In Episode 004, local musicians Jaclyn Reinhart and Colin Fowlie admit to being late bloomers in the music scene, but both are determined to make music their career! Reinhart and Fowlie both chat about getting into the scene late and figuring out exactly where they fit in.
The music business is hard enough to navigate, now you have to worry about protecting your butt? In Episode 003, Halifax entertainment lawyer Matt Gorman covers some on the things you might want in writing, even when just starting out your career. Also be aware of some potential red flags in contracts/agreements (which don’t have to long, arduous documents), and get a 101 on business structures and copyright.
Content is king now, amirite?
And no one is better at online videos than Stephen Lewis. His videos regularly are viewed tens of thousands of times and are shared by hundreds. So what’s the secret?
In Episode 002, fun funk master Stephen Lewis shares his tips on making videos, and how to successfully share them It’s simpler than you think.
You’ve written some great music, it’s now recorded and finally ready to be released into the world! So, now what? Pigeon Row’s Trevor Murphy gives tips on the additional pieces needed to go along with your music release.