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How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams is the podcast version of Emily White's #1 Amazon best-selling book. White brings each chapter of the book to life with handpicked world-class guests including Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, Imogen Heap, Kam Franklin of The Suffers, Warped Tour Founder Kevin Lyman, legendary attorney Donald S. Passman, Patrick Sansone of Wilco, and more. Host, Author, and Creator Emily White has been the forefront of the modern music industry ...
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Before you hit the studio it's crucial that you have all of your songwriting, producer, player and recording agreements in place. Which can feel overwhelming. This episode streamlines that process for you to protect you and your work for the long-term. To do so, Emily chats with deeply successful indie artist Sam Heaton of EYRE LLEW, who is also bo…
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Episode two of our live UK podcast tour brings us to the gorgeous Music Recital Hall at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, England. What better way to open an episode in a Recital Hall than with a live performance? Guests Jonathan Czerwick and Emily Frazer do that with a beautifully performed song. Host Emily White then lays out what artists sh…
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Welcome to SEASON FOUR of the How to Build a Sustainable Music Career & Collect All Revenue Streams! This is our first ever international tour where Host & Author Emily White travels around nine cities throughout the United Kingdom to explore various music scenes and ecosystems. To kick things off Emily discusses how to "Get One's Art Together" wit…
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We were originally scheduled to have Haitian-American artist Melly Sings on our Season 3 premiere, but she unfortunately had a family emergency and needed to re-schedule for our live taping. Instead, Host Emily White caught up with Melly recently to cover the entire previous season, taking the audience through Melly's growing career from recording …
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Welcome to the SEASON 3 FINALE of the How to Build a Sustainable Music Career & Collect All Revenue Streams podcast! We've covered everything you need to know to do just that throughout this season's episodes. But what happens when it all becomes too much? In this episode, host Emily White digs in with Duckworth manager Xtina Prince getting real on…
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You did it! We've now taken you through each step of building a sustainable music career, while ensuring you're not missing a single revenue stream along the way. But how does one know when it's time to wind down a release and begin the creative process anew? To explore this topic Host Emily White chats with Lucas Silveira, the first openly transge…
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Today we bring the “revenue stream checklist to life,” ensuring you’re not missing a single revenue stream owes to you if you write, record / release music and play live. We’ll also cover bonus revenue streams that aren’t necessarily owed to you for writing and releasing music, but that you’ll need to proactively work on to generate. To do so, Host…
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We're back to talk all things merch! There are a slew of new "on-demand" merch companies out there but Host Emily White feels Fourthwall is taking care of artists & fans with quality gear, along with hybrid options for traditional merchandise! Learn more about this Mr. Serena Williams / Alexis Ohanian backed company in this episode and what sets Fo…
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Peter Shapiro is the best known and most influential concert promoter of his generation. He owned the legendary Wetlands in New York City and has gone on to much bigger things, including Brooklyn Bowl (NYC, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, and Nashville), the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, producing U2 3D, and promoting the Grateful Dead’s fiftieth-anniv…
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We're back for Part 2 of this epic episode! Now that your music is out worldwide, it's time to spread the word as far and wide as possible. To do so, Host Emily White chats with Junae Brown, known as The Beyoncé of Marketing, on how to do just that. This episode covers how market with or without a budget. Happy listening & learning! This season was…
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Welcome back! Now that your music is out worldwide, it's time to spread the word as far and wide as possible. To do so, Host Emily White chats with Junae Brown, known as The Beyoncé of Marketing, on how to do just that. This was another EPIC episode so we've split it into two parts! To begin, we'll dig into Junae's extraordinary career & how she be…
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This episode closes w/ an epic ending in which the audience erupted in applause after a lengthy session and we received some of the best and most thought provoking audience questions from musicians to-date. We hope you learn as much as we did from Juel Concepts' Kristin Juel and her incredible work in the ever evolving space of web3 not limited to …
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We're back for part two of Setting Up Your Release & Distribution Plan! Today we dig into the incomparable Kristin Juel's incredible career and what led her to become an expert in web3 not limited to the blockchain, the metaverse and NFT's. But for more on that, you'll have to check out part 3, which will be out two days from this episode's release…
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Welcome back! This season's episode on "Setting Up Your Release & Distribution Plan" was so epic, we split it into 3 parts. To begin, host Emily White breaks down how to distribute your music to maximize monetization. Which is a massive area Emily sees artists leaving a ton of money on the table. Part 2 will drop two days after the release, so stay…
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One of host & author Emily White's goals in life is for songwriters to be able to clearly define music publishing in a way that they understand and can communicate to others. As well as collect on their music publishing in full. As publishing is the #1 missing revenue stream Emily identifies in her years of conversations with musicians. This episod…
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Welcome back! Now that you have your art together, your pre-recording marketing platforms and your business affairs in place for your music, it's time to record. In this episode, host and best-selling author Emily White interviews Audio Pictures' Founder Ryan Burvick. Ryan leads Columbia University's Beats, Rhymes & Justice program that teaches dig…
