16 | Biggest Lessons from Music this Decade (Interview with Marshall Street)

Super fun episode with lots of laughs with the Marshall Street Studios crew! This recording was actually taken from their podcast where we talk about my journey when bands should release an album, social media marketing, one of my biggest regrets as a musician, dealing with lineup changes and the HUGE bombshell that was dropped…

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Reflections From Studio Time: Why Every Local Band Needs to Work With a Producer

Recently, my band was in the studio recording a new single.  This particular session was one of the more challenging sessions I’ve experienced in a while for a number of reasons that I’ll go into shortly. But nonetheless, confronting and pushing through these challenges definitely made for a better end result! Each time I go into…

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15 | Music Marketing & Dealing With Trolls With Jayson Evans

Super pumped to bring you this episode with Jayson Evans – Music marketer, musician, producer, podcaster and more! This episode covers so many topics from music marketing, how to deal with musician burnout and dealing with online trolls (which is a reality pretty much anyone who has a presence on the internet will eventually face)!…

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14 | 5 Unexpected Lessons From Music College

When I left highschool there was nothing else I wanted to study except music. Yes, music college taught me about my instrument (bass and vocals) but in terms of business stuff, honestly, it wasn’t super applicable to being a musician in what was fast becoming a very different type of music industry. This episode breaks…

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How to Navigate a Drop in Engagement (Should You Start All Over Again?)

Jayson Evans and I connected on Instagram about a month or so ago after he found me through a hashtag. A HASHTAG! Since then we’ve released we’ve had a lot in common. Not only is he in a similar space to me as a podcaster and consultant for music artists, but we also share a…

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13 | How to Make Industry Connections + Ask to Pick Someone’s Brain

“Can I pick your brain?”  It’s a question that is scary to many peeps in the industry, especially if you are a consultant and normally charge people for access to your brain. But there is a right way to do it and this is what rock/metal publicist and I are going to talk about in…

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