5 Emails Publicists Love Getting From Bands
[Editors Note: This article was written by Amy Sciarretto and originally appeared on the Sonicbids Blog.] Sometimes, unsigned and up-and-coming bands will reach out and ask about rates and packages for them. When they do so with politeness, general curiosity, via a recommendation from an associate, and with good business sense, I will vet it […]View Post
Do You Need a Publicist Or Just Some Research?
[Editors Note: This blog was written by Rich Nardo. Rich is a freelance writer and editor, and is the Director of Public Relations and Creative at NGAGE.] Building out your team as an artist is a very difficult process. Young musicians often believe having a manager, a publicist or a booking agent onboard will be the […]View Post
7 Game-Changing Ways to Get Press Without a Publicist
TuneCore Artist Jennifer Paige has been busy. Her new duo Paige & Palermo released their debut EP, Stay, to rave reviews. MTV.com‘s Buzzworthy says “the two croon, resembling a more electronica-tinged Lady Antebellum, or even shades of Fleetwood Mac.” Jennifer took the time to share some tips with us on how artists can get press without a publicist…
As an indie artist, when someone asks my budget, I wanna laugh. Umm…what can we do for zero dollars? Even fair and small expenses can add up quickly and derail the indie artist. It’s all money coming out of our pockets – no Daddy Warbucks, no major label Cash Cow paying our expenses. We put all of our hard-earned money into making a record, and there’s nothing left for promotion. But without promotion, no one will ever hear our music…View Post