Posts Tagged ‘female musicians’

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

FEM111: How To Avoid Music Scams

music scams

Music scams are all over the place in today’s world. With some common sense and know how,you can improve your chances of avoiding scams in online submission opportunities. We’ve all heard of the phrase “too good to be true.” This can be the case when it comes to music licensing opportunities so I thought it…

FEM75 Facebook Live for Musicians & Other Ways To Reach New Audiences with April Duran

facebook live for musicians and other ways to reach new audiences

I was so happy to reconnect with April Duran this week. She was one of the first interviews I did back in 2015 when we started this podcast. Since then, she has started her own record label, Raghouse Records and she has been doing huge things to help female artists broaden their horizons in nontraditional…