House concerts are great! There aren’t many shows that take such little planning but give such big return. All you need is a house, a host, and some of his/her friends and you’re set! In fact, many artists make a [...]
So, you’re an indie musician and you have gigs you want your fans to know about. Do you want to update your event calendar in nine different places? I don’t think so! I’ve had a look at two options for your gig calendar that I think have some decent features and would really like to [...]
Some time ago, when I was looking for a way to share and sell my recorded songs, I did a brief review of ReverbNation for song sales. They did not then and as you’ll see, still don’t get high marks with me.
ReverbNation looks like it could be a [...]
With the death of VibeDeck, I really think BandCamp is one of the best things around for indie musicians just getting started or for more established bands/musicians, but with small budgets. Even if you have money to spend, BC is a great service and and great deal [...]
I’m glad to have Tracy “Trace” Ready providing a guest post on muz4now™. Trace and I have been supporting each other as freelancers in the social media world for some time and finally got around to extending our connection (beyond occasional comments) to the blogosphere. I’m proud and honored to share Trace’s post on Jango. [...]
OK: you got some local gigs and you are really loving playing out. Now what? Time to rest and enjoy the moments of success? Um, no.
Once you have a local gig or two, it’s time to decide where you’re headed next. Do you want to get more local gigs? Do you want to tour? [...]
I really don’t need to add to the fray regarding the possible demise of musicians making money by making their music. It’s been covered in so many ways:
If you haven’t already found it, please click over to Sessionville’s web site and read my post with networking tips for getting local gigs. Independent bands and solo artists should find these tips to be of interest.
While you’re there, be sure [...]
I’m pleased and honored to have Jami McGraw offering you this guest post. Please be sure to check out Jami’s bio at the end of the post.
This is a list of tricks and tips that will allow you to get a great sounding song/album, from your bedroom, basement, living room, bathroom, [...]
This is the penultimate review in a series based on my own research, plus
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