Music Business Mindset Podcast

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31. Advice from Industry Veteran Jason Davis
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  • 31. Advice from Industry Veteran Jason Davis

    31. Advice from Industry Veteran Jason Davis

    Oct 6, 2021 •

    Jason Davis has been in the music business for over two decades. Starting as a songwriter and moving into management and executive roles, today he is a partner for multiple music businesses including One One 7 and Noble Management. -- Learn the gamepla

  • 30.  Building a Sustainable Touring Business with Brandon Hughes

    30. Building a Sustainable Touring Business with Brandon Hughes

    Sep 15, 2021 •

    Ever feel like youre spinning your wheels with shows? Stressed at the idea of planning a tour? Todays episode is for you. We talk with booking agent and owner of Revel Talent Alliance, Brandon Hughes, whos worked with artists like Michigander, Vespertee

  • 29. Chris Graham’s Journey with PTSD and Designing A Healthy Business

    29. Chris Graham’s Journey with PTSD and Designing A Healthy Business

    Sep 1, 2021 •

    Chris Graham is a musician turned mastering engineer turned business coach turned activist. You may know him from the 6 Figure Creative Podcast. Today Chris shares his story, his journey with PTSD and mental health, and how thats taught him to build a b

  • 28. How The Talbott Bros Raised 2x Their Indiegogo Goal

    28. How The Talbott Bros Raised 2x Their Indiegogo Goal

    Aug 25, 2021 •

    Raising money as a musician can be hard. If youve ever considered doing an Indiegogo or Kickstarter for an album, you need to listen to this episode! The Talbott Brothers join us again to talk about what theyve been up to the past year, how their busine

  • 27. Why You Need to Make Lyric Videos (ft. Anthony of LyricVids.com)

    27. Why You Need to Make Lyric Videos (ft. Anthony of LyricVids.com)

    Aug 17, 2021 •

    When you release a new song you need content to promote it. Lyric videos are a huge opportunity to promote your song – not just for hype, but for discoverability. We sit down with Anthony Craparotta of LyricVids.com on why lyric videos are an important

  • 26. Todd Barriage on the Power of Covers and Embracing Humor

    26. Todd Barriage on the Power of Covers and Embracing Humor

    Aug 3, 2021 •

    Todd Barriage is a producer and artist from Ontario, Canada. He first gained a following on YouTube after posting covers before transitioning to original songs – with fun stunts and merch for promotion (for instance branded condoms). More recently he co

  • 25. Lords of the Trident: Crushing Your Crowdfunding

    25. Lords of the Trident: Crushing Your Crowdfunding

    Jul 27, 2021 •

    Would you like an extra $50-$3000/month? This episode is for you. We talk with Fang VonWrathenstein (mortal name: Ty Christian) of Lords of the Trident (aka the most metal band on earth) about how theyve been crushing their Patreon game with 300 active

  • 24. Six COVID Takeaways for ALL Musicians pt.2 (Bandhive Crossover)

    24. Six COVID Takeaways for ALL Musicians pt.2 (Bandhive Crossover)

    Jul 20, 2021 •

    COVID hit us all hard. But we have an opportunity to let it be a learning experience. In this special episode of Music Business Mindset, we are teaming up with the Bandhive podcast to bring you our top six takeaways from COVID. This episode is the sec

  • 23. Graham Cochrane on Making Money as an Artist

    23. Graham Cochrane on Making Money as an Artist

    Jun 2, 2021 •

    Graham Cochrane is the founder of the Recording Revolution, a Youtube channel and online academy that helps artists record themselves at home. Hes since pivoted into helping people develop online businesses that involve content creation and passive incom

  • 22. Jake Rye on Being a Go-Giver

    22. Jake Rye on Being a Go-Giver

    May 26, 2021 •

    Jake Rye is a producer, bass player, and all-around great guy. After spending time in the band Sanctus Real and working as a professional songwriter/engineer in Nashville, he moved to Adrian, Michigan to build his production business, where he not only r

31. Advice from Industry Veteran Jason Davis

Jason Davis has been in the music business for over two decades. Starting as a songwriter and moving into management and executive roles, today he is a partner for multiple music businesses including One One 7 and Noble Management. -- Learn the gamepla
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23. Graham Cochrane on Making Money as an Artist

Graham Cochrane is the founder of the Recording Revolution, a Youtube channel and online academy that helps artists record themselves at home. Hes since pivoted into helping people develop online businesses that involve content creation and passive incom
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22. Jake Rye on Being a Go-Giver

Jake Rye is a producer, bass player, and all-around great guy. After spending time in the band Sanctus Real and working as a professional songwriter/engineer in Nashville, he moved to Adrian, Michigan to build his production business, where he not only r
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20. “09” – A band with only guest vocals

09 is a band from the Pacific Northwest, drawing inspiration from the hardcore and punk scene from around 2009. They dont have a permanent lead singer – all of their songs feature a guest vocalist. Tune in to hear how they used this as an advantage for
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19. Jason Grishkoff, Founder of SubmitHub

If youre releasing music, youve probably heard about SubmitHub – and how polarizing it is. Essentially, its a way to streamline your promotion of music to blogs and playlists. We sit down with the founder of SubmitHub, Jason Grishkoff, and ask him some
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18. Wild Rivers: It’s Ok To Figure it Out As You Go

Nobody has it all figured out – especially in the music industry. Maybe you’ve let your fear of not knowing how to do everything correctly prevent you from growing your career… don’t let that hold you back from your dreams! Today’s guest, Wild Rivers, i
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