tracks, along with home demos, alternate takes, live cuts, new liner notes from Rick Rubin and more as part of Wildflowers & All The…
 
My guest today is producer engineer mixer Steve Evetts, who has worked with the Dillinger Escape Plan, Sepultura, The Cure, Poison the Well, Alesana, The Wonder Years, and many, many others. Steve comes to us as a recommendation from our good friend, Joe Barresi. In this episode, we discuss: Parents Attic Bass Guitar Foster X15 Tracks East in New J…
 
Eva Alexiou-Reo is the owner of FATA Booking since 1996, which is a booking agency and artist management company based in Philadelphia, PA. She’s also a Music Business Professor at Northern Vermont University and also thought for 7 years at Drexel University. In this conversation, we discuss her journey in the music business, mentors, teaching musi…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 136: “The Metronome is Ticking! How Do You Utilize Your Time?” (Part 1) (13:03) Series 29 launches today with some organizational and time management tips to help you towards your personal and professional goals! Listen to the episode to hear Heidi’s big takeaway that you can implement today! Episode 136 – Resources Mentioned: S…
 
Deftones guitarist Stephen Carpenter is a flat earther and anti-vaxxer, according to him on the Sam Tripoli podcast. What does this tell us about the state of mental health in music? What role do fans play in the outcomes of artists like Lil Peep, Kurt Cobain, Mac Miller and Jonny Craig? The Loudwire article Sponsored by: Klaviyo and Fundrise Follo…
 
Bob Moczydlowsky (you can call him Bob Moz), Managing Director of Techstars Music, explains how the accelerator program unites Techstars venture capital with member companies across the global music business. Find out how Techstars Music selects 10 music startups from around the world for 13 weeks of intensive mentorship, development and investment…
 
Karl Michael has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music and penned massive hits for plenty of other artists. He's recorded with all-star producers Jon Levine (Dua Lipa, The Struts, Alessia Cara) and Scott Spock (Rihanna, Britney Spears, Avril Lavigne). He's lived through crazy record deals, drops, The Voice UK, and even battles with h…
 
I get a lot of questions about online platforms like TakeLessons.com and Thumbtack, that connect teachers with students. I haven’t used these platforms myself, but after Allie Tyler mentioned in our interview a couple of weeks ago how she used Thumbtack to build her studio, I wanted to investigate further. When I met a teacher who had firsthand exp…
 
The Texas-born, Georgia-raised, Nashville-based singer-songwriter has had a hand in penning over 40 songs for the Zac Brown Band, including some of their biggest hits such as “Heavy is the Head,” “Beautiful Drug,” “Keep Me in Mind,” “Loving You Easy,” and “Homegrown.” But still, Niko confirms that it takes a certain chemistry to write songs. Now im…
 
My guest today is a friend of 20 years who plays a role in the formation of Working Class Audio. I'm talking about mastering engineer Michael Romanowski. Michael and I go way back. We were building partners at our studio in San Francisco. Michael had a mastering facility in the front. I had a recording studio in the back, and together we were co-te…
 
Hoya from Madball joins the podcast to discuss Madball's start, how the hardcore scene has changed over the years, and more. Listen to Madball on Spotify. Follow Hoya on Instagram and check out Casa De Roc. Sponsored by: Klaviyo and Fundrise Follow The Punk Rock MBA on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Follow Finn McKenty on Instagram. Check out Finn…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 135: “Are Diamonds Really A Girl’s Best Friend?!” (12:03) In today’s episode, Heidi shares an exciting podcast update, and offers a suggestion to help our time management skills. Check out today’s episode to hear all about it. Enjoy! Episode 135 – Resources Mentioned: The Podcasting Musician Class – Register Here! (Deadline is 1…
 
You get a knock on your cosmic door one day. You open it up…and surprise….it's your purpose. You finally have clarity on what it is you were put on this Earth to do. Now, what do you do? Singer-songwriter Katherine Nagy has answered that knock at the door and gone full throttle. Katherine didn't get her clarity that she was put on this Earth to be …
 
