It’s obvious that I’m not the only one with an interest in and concern about branding for artists. My earlier post on this subject was linked and (privately) commented more times than almost any internet article I’ve ever written. So, now, I’ll share with you a few thoughts I’ve had and some of the information that’s […]
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As much as we musicians and other artistic/creative folk might sometimes like to ignore it, branding is an incredibly important part of our marketing. It might be as simple as choosing a “quirk” that will allow us to be just that much different from other musical acts or getting photos of our art uploaded to
Stan Stewart, improviser and independent musician It takes a lot of preparation to be so spontaneous. Stan Stewart’s journey through life has led him to this point, but he will be the first to admit there were detours along the way. Stan was always making music – some of his earliest memories are of playing
As usual, I have no idea where this title came from. But there you go: Subtle Drama. Dramatic Flair During earlier times in my life, I had relationships whose drama was far beyond subtle. Every day, I lived on pins and needles wondering what troubling stuff would happen. It’s a wonder my adrenal system survived.
In a webstory, Stan Stewart asks about the state of social networks. Which one(s) work for you? And what draws you to them?
Gratitude is my key. The door to my heart is what I unlock with it. (Press play and read the rest of the story…) Creative Connecting My spouse is not the only thing in my life that I’m grateful for. But she sure is at the top of my list. So much about her inspires
Solopreneurs – is your social network presence or blogging site (Medium, Substack, etc.) enough? Or do you need your own website?
Indie rock musicians have long been known for their distinct and unconventional sounds, distinguishing themselves from their classic rock counterparts with their creative use of effects and tone. Pedals are a big contributor to that uniqueness, especially when it comes to guitars. The post “A Day in the Recording Studio of an Indie Musician” notes
Starting out in music can be daunting without a team. This guest post on muz4now blog recommends 5 people to add to yours.