It’s mistake to think you’re going to make a living being a session musician (in the traditional sense). The world is simply different compared to the studio heyday of the 70s and 80s. I was talking to Lee Ritenour about this recently. Lee was a 1st-call studio guitarist. Guess how many sessions he was booking per week…18! […]
I decided to create a 13 Week Email Reminder Series to help myself (and anyone else who wants to join me) be better at developing professional relationships. It’s based on a post called, Networking, Relationship Building, and Adding Value. I wrote it to help people rethink what it looks like to network, especially in music business.
One of my favorite satirical twitter accounts is chock-full of wonderfully hilarious passive aggressive tweets about being a “humble” working musician. Here are a few of my favorites…
A few weeks ago, I put in a significant amount prep and practice for what turned out to be a pretty relaxed 2 hour gig. Looking back, I probably could have survived doing much less, but I’m glad I didn’t. I don’t always do this, but I was feeling a little extra pressure knowing that I would be […]