David Andrew Wiebe is the five-time self-published and three-time bestselling author of “The New Music Industry” and “The Music Entrepreneur Code”. He is the founder & CEO of Music Entrepreneur HQ and he’s a staff writer of Music Industry How To. He has been podcasting about the music business for over 11 years. Music Revolt CEO & founder Scott Kirby called him the “king of internet music marketing.” He travels the world as he writes, makes music, and eats delicious food.
Ben Albert started podcasting in 2016 when he launched Rochester Groovecast Podcast, which highlights the local Rochester New York music scene (and also gets him into places for free). Over 120 episodes later, he has built the show into a top-ranked music podcast.
In this episode, “Groundwork For Artists” author Levi Burwell discusses his 10-step Blueprint for packaging up your artistry and positioning it in front of the right people, using tools right at our fingertips. With this blueprint, success suddenly becomes both measurable and attainable. Keep in mind that there really are no industry secrets — there’s just hard work, organization, and focusing on the right things in the correct order.
Host Barry Nicholson explains how to launch a successful merch campaign, so you can generate cash on demand from your fans. He takes you behind the scenes to see how he launches his own successful campaigns, as well as share some of the mistakes along the way. You’ll learn how to earn more money from your merch, sell more merch with less effort, and successfully launch new products with ease.
Episode 15: How To Build an SMS List of FansText messaging is a great way to communicate with your fans. With a 98% open rate, SMS far outperforms all other forms of marketing when it comes to getting attention. It’s also inexpensive. In this episode, host Barry Nicholson reveals: 4 Easy Ways to Build your
Episode 14: The Cold Stares: Small Town Band Goes BigEnjoy this jam-packed interview with The Cold Stares’ drummer Brian Mullins. They have over 25 Million total streams on Spotify, 200K monthly listeners, and they’re on 18 current editorial playlists. Their music has been licensed for sync use by ESPN, Monster Energy Drinks, The X-Games, Dodge
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