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chapter 4, managing, performing and booking gigs, loren weisman, artists guide

Chapter 4: Managing, Performing And Booking Gigs

May 27th, 2014 Posted by No Comment yet

Chapter 4: Managing, Performing & Booking Gigs How to book from my music marketing book. Below are video and audio previews to the Managing, Performing and Booking Gigs Chapter of The Artist’s Guide to Success in the Music Business, 2nd Edition. Chapter 4 focuses on all the aspects of handling gigs from managing and booking them to the performing and traveling to and from them.

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Chapter 4: Managing, Performing and Booking Gigs Video

Chapter 4: Managing, Performing and Booking Gigs Track List

01. Ch. 4 – Managing, Performing, And Booking Gigs – Opening Thought
02. Great Gigs Don’t Just Happen – They Are Built
03. How To Get Gigs: Creating Winning Solicitation Letters
04. The Danger Of The Regular Gig: Playing Too Close, Too Often
05. “Touring Schedule” Vs. “Gigging Schedule”: Call It What It Is!
06. Watch Out For Redundancy In Your Shows And Appearances
07. Gig Essentials To Make You Group Essential To Bring Back
08. The Artist Contract: Getting It In Writing And Making It Legal
09. Payment Structure: Before The Gig, Decide Who Gets Paid What
10. Tech Rider: Stage Plot, Input Lists, And Sound And Light Requirements
11. The Stage Plot
12. The Input List
13. The Sound and Light Requirement Information
14. Backline Requirements: What Should Be There Before You Get There
15. My Old Backline Requirements
16. Production Advance: A Before-The-Show, Loading In, And Setting-Up-List
17. First Aid Box For The Stage: Performance Preventative Maintenance
18. Your Best Live Show: Effective Stage Communication And Interaction
19. I Spy…Myself On Stage: Video Yourself To See What The Fans See
20. How To Overcome Stage Fright – Or At Least Reduce It A Notch
21. Open Mic Night: Good Ideas To Follow And Bad Traits To Avoid
22. Set Times And Song Plans: A Blueprint For The Performance
23. Stage Setup: Watch And Learn From Other Bands
24. Load-In-And-Load-Out: The Super Fun Part Of Every Gig-Not
25. Safety: Protecting And Securing Yourself And Your Gear
26. The Postshow Follow-Up: Staying Connected With Venues And Agents
27. Cancellations And Rescheduling: Having Plans B,C,D
28. Ch. 4 – Managing, Performing, And Booking Gigs – Closing Thought

28 Tracks
Total Run Time: 2:01:46
ISBN 987-1-62634-152-4

Chapter 4: Managing, Performing, And Booking Gigs was narrated and recorded at Three Blocks to The Beach Studios in Santa Monica, California by Loren Weisman. Chapter 4 was recorded on an Apogee MiC 96k for Mac Microphone in to Garageband on a Mac Book Pro. It was edited by Thom Lemmons and Published through Greenleaf Book Group. It was mixed by Jason Rubal at Seventh Wave Studio. It is available through Amazon.com, iTunes and Audible.

Artists Guide
The Artist’s Guide to Success in the Music Business, 2nd Edition,(TAG2nd) is a detailed analysis of the subjects that all musicians should understand and apply in order to pursue a successful and sustainable career in music today. This Music Industry Book delivers The ‘Who, What, When, Where, Why & How of the Steps That Musicians & Bands Have to Take to Succeed in Music. For more information about the music biz book, visit: https://artistsguide.net/

Senior Branding Strategist and Partner for Create Wealth Communities, Loren Weisman aligns, defines and designs individualized branding, marketing & content planning for start-up and established businesses.
Create Wealth Communities LLC
“Educate, Build, Protect, Then Profit.”

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