The Music Entrepreneur HQ was created for frustrated, struggling musicians and artists who have their sights set on more.
- Having trouble booking shows? Or, are you not getting the quality of shows you want?
- Having trouble getting your music streamed and sold?
- Having trouble growing your social media, email or Spotify following?
- Sending countless emails to publicists and not getting any responses?
- Not finding any licensing or placement opportunities for your music?
- Not making the amount of money you deserve to be making?
Then you’re in the right place at the right time.
Our website is chock full of tips, advice and ideas from leading experts like Tommy Tallarico, Ariel Hyatt, Matt Starr, Derek Sivers, John Oszajca, Jack Conte and many others.
Of course, our Founder & CEO David Andrew Wiebe chimes in with his practical and actionable advice on digital marketing and mindset too.
Here are a few ways we’ve helped people just like you.
We often get asked what exactly it is that we offer and how we help artists and musicians. Because we help people in so many different ways, results are often customized to the individual or their business. But here are a few examples for your perusal.
We’ve helped free artists from their day jobs so they can spend more time focusing on their music.
As someone who’s worked from home for over three years, our Founder & CEO David Andrew Wiebe knows exactly how to tap into the right revenue sources to free artists up to spend more time doing what they love.
David was instrumental in bringing my career to a point where I was living off my freelance work. He gladly answered my questions, connected me with his contacts, and we have remained in touch and worked together ever since. David is a total pro.
We’ve helped artists raise upwards of $15,000 for their crowdfunding projects.
Due to legal constraints, we can’t reveal our working relationships. But our proudest moment was helping a jazz artist raise $15,000 for her album.
We’ve created content for some of the leading music industry blogs.
And, if we mentioned their name (which we can’t), you would know exactly who they are.
Our books and products have helped artists reach their goals.
We’ve created many offers through the years and have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from many.
If there’s something that most artists are great at, it’s being spontaneous. But If there’s something we definitely need to do better, and to do more frequently, it’s the opposite–make a plan. David’s book shows us all, in great detail and from our point of view, how to build, refine, and live that plan. Success in music is difficult, but for those who read this book it goes from a roll of the dice to counting cards. In an industry where the house rules are often against the individual, The New Music Industry is your guide to evening the odds.
We’ve left artists feeling inspired.
It might seem like a small thing but we don’t take it for granted. Our content leaves artists feeling empowered to take next steps. That’s a big deal.
David, thank YOU for your podcast. I’m hearing it every day and I’m already getting results from applying ideas that you mentioned.
It seems like every time I read one of your articles, I always finish it shaking my head in agreement.
We’ve helped develop social media strategies for some well-known music industry executives.
Again, if we could name names, we would. We can’t. But if we did, you would know who they are.
We’ve helped artists increase their Facebook “likes” by hundreds at a time.
We’ve got Facebook advertising dialed in.