82% of artists are unsigned, 33% never sell any albums at shows, and 15% only sell one album per year.
Why is this?
Because most artists aren’t thinking like an entrepreneur.
If you learn to think like an entrepreneur, you will:
- Find more opportunities to market, sell, and perform your music than ever before.
- Come up with unique and innovative solutions to your biggest problems, including building a fan base.
- See everything fall into place. Getting your thinking right accounts for 80% of your results!
David Andrew Wiebe
Founder & CEO
David Andrew Wiebe is the founder of The Music Entrepreneur HQ, author of the highly-acclaimed The New Music Industry: Adapting, Growing, and Thriving in The Information Age book and host of The New Music Industry Podcast. An accomplished musician himself, Wiebe continues to perform and release new music. He also has several new books and courses in the works. Learn more about David Andrew Wiebe here
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