When hiring a band, it’s important to show you’re respecting the musicians’ time and talent, and to do that, you need to clearly communicate the details.
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It may sound corny or cliché, it may sound like bad advice at first, but “fake it til you make it” is one of the core tennets of visualizing your success.
Sure, watching your play count and “likes” totals go up feels good, but how do you analyze how and why they went up so you can create meaningful progress?
Some handy tips for the touring musician as to how to keep healthy and energized on the road without sacrificing too much of your precious nightly earnings.
Invited to play on a bigger stage, opening for a bigger band? Here’s a guide to help you nail that support set to keep them coming back!
We spoke to NYC bands Pinc Louds and The Living Strange about how they’re able to create some of the most exciting, innovative live music performances ever!
Whether it’s your first time or fifth, the recording studio can be very intimidating and expensive. In order to not waste time and money, follow these tips.
Since making our latest free online course with Bandzoogle, we’ve been checking out all of the features musicians can use to book better gigs. Take a look!
No matter what type of songs you write, or who you write them for, here are some templates for showcasing your work to your audience, courtesy of Bandzoogle
Culled from our free online course on tour booking, promotion and management, this video explores tips on how to find the best venues for your music.