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You don’t get ahead in the music industry by being a jerk. This doesn’t mean that the odds aren’t stacked against you already, but it does mean that you’ll diminish your chances of being successful when you step on people to get ahead and treat them poorly. If you care about your career, don’t do harm to others.
At last, I am back with another career update. If the months leading up to October have been consistent and predictable, October has been anything but. Find out what went wrong, why I’m adjusting my course, and how it’s been affecting me.
New Guides at Music Industry How To
If you’d like to gain access to all the full-length guides at Music Industry How To – and there are a lot of them, not just by yours truly – just follow the provided link.
What the heck are house concerts, and how exactly do they work? This guide explains what is expected of the host, the audience, and the artist.
Is country your thing? Are you interested in becoming a killer country guitarist? This post lays out all the essentials you need to learn to become a country guitar master.
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