Posts Tagged ‘performer’

FEM168 How To Book A Music Tour That Satisfies Your Passion for Traveling with Prita Grealy

music and travel

Australian artist, Prita Grealy, didn’t have plans to start a career in music. In fact, it was a breakthrough on a private yacht and an opportunity at a 5-star resort that changed her trajectory. Travel had always been a passion of Prita Grealy. Growing up in a family that moved around often and a love…

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…

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

best concert venues

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…

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,…

FEM132 Symptoms and Treatment for Strained Vocal Cords and Instrument-Related Repetitive Injuries with Sara Giita

Treatment for strained vocal cords

Sara Giita is no stranger to treatment for strained vocal cords and other artist injuries. She has dedicated the last ten years to teaching ergonomic injury preventative technique in her private piano and voice studio. At the age of just 19 as a piano major, Sara Giita, suffered a playing related repetitive strain injury. She…

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

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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…

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…

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

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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…