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Before you hit the studio it's crucial that you have agreements in place for your producer, players, co-writers and anyone who sets foot in said studio. This episode breaks down how to do just that, whether you have a budget or not, by interviewing Cosynd CEO Jessica Sobhraj whose company provides simple legal agreements built for music. Let's do t…
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How do you build a sustainable music career? You start by making great art, which we covered in the previous episode. The other component is to collect as much direct to fan contact information from your audience as possible, ideally in the form of their mobile phone number. This episode explains how to do just that with Community.com, which is the…
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We're back! I'm SO thrilled to share this season with you, which was recorded live at Tower Records' new Tower Labs in Brooklyn for New York Music Month. Episodes will drop weekly for this season w/ full video available for free on Spotify. To kick things off, we're starting at the beginning by discussing how to "Get Your Art Together" w/ Namel “Ta…
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We're back already! Welcome to a special episode where we're highlighting the great work beatBread is doing to pay artists cash advances for streaming royalties with the artist / rights holder maintaining full control and all rights. Matthew is a major label veteran who, along with beatBread CEO & Co-Founder Peter Sinclair, realized that many artis…
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We did it! You now know how to release your music in a sustainable manner for the long-term, while ensuring you're not missing a single revenue stream along the way. But what happens when it all becomes too much? This episode breaks down traditional industry roles while also showing you how to mix & match team members to create a custom team built …
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We did it! You've made it to the end of your first sustainable release cycle, while ensuring you're not missing any revenue along the way. Now what? It's time to go back to the beginning to deduce when you're "ripe" & ready to record. However, this should be empowering as you will learn this information in a deeper & more meaningful way each & ever…
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This episode covers all revenue streams owed to you if you write, record / release music, play live & more. To do so, Host Emily White goes deep w/ Lachi on how she has got to where she is today as well as how she specifically collects on all of her revenue streams. Lachi is an award-winning creative artist, performer, Grammys Board Governor & Foun…
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Cruising right along since you've gotten your art together, have released your music & are prepping for live appearances. Merchandise or "merch" can be a lucrative revenue stream - if you're savvy about cost of good sold & more. To go deep on all things merch Host Emily White chats with Ambient Inks' & longtime artist manager Christopher Moon. Happ…
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Host Emily White used to be a global tour manager. This episode teaches you how to book & promote your shows as effectively as possible as well as how to get booked on festivals. This episode also covers key vocabulary terms from the live industry that you need to know. While also sharing how artists are paid for live performances, how to land supp…
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Your music is out! Now what? It can be overwhelming to wade through the variety of options available for promoting your music. That said, if hiring the same promo team always equaled success, than everyone would follow that exact path. This episode navigates the promotional tools that are available to you. As well as how to work most effectively wi…
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It's time to release your music! But how do you do so to maximize revenue? Your fans want to support you in the best way possible, but they don't know how if you don't tell them. We covered launching a pre-order in S2.2/E29 of this season, Pre-Recording Marketing Foundation, so you should already be monetizing your music before it's even out. When …
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Music publishing has struck fear into the bones of countless songwriters / artists & music industry professionals. But there is truly no need! Our goal is for you to clearly define what music publishing is & how to collect on it IN FULL. Music publishing is the #1 missing revenue stream Host & Author Emily White sees when meeting with & talking to …
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It's time to record! The digital revolution has leveled the playing field with regard to accessing recording tools. But with such a wide array of options, it can be overwhelming to know where to begin, as well as know when a recording is finished. Or is it ever? To guide us through all things recording, Host Emily White chats in-depth with Ana Ocho…
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Welcome back to the world's #1 global Music Business podcast! Today we talk w/ Billboard 2023 Top Music Lawyer Karl Fowlkes, Esq. on everything you need to know about the legalities of writing, recording & releasing music. We also delve into Karl's extraordinary career as Managing Partner of The Fowlkes Firm, Co-Founder / COO of EVGLE & so much mor…
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You've gotten your art together, which is no easy task. Congrats! Before you hit the studio it's crucial to ensure you have the tools in place to build your audience so they're ready when the time comes to release your music. While also ensuring your data collection & marketing platforms are set up before your release, so you're not scrambling to s…
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We're back for Season Two of How to Build a Sustainable Music Career & Collect All Revenue Streams! Thank you for making this the #1 Music Business podcast globally. Your support from Australia to Africa & beyond truly means to world to us. We look forward to visiting as many of you as possible in the coming seasons! In the meantime, we're pleased …
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We did it! Host and Author Emily White truly feels we've covered the modern music industry, now including questions from you that we didn't cover in the episodes bringing to life the chapters from the book this podcast is based on. To wrap the season we're thrilled to cover the final audience question that has been posted to Emily: "Are NFT's good …
