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Updated April 2020
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Host Bree Noble shares insights on how to create a sustainable career as a woman in the music business. This show includes two different episode formats, solo shows where Bree provides tips and tricks from her own knowledge and experience, and interviews with female musicians and industry pros. These interviews are inspirational and informational and help our audience get a different perspective on the business of music.
 
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Do you feel like you've been working really hard, putting in a ton of effort and time on your music career, and not really having anything to show for it, especially in the income department. Maybe you feel like you're totally limited by the ability to make income in the music industry, streaming isn't paying you enough. The gigs that you're offere…
 
If you’re an Indie musician trying to build a following and make some money from your music, you probably think you need to say “yes” to every gig that comes your way. It’s easy to say “yes” to music gigs, just to get something on your calendar and feel like you’re making progress, even when you’re not excited about it, you don’t think it’s a good …
 
What do you do when your music goals just aren’t inspiring you? When you look at that to do list, you get this heavy feeling, or you have a knot in the pit of your stomach, or maybe you just want to run away. You might start to think, “Maybe I really don’t want this music career as much as I thought I did. Because if I did, I’d be so excited to tac…
 
As a musician, you always have so much to do to work toward music success. Your mind is constantly juggling priorities. Whether it’s booking your next tour, engaging with your fans online, writing new music, or marketing your new EP,, it can seem like you never have any time to take a breath. You may even have those days where you’re ready to throw…
 
There’s a common belief out there that being a mom means you have to put your dreams on hold. A belief that you should prioritize your family over everything else. And when your dream is to be a touring musician, well, that can make following your dreams feel completely out of reach, especially if you have young children. We hear things like: the l…
 
My goal with the Profitable Musician Summit 2019 is to eradicate the starving artist paradigm for good. I realize this is not an easy task. That’s why I not only brought in Music Industry Experts this year, but I also tapped some creative-friendly experts in the financial space. Our mantra for the 2019 Profitable Musician Summit is “Get smart, get …
 
Is music business management, especially the money part, stressing you out? You’re not alone. Particularly this time of year, you may be scrambling to get your taxes done and realizing that you don’t have a good system for managing your money. Or maybe, you’ve been avoiding music business management and tracking income and expenses completely. If t…
 
Whether you realize it or not, as a musician, you are a music entrepreneur. If you’re wondering what a music entrepreneur is and how to act like one, check out this Podcast Episode. In order to succeed as a music entrepreneur, you first need to acknowledge that working on your business skills is important. I realize that focusing on the business si…
 
Are you an artist who has tons of great music ideas but has trouble figuring out a plan for them or suffers from overwhelm? There’s a misconception that having a bunch of great music ideas and actually following through on all of them can be a shortcut to career success. In reality, having too many ideas is actually stopping your music career in it…
 
Suzanne Paulinski, The Rockstar Advocate, and I discuss topics like mindset, goal setting, planning, productivity and habits . Although music goals are approached by Suzanne and I in similar ways, they are still very different. With her background in counseling, she brings a fresh perspective when it comes to setting up and running a music business…
 
Raw, real emotions and struggles inspire pop, gospel, soul artist, Jenn Bostic, to write music that her fans can relate to. Connecting with fans seems to come easy for Jenn Bostic. Her music is unpredictable and she isn’t afraid to follow her heart in the music she creates. In her most recent album, Revival, she openly shared the struggles she face…
 
Vicki Ambinder has been a professional in the performance and media arts for almost 40 years, helping musicians and artists deal with common issues around performing live and in the studio. Artist development and performance coach, Vicki Ambinder, works with musicians of all ages, levels and genres to enhance their performing skills in both the stu…
 
Tara B shares the tips and tricks she has learned in over 25 years of booking music venues. Her successful strategy focuses on building relationships that lead to bookings and re-bookings. Booking music venues since the age of 15, Tara B made the realization that as long as she wanted to perform live, booking would be a big part of her business. Bo…
 
Learn how to implement effective promotion strategies for your brand and music with PRESSED PR founder, Dawn Jones. To have an effective music PR campaign, an independent artist needs to be doing more than just making music. Today we will dive into the promotion of tours, album releases and getting attention with Dawn Jones, of PRESSED PR. Dawn bri…
 
FIMC Community Manager, Beth Matthew, shares the struggles that held her back from concert booking and the steps she took to break through booking resistance. Concert booking can be nerve wracking for even the most seasoned artists but unfortunately, it’s something we need to work through if we want to share our gifts with the world. Beth Matthew’s…
 
At just 18 or 19 years old, Taryn Southern knew that if she could learn to use the skills and software to produce and record her own music, she would be less dependent on other people. Youtube music promotion is being used by most artists in today’s world. As an artist and technologist, Taryn Southern started her own Youtube channel and has since a…
 
