Despite what we would like, success in the music industry has more to it than passion, dedication and discipline. A lot of external factors play into determining whether or not you will be able to get gigs regularly, grow in digital platforms or sign with a record label. Don’t worry, thought, because there are resources available for you to identify and overcome these challenges along the way.
Listen to Millicent’s advice in regards of song share splits in this episode of Success Beyond The Score.
Different people learn differently, and as much as I trust my podcast Success Beyond The Score, I know that, for some, reading is the best way to grasp new concepts. For that reason, among others, I wrote Revealed: 25 Secrets Of The Successful Gigging Musician, Singer, Rapper & Spoken Word Artiste, a booklet that condenses a lot of what I have learned in my extense career as a professional musician.
In this episode of “Success Beyond The Score”, Millicent helps you find some strategies to deal with personality clashes and keep your band on rails.
Revealed: 25 Secrets Of The Successful Gigging Musician, Singer, Rapper & Spoken Word Artiste is the best of the best in terms of advice to help you find your path in music, a refined and practical guide that comes from my experience as a multi-award saxophonist.
Destiny’s Child. Beyonce. Pussycat Dolls. Nicole Scherzinger. Fifth Harmony. Camila Cabello. A group of three school friends who never made it to the stage. Rihanna. Groups and solo artists who have hit different levels of success and make you wonder…. what is better, to be in or out a band?
Business cards. An investment or an unnecessary purchase? In this episode, Millicent gives you some insights to help you shape your image and sell what you do in a better way.
In the third episode of Beyond The Score, Millicent explains some strategies for you to get where you want with your music career instead of waiting for someone else to make it happen.
I am happy to announce that I have been assigned a seat in the Musicians’ Union Executive Committee.