7 Of the Healthiest (Fast) Food Options On Tour

[Editors Note: This article was written by Angela Mastrogiacomo. In this piece, Angela breaks down some of the healthier options in the world of fast food on the road, and some might surprise you. If you’re here to gear up on knowledge before you hit the road, be sure to read our recent Tour Survival […]

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Your Tour Survival Kit

[Editors Note: This article was written by Patrick McGuire.] Call me old (I’m 33), but touring inspires about as much dread in me as it does excitement these days. Yes, it’s an opportunity for me to connect with audiences, meet other musicians and share my art with the world, but even the thought of it […]

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5 Things To Bring to Every Live Show

[Editors Note: This article was written by Suzanne Paulinski.] Putting together a live show isn’t easy. You’ve got to find the right venue, pitch to and book the venue, promote the show, rehearse for the show, lug your gear to the show, and then perform! With so many moving pieces, not to mention the nerves […]

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How to Get Through a Show When Everything Goes Wrong

[Editors Note: This article was written by Patrick McGuire and originally appeared on Soundfly’s blog, Flypaper.] The thought of playing a show fraught with performance mistakes, sound problems, and an unengaged crowd is one that keeps musicians of all stripes awake at night. It makes perfect sense, too! After spending god knows much time, money, […]

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Booking & Performing Tips From Talent Buyers & Venue Managers

In honor of the first annual U.S. Independent Venue week a while back, we reached out to some bookers, promoters, talent buyers and venue managers to find out more about what indie artists could be doing to get better at DIY booking, what to consider when playing new venues or touring, and what talent buyers […]

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From Local to Regional: Making That Next Step

[Editors Note: This article was written by Rich Nardo. This is a continuation of last month’s installment about building your local fan base – be sure to give it a read!]   Congrats! You’re starting to really draw a crowd in your hometown and the local press outlets are taking notice. That’s a huge step […]

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U.S. Artists Touring Abroad: What You’ll Need & How To Procure It

[Editors Note: This article was written by Robert Lanterman and

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U.S. Artists Touring Abroad: What You’ll Need & How To Procure It

[Editors Note: This article was written by Robert Lanterman and originally appeared on Soundfly.]   For many artists, it’s a dream to see the world through the windshield of their vehicle. Touring and making a living on the road is an exciting way to travel, meet people, develop deeper relationships with your cohorts, etc. And […]

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A Brief Look At Live Performance Agreements [Part 1]

[Editors Note: This article was written by Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. Read Part 2 of this series here!]   While there has been a decline in recorded music sales, the live performance sphere of the music business continues to post substantial numbers. For example, in 2016, Billboard Magazine stated that “global “gross box-office revenue” exceeded […]

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2018 Tour Goals: Fly Passport-Free to Play These Two Island Cities with Incredible DIY Scenes

[Editors Note: This article was written by Jhoni Jackson, a music journalist and San Juan, Puerto Rico-based music venue owner.]   If you think living on a island is a tropical, sunny breeze, please exit the #islandvibes hashtag on Instagram immediately. All those beautiful beachside backdrops will leave you tripping over tropes; yes, the scenery can […]

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