The relationship between artist and fan isn’t the only one you should be building in your music business. D Grant Smith shares some tips and tricks on cultivating relationships with music industry contacts that will foster growth in your music career. Connecting with music industry contacts is necessary for growth and that’s why D Grant Smith spend…
 
Running your business as a one-woman operation won’t work as your music business grows. Learn how to find a virtual assistant for musicians and what to outsource. Finding a virtual assistant for musicians doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, it can be as easy as outsourcing some tasks to family and friends who want to see you succeed. Over time, …
 
Carolina Castilla, creator of Massive Act, moved from Colombia to Silicon Valley to start her company from scratch, without knowing anyone when she saw a need in the industry. Her mission is to improve live venue & artist communication. Live venue communication with artists can be difficult in the music business so when Founder of Massive Act, Caro…
 
Art Munson, founder of Music Library Report sat down with me to talk about the benefits of using MLR to find music libraries accepting submissions. Art Munson isn’t new to the world of music library licensing. In fact, he’s had placements on Oprah, America’s Got Talent, Entertainment Tonight and ABC World News. When he was younger, he toured with t…
 
Vanessa Ferrer , founder of Merch Cat, is an expert when it comes to music merch. With her background in music and business, she created Merch Cat to help musicians leverage this income stream. A successful businesswoman for 15 years, Vanessa Ferrer has managed touring artists and consulted with industry pros. In 2015, she created Merch Cat, a plat…
 
Music licensing for film and TV can be a lucrative income stream for artists. Taxi Music Founder and CEO, Michael Laskow, answers your questions about his company and their mission. For 26 years, Taxi Music has been bridging the gap between artists and music supervisors. In fact, having a direct connection to music supervisors has gotten 40% of Tax…
 
Having been in the music industry for 30 years, Rick Barker knows a thing or two about what works when it comes to being a successful musician. The music business today is ever-changing so I asked Rick Barker to share his thoughts on some of these changes and what that means for musicians in our season opener of Indie Interactive. Although his exte…
 
Australian artist, Prita Grealy, didn’t have plans to start a career in music. In fact, it was a breakthrough on a private yacht and an opportunity at a 5-star resort that changed her trajectory. Travel had always been a passion of Prita Grealy. Growing up in a family that moved around often and a love of music from the age of 3 has led her to perf…
 
In our first ever podcast and interview about cabaret theater, Fiona-Jane Weston shares how she has made a career out of producing her one-woman shows. Interestingly, cabaret theater and artists have never been the subject of this podcast so when I met Fiona-Jane Weston in an online class, I jumped at the opportunity to have her on the show. Fiona-…
 
Global Co-Chair of Membership for Women In Music, Cassandra Kubinski, shares her tips and tricks on how to start a music career and how she stays grounded in her life. For musicians wondering how to start a music career, Cassandra Kubinksi brings tons of knowledge to the table. As a Profitable Musician Summit guest, back in May, Cassandra talked ab…
 
Wondering how to start a music career, especially if you don’t have any Industry contacts? Being proactive is the secret to Rebecca Hollweg’s success as a musician. She didn’t sit back and wait for someone else to help her start a music career, she got going and did it herself. Rebecca Hollweg didn’t wait for the stars to align to start a music car…
 
Nashville native, Abigail Rose, talks about how she came up through the music business. Not only did she gain a lot of connections, but it helped her figure out who she wanted to be as an artist. Marketing your music can be a daunting task for some musicians, but believing in your product makes it much easier. Through her upbringing in Nashville, A…
 
fanBridget Kelly loves her fans and spends a lot of time engaging with them but the best way she connects with them, and others, is simply by being kind. One of the greatest female-fronted blues bands is The Bridget Kelly Blues Band, an electronic blues band. Their latest CD, Blues Warrior, was released on June 1, 2018, inspired by the #MeToo movem…
 
Women face a unique set of challenges in the male-dominated music industry. The Female Indie Musician Community (FIMC) was created to give women a safe place to be seen, heard and found for their musical talent. Female musicians, Catherine M Thompson and Sheila Veerkamp, joined Beth Matthew and I for a discussion about the state of women in the mus…
 
Playing great music isn’t the only skill a music entrepreneur has. Today we talk about what it takes to be a successful music entrepreneur and what you need to do if you lack in a certain area. What is a music entrepreneur? Today we talk about the skills and characteristics you need to possess in order to be a successful musician and entrepreneur. …
 
Learn how vocal coach, Sally Morgan, developed her “Sing Like You Speak” method over time through her frustration and inability to find a system that worked for her. If you’re looking to improve your singing voice, you need to check out Sally Morgan’s book, Sing Like You Speak. Her book and method are designed to restore effortless singing that is …
 
Make progress in your music career by doing just 3 things each day that focus on music. Doing this can combat burnout and eliminate overwhelm associated with lengthy to-do lists. The habits of a successful musician include doing just 3 things each day. That’s the way I made significant progress in my music career. Including tasks that are related t…
 
