Posts by Bree Noble

Advice for Musicians Who Are Scattered Creatives

advice for musicians

Turning just three simple steps into habits can transform scattered creatives into productive musicians. The most common advice for musicians I give is to take 3 simple steps and form them into habits. If you’re a musician who has lots of great ideas and has trouble acting on them, you might be called a scattered…

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FEM182 Setting Music Goals, Time Management & Delegation with Suzanne Paulinski The Rock/Star Advocate

music goals

Suzanne Paulinski, The Rockstar Advocate, and I discuss topics like mindset, goal setting, planning, productivity and habits . Although music goals are approached by Suzanne and I in similar ways, they are still very different. With her background in counseling, she brings a fresh perspective when it comes to setting up and running a music…

FEM181 Connecting With Fans Across The Globe With Jenn Bostic

connecting with fans

Raw, real emotions and struggles inspire pop, gospel, soul artist, Jenn Bostic, to write music that her fans can relate to. Connecting with fans seems to come easy for Jenn Bostic. Her music is unpredictable and she isn’t afraid to follow her heart in the music she creates. In her most recent album, Revival, she…

FEM180 Artist Development & Performance Coach Vicki Ambinder

artist development

Vicki Ambinder has been a professional in the performance and media arts for almost 40 years, helping musicians and artists deal with common issues around performing live and in the studio. Artist development and performance coach, Vicki Ambinder, works with musicians of all ages, levels and genres to enhance their performing skills in both the…

FEM179 How To Build Long-Term Relationships With Music Venues with Tara B & Bree Noble

music venues

Tara B shares the tips and tricks she has learned in over 25 years of booking music venues. Her successful strategy focuses on building relationships that lead to bookings and re-bookings. Booking music venues since the age of 15, Tara B made the realization that as long as she wanted to perform live, booking would…

FEM178 Lessons In Music PR with Dawn Jones

music PR

Learn how to implement effective promotion strategies for your brand and music with PRESSED PR founder, Dawn Jones. To have an effective music PR campaign, an independent artist needs to be doing more than just making music. Today we will dive into the promotion of tours, album releases and getting attention with Dawn Jones, of PRESSED…

FEM177 Why You Might Be Resisting Concert Booking & How To Overcome It with Bree Noble & Beth Matthew

concert booking

FIMC Community Manager, Beth Matthew, shares the struggles that held her back from concert booking and the steps she took to break through booking resistance. Concert booking can be nerve wracking for even the most seasoned artists but unfortunately, it’s something we need to work through if we want to share our gifts with the…

FEM176 YouTube Music Promotion & Recording Using Artificial Intelligence with Taryn Southern

youtube music promotion

At just 18 or 19 years old, Taryn Southern knew that if she could learn to use the skills and software to produce and record her own music, she would be less dependent on other people. Youtube music promotion is being used by most artists in today’s world. As an artist and technologist, Taryn Southern…

FEM175 How & Why To Build Relationships with Music Industry Contacts with D Grant Smith

music industry contacts

The relationship between artist and fan isn’t the only one you should be building in your music business. D Grant Smith shares some tips and tricks on cultivating relationships with music industry contacts that will foster growth in your music career. Connecting with music industry contacts is necessary for growth and that’s why D Grant…

FEM174 How To Find The Best Virtual Assistant For Musicians with Bree Noble

virtual assistant for musicians

Running your business as a one-woman operation won’t work as your music business grows. Learn how to find a virtual assistant for musicians and what to outsource. Finding a virtual assistant for musicians doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, it can be as easy as outsourcing some tasks to family and friends who want…

FEM173 Improving Artist And Venue Communication with Carolina Castilla Founder of Massive Act

venue communication

Carolina Castilla, creator of Massive Act, moved from Colombia to Silicon Valley to start her company from scratch, without knowing anyone when she saw a need in the industry. Venue communication can be difficult in the music business so when Founder of Massive Act, Carolina Castilla, noticed a need while working as a promoter, she…

FEM172 Music Library Licensing Opportunities with Art Munson of Music Library Report

music library licensing

Art Munson, founder of Music Library Report sat down with me to talk about the benefits of using MLR for music library licensing. Art Munson isn’t new to the world of music library licensing, in fact, he’s had placements on Oprah, America’s Got Talent, Entertainment Tonight and ABC World News. In his younger years, he…

5 Platforms for Musicians to Earn More Money

platforms for musicians

These days there are some cool platforms for musicians that offer unexpected opportunities for making money.   Platforms for musicians have changed beyond recognition over the past few years, but making a sustainable income remains, as always, the musician’s main concern. It may seem that each new technological development is a further monetary blow to artists,…

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FEM171 Making Music Merch More Profitable with Vanessa Ferrer of Merch Cat

music merch

Vanessa Ferrer , founder of Merch Cat, is an expert when it comes to music merch. With her background in music and business, she created Merch Cat to help musicians leverage this income stream. A successful businesswoman for 15 years, Vanessa Ferrer has managed touring artists and consulted with industry pros. In 2015, she created Merch…

FEM170 How To Get The Most Out Of Taxi Music with Founder & CEO Michael Laskow

taxi music

Music licensing for film and TV can be a lucrative income stream for artists. Taxi Music Founder and CEO, Michael Laskow, answers your questions about his company and their mission. For 26 years, Taxi Music has been bridging the gap between artists and music supervisors. In fact, having a direct connection to music supervisors has…

How Musician’s Can Avoid Burnout & Still Be Productive

avoid burnout

Learn tried and true tricks to avoid burnout and still make progress in your music business. Find the original post on ReverbNation. A few months ago, I was on the verge of burnout. Maybe you can relate? Feeling overwhelmed, like there just aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done, is quite common…

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FEM169 The State of Music Business Today with Bree Noble & Rick Barker

music business today

Having been in the music industry for 30 years, Rick Barker knows a thing or two about what works when it comes to being a successful musician. The music business today is ever-changing so I asked Rick Barker to share his thoughts on some of these changes and what that means for musicians in our…