“It’s not always how much you earn, but how much you learn” says Bobby Borg, a musician, music business teacher and author of Music Marketing for the DIY Musician and Billboard Books best-seller The Musician’s Handbook
“You can do a lot of things in 15 minutes,” says Jonathan Feist, music educator, writer, and publisher talking about music management and how we can work with deadlines. No wonder he’s the editor in chief of…
From Three Sheets to Drinking Made Easy, Zane Lamprey decided to use Kickstarter to fund his show Chug, which is now airing on the National Geographic Channel. This episode is sponsored by Brennivin USA
What does it take to be an improv musician? Laura Hall from Whose Line Is It Anyways talks about the show, The Sweet Potatoes, Improv Karaoke and how we can make it as improv musicians.
From being chosen by Roger Taylor to play Freddie Mercury in Queen Exravaganza to his own creation The Impersonator, Marc Martel tells us about his journey so far.
From My Darkest Days to Smashing Satellites, Sal talks about his journey from moving from a band to a solo project.
He got kicked out of class for doing voices as a kid, now he´s one of the biggest voice-over actors. The voice behind Winnie The Pooh, Tigger and Darkwing Duck tells us his tricks to voice-acting
What´s it like being a voice-actor and voice-doubling celebrities like Johnny Depp, Chrisopher Walken and Jay Baruchel? James Arnold Taylor takes us on a journey of voice-acting
From Mr. Big to Power Rangers to acoustic gigs around the world, singer Eric Martin tells all. Fitting since Mr. Big´s latest album is called “The Stories We Could Tell”.
How do you write an e-mail to ask a blog to review your song? Jo Braswell from Badass Bands Blog talks about live music, music submissions and the LA music scene
What does it take to put two men in ballerina outfits and re-enact a scene they made famous as kids? Brian Pocrass tells us how he did the reunion for The Little Rascals, Problem Child…