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It’s called the music BUSINESS not the music “hobby”

July 9, 2012

I came to quite the realization today:

Many of you are making music as a hobby and not as a business.

And that’s fine.

But it’s called THE MUSIC BUSINESS not THE MUSIC HOBBY.

So, if you are SERIOUS about music and spending your full days on music – writing, recording, touring, etc. I want to hear from you.

Because, I run a business here and it’s too challenging to try to work with people who are only making music for fun.

Business means you focus on making money from your music, are 100% committed to your success and working full-time to make things happen.

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Success requires dedication, focus and commitment.

I’ve turned my love, my passion, music, into a full-time job and want to find other artists who are in the same boat.

If you know of an artist who is equally committed, please let me know!

(Please feel free to forward this email and this email alone to members of your band or other artists you know. But please do not post it on a web site or blog without asking permission from the author. Thanks!)

Copyright @2012. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without author’s prior consent.

Jennifer Yeko
True Talent Management ~ True Talent PR

9663 Santa Monica Blvd. # 320

Beverly Hills, CA 90210
http://www.truetalentmgmt.com

http://www.truetalentmgmt.wordpress.com – Read my music blog for advice on making it in the music business

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One comment

  1. You’re right Jennifer, I go thru this with hiring musicians who are not in touch with the business side of a gig, and the business side is out of touch with the creative and performance side of the business often times as well, we did receive the grant I mentioned to you from The Creative Works Fund in San Francisco, I have a good budget to work with and will be looking for great opportunities. Michael



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