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This is the second of three bonus episodes to wrap the first season of The How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams Podcast! Host and Author Emily White was a global tour manager from ages 20-23. The touring crew world is a family that White cherishes deeply but realized there aren't always formal resources with basic…
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This podcast, and the book it's based on, is written for the perspective of the musician who writes, records, and performs live. However listener Brian D wrote to Emily and asked how he can move his career forward without being a songwriter. He said, "I am a drummer trying to get my name out there to bigger artists." And thus this bonus episode tit…
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We did it! Host and Author Emily White truly feels we have covered all aspects of building a sustainable music career and collecting all revenue streams. We're forever grateful to you for listening! And we're not done yet! Both Emily and a listener had ideas for two additional episodes that cover "How to Be a Session Musician" and "How to be a Tour…
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Amaechi Uzoigwe's resume / CV speaks for itself as Co-Manager of Run the Jewels, Co-Founder of Studio A, an investor, advocate, and more. But to host Emily White, he is pure inspiration as a human being. This is a candid conversation on Amaechi's career and rise to becoming one of the top managers and most respected minds in the industry. However h…
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We did it! You now know how to build a sustainable music career and collect all revenue streams. However, help is always appreciated! In this episode Host Emily White interviews a longtime, yet very modern manager, Randy Nichols. Emily and Randy break down artist management and the ancillary team members that surround an artist. Important note!: *M…
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This is the second episode where Host Emily White interviews a handpicked artist to discuss the concept of the book this podcast is based on, in particular Chapter 11 - Repeat & Grow! As we've *just* about covered the entire modern music industry, now it's on you to go back to Chapter 1 (Get Your Art Together) to begin the process again. This episo…
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We did it! This podcast has now covered all steps in building a sustainable music career and collecting all revenue streams. Now what? At some point, you will feel your current project wrapping up. You know in your heart and soul when it's time to begin again. Although such a thought can feel daunting, know that you're going to get better at and le…
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Today’s episode ensures you haven’t missed a single revenue stream we’ve discussed to-date! Host Emily White reviews all revenue streams you should be collecting on if you write, record / release, and play music live. If not, you’re missing out on money! To dig in deeper, Emily then interviews musician, educator, and activist Steff Reed. Reed has g…
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Artist, Musician, Songwriter, and Entrepreneur Julia Nunes defines building a sustainable music career in many ways. One of which is her understanding of the importance of "merch," or merchandise, and the powerful connection it can create with fans. This episode shares best practices on what has worked for Julia on merch at shows, online, and beyon…
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Kevin Lyman is The G.O.A.T. (greatest of all time) to host Emily White. Kevin is founder of The Vans' Warped Tour and is currently a professor at The University of Southern California. There are many big “names” in the music industry. But Emily has been fortunate to get to know Kevin and all that he does to mentor the next generation of musicians a…
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Live streaming was a technology that existed prior to the pandemic. However, the space has since exploded with investment, giving artists new options and tools to connect with their fans. With in-person shows now returning, how can these new innovations create a hybrid model to reach even more fans who might not be able to attend traditional concer…
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Host Emily White used to tour manage and this episode is the first of three that will cover live performances and touring. Guest Akin Aliu is a booking agent at CAA, or Creative Artists Agency - one of the largest talent agencies in the world. Emily and Akin break down how to book and promote shows, what a booking agent does and is looking for, as …
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Melissa Garcia is a Founding Partner at Collective Entertainment and Host Emily White’s business partner. Melissa also serves as the Chief Marketing Officer of #iVoted Festival. In this episode Melissa and Emily cover FOMO or “fear of missing out” in the age of Instagram and what to do about it, how to announce your release effectively, social medi…
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Part three of our distribution episodes explores digital distribution companies such as The Orchard, Redeye, and of course Symphonic which today’s guest Nick Gordon is the GM of in New York City. He additionally serves as Symphonic’s Chief Client Officer. Today we’re going to explore the inner workings of this form of distribution as well as the ph…
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In the previous episode, Host Emily White discusses the importance of "direct to fan" distribution as the foundation of building a sustainable music career. The next step on a musician's journey is to distribute to "DSP's" or digital service providers - e.g. Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Deezer, etc. In the book this podcast is based on, Emily expla…
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"Direct to fan" distribution is the foundation of building a sustainable music career. Technology companies are the most valuable entities in the world. Why? Because they have all of our data. Musicians and creators need to view themselves through this lens, instead of just giving their fans' data away to technology companies without knowing who is…
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Lauren Ross is an incredibly talented sync pitching representative, music supervisor, musician, and more. She has managed St. Vincent, launched Kill Rock Stars' licensing division and founded Terrorbird Media's sync pitching department. In this episode, Host Emily White interviews Lauren, taking listeners through steps that put musicians in the bes…
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