Category: Music Industry

6 Reason Why Music Artists Cancel Tours

The fact that a growing number of artists are canceling tours and rethinking their touring plans has gotten the attention of both music and mainstream media. The thought of fewer live performances is both disconcerting for fans and devastating for artists, most of whom rely on touring for the majority of their income, particularly in… Read more »

Economic Relief for Musicians and the Gig Economy

With only one month and change left of the year, most of us are ready to give 2020 a quick goodbye and a shove out of the proverbial door. However, while many get ready to dismiss this year altogether, before it ends, Congress has one last opportunity to make a positive mark on 2020 and… Read more »

Tips For Hiring Live Music & Bands For Holiday Parties

When You Hire a Musicians for Holiday or Christmas Work Parties, There Are a Few Things to Take Into Consideration. Be Proactive – You should book holiday parties for December and New Year’s Eve at least four months out or you may find yourself booking a Garage Band Pricing & Budgeting – December costs for… Read more »

How to Choose the Right Entertainment for Your Event

    We all know entertainers can make or break events. Choosing the right entertainment is c-r-i-t-i-c-a-l if you want to illicit that “WOW” response from your clients and guests! Whether using an agency or hiring on your own, there are a few factors to consider when investing in and choosing appropriate and effective entertainers… Read more »

Will You Be Fined For Playing Licensed Music at a Tradeshow Event?

Have you ever attended an event where you heard music? More specifically, have you ever attended a tradeshow, and heard music at exhibitors’ booths or from a stage set-up to entertain attendees? When music is presented to “the public” who are gathered in substantial numbers (more than 10 people, for instance), then a music license… Read more »