Whether you know her from "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" on Phil Spector's holiday album, or from "20 Feet From Stardom," Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Darlene Love is a force of nature.
Michael Marotta talks marketing and branding as an artist and the best strategies for getting your music heard.
If the name Michael Melchiondo does not ring a bell, it’s because he is known professionally by his stage name of Dean Ween. Click to check out what Deaner was talking about. (That's a Ween reference!)
Understanding the legal aspects of the music industry, particularly copyright law, is critical for any professional musician. Allen Bargfrede can help.
As a songwriter, my job is to pack three minutes with as much imagery as I can, both lyrically and musically.
While these two roles are not mutually exclusive, it can definitely be challenging to find the balance between your artist-self and your manager-self.
Crowdfunding is great for direct-to-fan artists. But be warned: Running a successful campaign is a lot of work and requires dedication, persistence, and a healthy dose of charm.
Annie Clements knows a thing or two about the music industry. For years, she's worked as the bassist for country superstars Sugarland. We caught up with her for a chat before a show with Amos Lee.
BerkleeICE, or the Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship, recently released a report titled “Transparency and Money Flows” detailing the lack of transparency in the music business.
Keith Hatschek’s book “How to Get a Job in the Music Industry” has helped thousands of people follow their dreams and find work helping to create more music in the world.
PledgeMusic co-founder and Berklee Online instructor Benji Rogers stopped by our Boston offices to offer his advice on touring, merchandising, and more.