Music Tech journalist and researcher Cherie Hu wrapped up the recent Music Tectonics Conference with a fireside chat with Dmitri Vietze. Listen in on their conversation to get a taste of Cherie’s upcoming book on how artists can run their music careers more like tech entrepreneurs. How is recording an album like developing software, and how has the…
 
My response to people who tell me that I don't talk about up and coming artists enough: * "The Corey Taylor Effect" (as seen in the headlines of Loudwire) and how it applies to the business press to with Amazon, Facebook, etc * How I sneak artists like Fish Narc, Cold Hart and Cerebral Incubation into my videos * Do YouTubers and influencers have a…
 
Today, on what happens to be Veteran’s Day in the US, I’m honored to be talking to a Vietnam Veteran and guitar teacher for a non-profit organization that aims to brighten the lives of veterans who suffer from physical and mental wounds from their times of service. You’ll hear about how their mission is shaped by those they serve, how they raise fu…
 
The Brummies made up of vocalists and multi-instrumentalists John Davidson and Jacob Bryant, and drummer Trevor Davis, have been playing together in various incarnations since high school in the Birmingham, Alabama area. John shares the journey from basement jams to publishing songs with Major Bob (Garth Brooks) early in their career. Writing for M…
 
My guest today is the return of Robert L. Smith. Robert was originally on episode six of the Working Class Audio podcast. He's a producer-engineer mixer. He's based in New York City. That hasn't changed. And he has worked with some pretty big names out there. Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Aerosmith, David Byrne, and U2. We bring Robert back to check …
 
Flute 360 | Episode 134: “How to Be a More Expressive Flutist with Marina Piccinini!” (1:00:42) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Marina Piccinini who is a recording artist and a flute professor at the Peabody Institute at the Johns Hopkins University. Marina shares in great detail how we, as musicians, can play with more expression. Some discus…
 
Nick "Biggie" Grimaldi is a co-founder of Good Fight Entertainment who manage bands including Between The Buried And Me, Circa Survive, Knocked Loose, Turnstile and blessthefall among many others. Topics discussed on the podcast: - How he got into the scene via the Orange County hardcore scene (Eighteen Visions, Throwdown, etc) - What a manager doe…
 
Joe Bonamassa is a two-time GRAMMY-nominated artist, has over 30 records, achieved his 24th #1 album on the Billboard Blues Chart, with his latest release, Royal Tea. Most might remember Joe from a young age making the local news circuits to promote a tour with B.B. King or the news cycle propping him to be a young prodigy at guitar. Other collabor…
 
As I prep and schedule this podcast episode, it’s still October, but if you listen to it on the day it comes out, it’s the day after the presidential election in the U.S. It’s been quite a year. Stress levels have been high. And I thought we might just need a little humor this week. So I’m rebroadcasting an episode I aired back in April. I’ve got t…
 
Cory Marks is one of the latest artists to meld metal music with country lyrics. A sound developed with Kevin Churko (Ozzy Osbourne, Papa Roach, Modern Science, Five Finger Death Punch, Disturbed, In This Moment, Shania Twain, and Hellyeah) on Who I Am, Cory's latest album. Not the most trendsetting music on country radio for those that do listen t…
 
My guest today is Kevin Churko. Who's originally from Canada, currently resides in the United States, and he is a producer-engineer, mixer, and songwriter. He's worked with Ozzy Osbourne, Rob Zombie, Papa Roach, Modern Science, Five Finger Death Punch, Shania Twain, and Hellyeah amongst many, many others. One aspect of his career that's fascinating…
 
Patrick H. Willems joins the podcast to discuss his YouTube channel, creating videos during COVID, how to foster a Patreon following, and more. If you want to start a YouTube channel or have one that you want to grow, this is the perfect episode for you. Check out Patrick's YouTube channel. Follow The Punk Rock MBA on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube…
 
Danielle Reiss is a Music Publicist and Music Business Masters student at the prestigious Berklee College of Music. She moved to Nashville, TN in 2016 to pursue her dream to work in the music industry with no job and no college lined up. Since then, she's been able to work numerous internships and gather experience in the industry. In September of …
 
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