Today’s episode is with Lindsay Artkop, Berklee College of Music graduate, professional drummer, and drum instructor. We dive into how she started in music, her experiences as a professional drummer, how winning the Hit Like a Girl competition changed the trajectory of her career, and how she’s built up her own business teaching students locally and across the world.Read More
I’m breaking down one of my pillars of personal wellness that I know from personal experience can be a struggle for so many of us - mindset. It's not just about being positive, it's about overcoming your limiting beliefs, fears, and anxieties to grow, develop your career, and be successful.Read More
Today’s episode is with Jess Garcia of Springwood Productions, a company that specializes in the production of video for clients in music and business. We chat about everything from how she started in music and film to mindset, finding community, pivoting in your career, and how being authentic to yourself is so important today.Read More
Did you know there are more income streams available to musicians than just touring and selling records? Have you ever thought about how you can become profitable at the career you love?
Meet Bree Noble, corporate employee turned profitable musician, founder of Women of Substance Radio, Female Entrepreneur Musician Academy, and co-founder of the Profitable Musician Summit.Read More
The hustle of the music industry can definitely take its toll, especially on us women. I’ve been there, working full time, enrolled in a grad program, attending network opportunities, and even interning to get myself out there. I was dragging, had gained weight, and was not sleeping well. It wasn’t until I reached the end of my grad program that I realized something had to change.Read More
Meet Kristin Rebecca. Maryland based modern folk singer-songwriter who beautifully incorporates the Celtic harp into her music.
Listen in as we talk about her unique instrument and how she discovered it, how she developed her sound, grew her career without knowing anyone in the industry, and what it’s like to secure a PR and management team in her genre.
Have you come across the catch-22 that most entry level job seekers are coming across in today's job market? You have to have experience to get the entry level job, but you need the entry level job to get experience...
In today's solocast episode, I give my tips for getting that much needed experience in the music industry. Listen in as we talk about different online platforms and ways to connect with other people who may be in the industry, at the company, or in the career path you want for yourself.Read More
What’s it like to be the first to create something in the music industry? To create an opportunity for yourself?
Sarah Martinico did just that - she was the first to create royalty bearing stems at BMG. She’s also a songwriter, soon-to-be entrepreneur, and has fantastic advice for women looking to start their own career in the industry.Read More
What’s it like to build a career in the music industry while working a 9 to 5 job? Meet Kelsey James - writer, editor, and social media manager for Riverbeats Life, publicist for Talluah PR, and full time employee outside of the music industry. Listen in as we discuss getting started in PR and music journalism, managing overwhelm with multiple projects alongside a full time job, planning out social media posts, and even a bit about the New Orleans music scene.Read More
Nikki O’Neill is a multi-faceted music industry professional - she’s an Americana songwriter, guitar player, author, and educator who believes in finding your strengths and forming partnerships, inspiring other women, and forging your own path.
Listen in as we discuss her path from the visual arts to music journalism, teaching, and becoming a singer-songwriter with an upcoming release scheduled for 2019.Read More