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FEM131 How To Keep Your Music Habits On Track This Year

music goals

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

music fans

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…

FEM129 Creating A Deep Connection With Her Fans Through Live Performance with Rehya Stevens

live performance

Growing up around the music industry, Rehya Stevens knew as a teenager that her passion for music would lead her to be a professional musician. Learn how she uses a live performance to connect with her audience. For the last 17 years, Rehya Stevens has been an independent artist, becoming a successful session and live…

FEM128 The Accidental Musician Turned Pro with Meghan Cary

accidental musician

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…

FEM127 How To Regain Control of Your Personal & Music Inbox And Save Your Sanity

music inbox

Limiting the amount of digital clutter in your life can make you more productive and feel less overwhelmed. Email is the major source of digital clutter so today I am giving you some easy tactics on how you can dramatically decrease the amount of emails in your music inbox. Is your music inbox overflowing with…

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

music success

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

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…

FEM124 Advice from Voice Coach & Holistic Artist Mentor Wendy Parr

voice coach

Voice coach Wendy Parr is one of the country’s top coaches, having worked with many artists from their first voice lesson all the way to a Grammy Award. She shares how she helps each artist develop and maintain their signature style through holistic techniques. As a voice coach, producer, mentor, award winning songwriter, and artist,…

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…

FEM122 Songwriting Tips from Kevin Thomas of Songwriting Planet

songwriting tips

Kevin Thomas from Songwriting Planet stopped by to share some songwriting tips and different techniques he uses to improve his songs and the songs of his students. Songwriting tips didn’t come naturally to Kevin Thomas. He started asking questions about systematic techniques to use while songwriting and eventually went to Berklee College of Music to…

FEM121 How A Community of Musicians Can Support & Elevate Your Career with Lindsay Katt

community of musicians

Lindsay Katt is a spiritual and heart centered artist who wants to create art for the sake of art. She enjoys the process just as much as the finished product and is here to tell us how she has gotten to where she is today by keeping the joy in creating. It’s critical to be…

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…

FEM119 How To Promote A Show with Facebook Messenger

how to promote a show

Have you wondered how to promote a show? Facebook Messenger offers a new and fun way to connect with your audience and keep them abreast of upcoming events. Watch and read on to learn how I use Messenger and ManyChat to engage with my audience and grow my business. Today we talk about how to…

FEM118 How To Improve Your Singing And Survive The Music Industry with Judy Rodman

how to improve your singing

Judy Rodman has worked with many well known artists as well as contestants on shows like The Voice, American Idol and America’s Got Talent. Today, she is with us to share how she got started as a vocal coach and how she can help you improve your singing. Judy Rodman doesn’t only teach you how…

FEM117 Why Teaching Private Lessons Is The Key To Sustainable Income from Music with Allie Tyler

private lessons

Teaching private lessons can be fulfilling and pay the bills, according to Allie Tyler of the Marketed Musician. Learn how and why teaching music can create sustainable income to supplement your music business. Private lessons are something that professionally trained musician, Allie Tyler, feels strongly about. Every musician is qualified for teaching private lessons because they…

FEM115 Using Facebook Messenger To Engage with Music Super Fans

Do you use Facebook Messenger to engage with your music super fans? Today I am demystifying the concept of messenger bots and showing musicians how they can use them to interact with their audience. By now most people have Facebook accounts and now with Facebook Messenger, it’s even easier to stay in contact with almost…

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…

FEM114 Advice for Musicians Who Lack Self-Confidence with Bree Noble & Beth Matthew

advice for musicians

Today, I offer advice for musicians as I was interviewed by one of my team members. Self confidence issues are something that plague many of artists in the back of our minds and I go in depth about how I found ways to move past these crippling mental blocks. Beth Matthew started working on my…

FEM113 From Disney Child Star To Finding Her True Voice at Age 40 with Jennifer McGill

child star

Former child star, Jennifer McGill, has always had a passion for music and entertaining. Unlike her Mickey Mouse Club co-stars who went on to have massive careers in the industry, Jennifer just released her debut full length album, “Unbreakable.” Out of all the interviews I have done over the last couple of years, this interview…

FEM112 Why Every Artist Should Release an Album or Single For The Holidays

single for the holidays

Whether it’s a single for the holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas or for St. Patrick’s Day or Valentine’s Day, every artist should have one. Today, I will go over why you should have a single for the holidays and how you can use it to further your musician business. The holidays are coming up and that…