Women In 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…

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…

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…

FEM166 How To Build A Music Career On Your Own Terms with Cassandra Kubinski

build a music career

Global Co-Chair of Membership for Women In Music, Cassandra Kubinski, shares her tips and tricks on how to build a music career and how she stays grounded in her life. For musicians looking to build a music career, Cassandra Kubinksi brings tons of knowledge to the table. As a Profitable Musician Summit guest, back in…

FEM162 A Support System for Female Musicians with Bree Noble, Catherine M Thompson, Sheila Veerkamp & Beth Matthew

female musicians

Women face a unique set of challenges in the male-dominated music industry. The Female Indie Musician Community (FIMC) was created to give women a safe place to be seen, heard and found for their musical talent. Female musicians, Catherine M Thompson and Sheila Veerkamp, joined Beth Matthew and I for a discussion about the state…

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

music showcase

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…

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

female indie artists

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…

FEM123 Studio Skills & Role Models for Women with Fett & Bree

studio skills

As more and more women are breaking into the recording industry, it’s time we hone in on studio skills and helping women feel confident in the studio. Fett is here for a second time talking about how to be looked at as a professional in the studio instead of an amateur. Despite having professional studio…

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

music podcast

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…

FEM116 Woman Walk The Line: How The Women In Country Music Changed Our Lives with Holly Gleason

women in country music

Holly Gleason, music critic, academic and artist development consultant is here to talk about her lifetime love of writing, music and her book Woman Walk the Line: How Women in Music Changed Our Lives. Holly started out writing about competitive golf as a teen but having the “fiercest record collection on the East side of…

FEM101 Audio Production for Women

audio production

Expert in audio production, Fett, of Azalea Music talks about how he supports women in the music business and his clinic, Empowering Women in Audio.   For over 3 decades, Fett has been working in audio production. During that time, women were typically not seen in that side of the industry. Over the last three to five years, increasingly more…

FEM91 Songwriting Camp For Girls & Women with Kirsti Manna

songwriting camp

Kirsti Manna’s songwriting camp empowers women and girls to find their creative voice. Not only did her 6 week #1 hit “Austin” introduce Blake Shelton to country music, but Kirsti also has an interesting history in acting where she had a TV show called Kirsti’s Manor. Kirsti has been gracious enough to offer a ticket to her…

FEM89 Behind The Scenes with Female Indie Artists Jiana Wessel & Beth Matthew

female indie artists

Female Indie Artists Jiana Wessel and Beth Matthew shared their journeys as independent artists in their music career. An important part of an artist’s journey is to learn about that of other artist’s so you don’t feel like you are on your own. I was so happy to meet up with Beth and Jiana today. As members of…

FEM34 How To Be A Successful Musician Without Sacrificing Your Family with Martha’s Trouble

how to be a successful musician

Jen and Rob of Martha’s Trouble talk to me about how they manage their priorities; family and musical career. Learn how to be a successful musician from their journey as career and life partners. The lessons they learned from their mentor which gave them a breakthrough in their passion and the experiences they have earned…

FEM32 Celebrating Famous Women in Music with Joanna Jewett

famous women in music

Musician and marketing director, Joanna Jewett, tells me about her idea of creating an event to celebrate famous women in music and how she made it work into success.  I also talk with her about changes in her music career and self-promotion. Creating Respect CNY – Celebrating Women in Music Turning an idea into an…

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…

FEM17 Learning From Music Mentors And Making Her Mark on the Music Industry with Laura B Whitmore

Music marketer, Laura B Whitmore, talks about how she worked with music mentors and gained knowledge, experience and confidence in making her dream music business happen. She tells me about how she started pursuing her daydreamt goals and into becoming the founder of the Women’s International Music Network (The WiMN). Starting Mad Sun Marketing Using…