As the Founder of Women of Substance Radio Podcast, Female Entrepreneur Musician and the Female Musician Academy, I am no stranger to burnout. Today I share the classic (and not-so-classic) signs of burnout and the changes to make so you avoid burn out mode. Burnout can effect anyone, in fact, I had my first bout with burnout in my corporate career…
 
Alicia Mathewson talks about how her practice of mindfulness meditation for musicians has set her up for nothing but success in her music career. Mindfulness meditation for musicians is something Alicia Mathewson practices and shares daily with her clients in Sounding Still Wellness, her private energy and sound therapy practice. Since writing and …
 
As a self employed musician, it’s crucial to have different streams of income. In this podcast, you’ll learn why it’s smart to diversify. It’s important to have multiple income streams for musicians to diversify their income streams and not depend on one particular source of cash flow. Therefor, by employing a combination of things such as performi…
 
Concert Tips I learned from attending a Gordon Lightfoot concert that had nothing to do with his amazing talent and everything to do with audience engagement and interaction. Today I share 3 concert tips that can be used across venues and genres to improve audience connection and enjoyment. I recently attended a Gordon Lightfoot concert. Although I…
 
When Greg Wilnau realized what his money blocks were, he was able to change is mindset and take actionable steps to earn an income from music. To make money making music, we need to understand the money blocks and limiting beliefs that are holding us back. During the Profitable Musician Summit, we will hear from 39 experts on 32 different income st…
 
Today’s episode focuses on making music at home and income streams you can establish from them. Making music at home can be a profitable business in a variety of ways, from teaching lessons to busking online. The Profitable Musician Summit is all about making money in a variety of ways, not just touring or performing live. Surprisingly, things many…
 
The Profitable Musician Summit is just around the corner and I wanted to share some tips and tricks to kick comparison to the curb so you can be inspired and learn from our experts. Wondering how to grow as a musician but get caught up in comparing yourself to others? Or even worse, do feelings of jealousy creep up when you hear about all the great…
 
Want to know how to make money playing music live? Listen to these snippets of the Profitable Musician Summit. Have you been wondering how to make money playing music? The Profitable Musician Summit is a free 10 day summit running from May 1st through May 10th and you won’t want to miss it! You’ll hear from industry experts and independent musician…
 
Having multiple income streams is the key to success as a musician. Attend the FREE Profitable Musician Summit to learn which ones to implement and which ones to cast aside. How do music artists make money? With multiple income streams, of course! This week I am so excited to announce the huge project I have been working on – the Profitable Musicia…
 
The Profitable Musician Summit features 39 independent musicians and industry professionals who will present topics over 10 days. The Profitable Musician Summit takes you behind the scenes to see just how musicians profit from their music. It’s happening May 1st through May 10th and is chock full of expert speakers from around the music industry wh…
 
Avoid overwhelm, by breaking down a music project into smaller, bite sized pieces. Working on a big music project can be overwhelming. Whether you are releasing a CD or planning a tour, breaking down larger projects into smaller pieces can give you peace of mind and make things less intimidating. Overwhelm is possibly the most common enemy of music…
 
Sarah Darling, an established country singer/songwriter from Nashville, talks about her life as a musician. Growing up in a little farm town in Iowa to Nashville at age 21, Sarah has been singing since she could talk and started playing shows at age 14. She got her first label deal in 2008 and in 2012 her breakout single, Home to Me, first aired on…
 
All boats rise with the tide and instead of competing with each other, musicians should find ways to work together to promote their music. Collaborative marketing is a great way for musicians to promote one another’s music and grow email lists and fan bases. Aligning yourself with musicians who have similar genres, work ethics or even people who ar…
 
There is no hard and fast rule on when to have a music giveaway so it’s possible to offer them as often as an artist wants but there has to be a strategy. A music giveaway is a great way to build up your email list, social media following or even to engage with the followers you already have but you must have a strategy. Today we are going to talk …
 
In our first interview with a female brass player, Kate Amrine talks about music crowdfunding and how she made music a full time career through teaching and performing. When she started music crowdfunding, Kate Amrine was surprised by how many strangers wanted to support her campaign. It wasn’t the random people that made the difference, though. In…
 
With 2018 deemed the “year of connection”, musicians are finding email lists more important than ever and focusing less on social media platforms. Some people are rocking their musician email list and some people are resisting it all together. It can be intimidating to figure out what to email about, however, the chance to reach people directly wil…
 
Don’t feel shy, uncomfortable or even pushy about selling your music. Offering items for sale gives your audience a way to support you and thank you. Struggling with how to make money selling music online? No one wants to feel like they are being sleazy or tacky when asking for sales. Today, I will share some tactics you can utilize during live per…
 
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