Posts Tagged ‘female artist’

FEM157 Mindfulness for Musicians with Alicia Mathewson

mindfulness for musicians

Alicia Mathewson talks about how her mindset has set her up for nothing but success in her music career. Mindfulness for musicians is something Alicia Mathewson practices and shares daily with her clients in Sounding Still Wellness, her private energy and sound therapy practice. Writing and singing since age 6 and releasing 4 albums, she…

FEM146 4 Collaborative Marketing Strategies for Musicians

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All boats rise with the tide and instead of competing with each other, musicians should find ways to work together to promote their music. Collaborative marketing is a great way for musicians to promote one another’s music and grow email lists and fan bases. Aligning yourself with musicians who have similar genres, work ethics or…

FEM144 Music Crowdfunding for Instrumentalists with Brass Chick Kate Amrine

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In our first interview with a female brass player, Kate Amrine talks about music crowdfunding and how she made music a full time career through teaching and performing. When she started music crowdfunding, Kate Amrine was surprised by how many strangers wanted to support her campaign. It wasn’t the random people that made the difference,…

FEM143 Why Building A Musician Email List Is More Important Than Ever Before

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With 2018 deemed the “year of connection”, musicians are finding email lists more important than ever and focusing less on social media platforms. Some people are rocking their musician email list and some people are resisting it all together. It can be intimidating to figure out what to email about, however, the chance to reach…

FEM142 How To Make Money Selling Music Online & At Live Shows Without Being “Sales-y”

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Don’t feel shy, uncomfortable or even pushy about selling your music. Offering items for sale gives your audience a way to support you and thank you. Struggling with how to make money selling music online? No one wants to feel like they are being sleazy or tacky when asking for sales. Today, I will share…

FEM141 Music Showcase Opportunities for Women with Ashley Kervabon of #WomenCrush Music

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Ashley Kervabon was a singer-songwriter living in Portland, Oregon when she realized her mission was to build a community for women in the music industry. #WomenCrush Music was created to help fellow female artists advance in their careers. Creating music showcase opportunities is one of the driving factors behind #WomenCrush Music, which is all about promoting female…

FEM138 How To Make Money With Music By Expanding Your Income Streams with Naomi LaViolette

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As a struggling single mom, Naomi Laviolette was considering joining the 9-5 workforce until the advice from a friend motivated her to make money with music. Once Naomi Laviolette learned to make money with music, nothing was stopping her. As a performing, singer, songwriter and recording artist, she was just steps away from having music…

FEM137 When & How To Suggest An Artist Booking Contract, Deposit or Guarantee with Tara B & Bree Noble

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Don’t get caught in a sticky situation. Having an artist booking contract is a smart idea for artists who gig frequently. Tara B shares what she learned through her own experiences. Do you have an artist booking contract? Unfortunately, things don’t always go as planned so it’s always a good idea to have a clear…

FEM135 The Best Concert Venues You’ve Probably Never Explored with Lisa Lynne

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Finding the best concert venues can be a struggle for any artist. Lisa Lynne stopped by to share some of her own secrets that lead her to writing her brand new book. Last time I met with Lisa Lynne, on Episode 27, she was just starting to write her book, How to Succeed at Self-Produced…

FEM134 Fighting Facebook ZERO: New Facebook Strategies For Musicians

Facebook strategies for musicians

With limited space in the news feeds, Facebook is changing its algorithm once again to deter people from leaving the platform. Here are some quick Facebook strategies for musicians to use to combat this issue and get their posts seen by fans. Advertising and un-engaging posts are causing people to leave Facebook so a new…

FEM133 My Top 5 Lessons Learning In 2017 & How You Can Apply Them To Your Music Career in 2018

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2017 was a year of learning in my music career so I am sharing my top 5 takeaways and how you can apply them to your music career in 2018. What are you doing differently in 2018 in your music career? Learn what you can do build an audience connection, focus on what is working,…

FEM131 How To Keep Your Music Habits On Track This Year

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Start 2018 off on the right foot with establishing music habits early in the year. Setting yourself up for success all year long is easy if you put these resources and techniques to the test. Pledging yourself to new music habits for 90 days and then re-evaluating is not only practical but it’s also less…

FEM130 Make 2018 A Year of Transformation For You & Your Music Fans

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Transformation is not just something we need to strive for in our own career, but we need to create experiences of transformation for our music fans as well. Transformation can be created in your own career through: Planning Learning And you can create transformation for your music fans through: Intentionality Authenticity Getting out of your…

FEM128 The Accidental Musician Turned Pro with Meghan Cary

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Accidental musician turned pro, Meghan Cary, didn’t set out to be a musician. A panic attack in college led to her changing her major from chemistry and math to drama, and ultimately, becoming a musician and performer. As a chemistry wiz and actress, it wasn’t until her fiancé tragically died that Meghan Cary picked up…

FEM126 Music Success Is A Series of Incremental “Wins” with Daphne Willis

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Triple threat artist, Daphne Willis, shares with us how she has found music success through celebrating many wins. Daphne Willis has found music success in many different ways including music placements, being performed by other artists and being signed by a well known publishing company. Not only is she a fabulous songwriter and performer, her…

FEM125 Female Indie Artists Who Stepped Up Their Game In 2017 with Kristin Chambers & Sarah Baker

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Today, we met up with Kristin Chambers and Sarah Baker who have been up to some great things in 2017 and how it changed everything in their music careers. Female indie artists, Kristin and Sarah, have both been able to get more into the recording and engineering of their own music this year. Thanks to…

FEM120: Marketing Lessons For Musicians From Over 300,000 Downloads of The Women of Substance Music Podcast

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Time flies when you’re having fun and here at Women of Substance Radio & Podcast, it has been a fun-filled 10 years! With this milestone, I found it appropriate to share the marketing lessons I have learned over the years. A music podcast is about sharing things with other people and gaining traction. Not starting out…

FEM104 Success as a Professional Musician Takes Patience & Consistency with Katherine Moller

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Professional musician and fiddler, Katherine Moller, joined me to talk about how she has turned her passion from hobby to full time career. Applying for grants, crowdfunding and just plain getting stuff done is what has catapulted Katherine Moller to the role of professional musician. As a student in my Female Musician Academy, Katherine is…

FEM102 Artist Booking & Finding Your Audience with Nancy Moran

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Nancy Moran was with us to talk about artist booking. As the co-founder of Azalea Music, she is a mentor to artists helping them pave the way for their music career. Getting a late start in music and having worked her way through struggles hasn’t slowed Nancy down. She has spent a great deal of time helping…

FEM23 Planning A Music Festival with Victoria Boyington

I talk to Victoria Boyington, a successful musician, founder of the California Women’s Music Festival. She talks about her journey as a singer and songwriter to planning a music festival which aims to bring together women musician for the advancement of womens’ role in the music industry and to inspire strength in every women artist. The Vision…