The #1 Skill Artists Need To Get Organized

[Editors Note: This is the first in a series of articles on organization written by Debbie Stanley. Vote for Debbie’s “Time Management For Musicians” Panel to be held at SXSW 2017.] The most essential organizational skill for a DIY musician is time management. Organizing your data and your belongings are important too, but those also require first organizing […]

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6 Essential Tools for Indie Artists

By W. Tyler Allen Being a DIY musician in today’s industry requires, work and hustle — but it’s possible. Straight up, it’s completely possible to become a successful independent artist in today’s digital landscape. How exciting is that?! You can make it, but like any profession or task, you need tools. Throughout my career working […]

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Berklee Welcomed TuneCore CEO for Music Business Lecture

Berklee Welcomed TuneCore CEO Andreea Gleeson for Annual Music Business Lecture Gleeson was the honoree at the 30th Annual James G. Zafris Distinguished Lecture Series [L-R]: Professor Tonya Butler; Andreea Gleeson, Chief Executive Officer, TuneCoreBoston, MA (November 21, 2023) — Berklee’s Music Business/Management Department commemorated the 30th annual James G. Zafris Distinguished Lecture series with guest […]

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TuneCore Tuesdays: Brent Morgan

Starting out on YouNow, Morgan has now amassed a huge loyal following on YouTube & TikTok. “If you’re putting out good music, it’s going to be found.”

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September 2020 Industry Wrap-Up

by Julia Gomberg Another month is behind us and you know what that means: we’re dropping a hand-selected group of headlines aimed at keeping independent artists aware of what’s happening in the music industry each month. Check out what you might have missed in September! COVID-19 Spawns New ‘Livestreamers’ Chart for Music IndustryIndustry trade publication […]

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“Hang On – You Do What?!” A Guide to Roles in the Music Industry

For way too long artists have been getting their roles confused. Thinking managers do press, publicists book shows, and tour managers book tours. And who could blame them? After all, the industry has become such a hodge podge of different roles and it seems that they’re constantly changing depending on who you talk to.

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What Does a Publicist DO, Anyway?

There’s not a lot of information out there about what it is a publicist actually does, and depending on what industry you’re in and how big of an artist you’re working with, your responsibilities can vary to a pretty large degree.

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TuneCore Social

TuneCore Social TuneCore Social is your all-in-one solution for social media management with the capabilities of multiple apps all in one place to simplify social media for artists on the go.Get started today and start saving time and money all while taking the mystery out of how to do social media. Get Started Social Posting […]

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Mastering Your Merch – Merch Strategy [Part 2]

In Part 2 of our “Mastering Your Merch” series, Merch Cat’s Vanessa Ferrer shows artists the ropes on maximizing mech strategies on the road and online.

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The S.T.A.G.E.S. of Email Marketing [Pt. 3]

[Editors Note: This is the third volume in a multi-part series by Cheryl B. Engelhardt, singer/songwriter, composer, and the owner of the music career consultation site In The Key of Success. Cheryl will be breaking down the key S.T.A.G.E.S. of email marketing for independent artists – we invite you to follow along over the next […]

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