The Business Side of Music

The Business Side of Music is an interview show designed to help independent artists and songwriters better understand and navigate the music industry. 45-year industry veteran, Bob Bender talks to successful guests from every corner of the industry about their careers to discover the things they did right as well as the lessons they learned from any mistakes they made.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 39m. Bisher sind 168 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 18 hours 10 minutes


#58 - The Many Roles of the Artist Manager

The role of the artist manager has changed tremendously over the past 5 to 10 years. Now more so than ever, the manager needs to be more than just a decision maker, he also needs to be able to sit in the seat of the record label exec, publicist, and...


 2018-12-04  30m

#57 - The Two Copyrights Required For Your Songs

You've written the song. Now its time to get it out there so it can make money for you. But wait... Are you completely protected? Do you have all of your copyrights in place? Does your song actually need to be copyrighted, and what is the best way to...


 2018-11-20  32m

#56 - Your Voice is Like Atomic Power... and Connected to Your Big Toe

Judy Rodman is an award-winning vocal coach, recording artist, stage and television performer, public speaker, author, songwriter, musician, studio producer and vocal consultant. She works with all types and styles of singers, getting them to...


 2018-11-13  33m

#55 - Why Every Artist & Songwriter Needs an Entertainment Lawyer

You've just written a hit song, or have been offered a record deal. What's your next step? You need to retain the services of an entertainment lawyer. Someone who can help you navigate all of the perils and pitfalls of the music business. Most...


 2018-11-05  41m

#54 - You Don't Need A Booking Agent, You Just Need To Be Fearless!

You don't need a booking agent to be successful at booking gigs. You just need to know the right tools and resources, and not be afraid to pick up the phone and make the calls. Artist Development Coach Nancy Moran, co-founder of Azalea Music Group in...


 2018-10-29  49m

#53 - Recording With Professionally Qualified Producers From Your Home

Founder and CEO of Emily Satterlee shares her vision of her company, which aims to empower the everyday musician to reach their highest potential when it comes to recording their projects with some of the best producers and engineers, yet...


 2018-10-23  33m

#52 - Where Do You Go to Get Your Music Career Started?

You're ready to take your career to the next level. The car is packed and the trailer is loaded with all of your personal possessions, and you're ready to head off to Nashville. But there's one question looming over you head. Just exactly where do you...


 2018-10-16  47m

#51 - Traditional Country Music is Alive and Well in Tennessee

"Hoedown on the Harpeth" festival creators Robert Dunn and Tim Matthews talk about how their annual event based out of Kingston Springs Tennessee (about 30 miles NW of Nashville), has grown from a small pickin' party held at their homes, to what is...


 2018-10-08  38m

 2018-10-02  1h2m

#49 - How To Perform Your Original Songs the Correct Way on Stage

Keith Mohr who is the creator of the popular songwriter open-mic contest "Nashville Rising Song" (now in its 9th season), provides helpful tips and suggestions on how a you can showcase your talent not just as a performer, but as a seasoned songwriter...


 2018-09-25  43m