Wherever you are in your music journey, I believe “10 Things The Most Successful Artists Always Do, That You Can Do, To Give An Unforgettable Show” is indispensable.
I am delighted to finally reveal what I have been working on behind the scenes for many months now: a brand new e-learning programme for all kinds of musicians!
The second season of Success Beyond The Score has been a phenomenal jump from the original concept thanks to the contributions of the guests. Each has brought a whole different perspective about the music industry, which has added a lot of value to the conversations.
The second part of my interview with the legendary R&B and Soul singer Ruby Turner MBE is available now! Listen to it in all podcast platforms o watch on my YouTube channel
teresting themes, including: how to balance the mundane with the glamour of the stage, authenticity in the times of celebrity culture, and the different shapes and formats that artistic expression can take.
In this episode of Success Beyond The Score, I talk with Dan Whitehouse to find out how his music career started, how it is going, what he thinks about the importance of going to university in order to become a professional musician, and everything about being signed to a label.
There was some good news in the Budget speech, as SEISS and furlough were extended to September and more money also went into the Cultural Recovery Fund. However, the situation for musicians is still extremely difficult. The MU estimates over 70% of musicians are unsure about their future in the industry. The governments needs to do more!
Last Monday, we commemorated International Women’s Day. We had the opportunity to reflect and have a conversation about the issues that still stand in the way of gender equality. It is important that we don’t let the interest die with the change of day. That’s why today I recommend the reading “Gender Disparity In UK Jazz – A Discussion”.
Do you have an interest in music production? Have you wondered how people get started in this world, what are the challenges they must overcame, how is it like? Well, the full interview I had with Tony Bean, the founder and CEO of 5AM records, who has worked with big names like Kelly Rowland of Destiny’s child, Usher, Christina Aguilera, and more, is now available in all podcast streaming platforms, ready to answer all those questions!