Making Money With Your Music in the UK
Making, performing and releasing music may sometimes feel like labour of love – why, sometimes we are even expected to pay to play gigs. Yet so much cost can be involved: equipment, instruments, recordings, studying, coaching/music lessons… not forgetting the hours we put in for composition, practice, marketing and promotion.Getting Gigs As a Professional Band
Everyone has dreamed at some point of being in a band. But playing Wembley Stadium to 1000s of screaming fans and travelling around in chauffeur driven limousines unfortunately isn’t the reality of your average professional band.An Unsigned Bands Guide to Touring
A popular dream for an up and coming band is touring. Whilst often perceived as something only ‘big’ bands do, It’s regularly achieved by those without a big following and can be great way of meeting new musicians and promoting your band.Don’t Under Value Yourself
Selling yourself cheap because you don’t think you deserve better. Remember you deserve every penny.Getting The Most Out Of Your Band Website
If you’re an experienced music promoter, you know how powerful a strong web presence can be. For those that aren’t experienced at promoting, there are certain elements every band website must have in order to get the most out of every visit. Find out how each of these elements can impact your web presence.