We are officially into October, and I have a very busy month to look forward to, in part because of the many performances scheduled in my calendar (just today, I played two shows).

Here’s hoping your music career is going swimmingly as ever. Let’s take a quick look back at this last week so I can share with you what’s new at TME.

Featured Stories

013 – Career Update: September 2016013 – Career Update: September 2016

This story marks the return of two things at once – my career update, and my podcast. Since it has been a while since my last update, there was a ton of information to cover. Fortunately, you can listen to it in audio form (but if you prefer to read, you can do that too).

Why is Nobody Listening to My Music?Why is Nobody Listening to My Music?

Does it seem like nobody is listening to your music? Are you struggling to build your audience? I’ve been down those deep, dark roads a few times, so I know where you’re coming from. Here’s an article to help you get back into the right mindset.

New Guides at Music Industry How To

If you’d like to gain access to full-length guides at Music Industry How To, click here. In addition to myself, there are many industry experts that have shared their expertise at MIHT.

6 Reasons Your Current Music Marketing Strategies Aren’t Working6 Reasons Your Current Music Marketing Strategies Aren’t Working

Marketing your music is hard work. But does it seem like you’re not gaining any traction with your activity? It could be for one of the six reasons mentioned in this guide. Take a look and find out.

Learning Classical Guitar For Beginners, The Ultimate IntroLearning Classical Guitar For Beginners, The Ultimate Intro

Ever thought about getting into classical guitar? This guide offers a crash course that will get you pumping some nylon. If you’ve never played classical music before, and you’re ready to open yourself up to a new world, have a look.

Other Noteworthy Items

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David Andrew Wiebe

David Andrew Wiebe

Founder & CEO at The Music Entrepreneur HQ
David Andrew Wiebe has built an extensive career in songwriting, live performance, recording, session playing, production work, investing, and music instruction. In addition to helping musicians unlock their full potential, he also continues to maintain a performance schedule with Long Jon Lev and Adrenalize. If you'd like to be notified whenever the blog is updated, click here to subscribe.
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