Artist Management For The Music Business 2e

Author: Paul Allen
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1136114777
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Artist Management for the Music Business provides clear in depth information on what to do as an artist manager and how to do it. The book looks at the application of classic management theory to artist management, includes profiles of successful artist managers as well as offering skill development for planning, coaching, and leading.

Artist Management For The Music Business

Author: Paul Allen
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1136123172
Size: 37.90 MB
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Allen prepares you for the realities of successfully directing the careers of talented performers in the high-risk, high-reward music business. You will learn to prepare yourself for a career in artist management - and then learn the tools to coach, lead, organize time, manage finances, market an artist, and carve out a successful career path for both yourself and your clients. The book features profiles of artist managers, an exclusive and detailed template for an artist career plan, and samples of major contract sections for artist management and record deals. Updated information including a directory of artist management companies is available at the book's companion website. A peer reviewer for Artist Management for the Music Business proclaimed ".this is going to be an excellent text. It contains many unique insights and lots of valuable information. This is essential reading for managers, students, and artists in the music business.

This Business Of Artist Management

Author: Xavier M. Frascogna, Jr.
Publisher: Billboard Books
ISBN: 0307874990
Size: 21.50 MB
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This authoritative reference on artist management in the music industry is the standard for all phases of managing a musician's career from both the artist's and manager's point of view. This substantially updated edition covers the major changes that have transformed the business world and music industry over the past six years. Particular emphasis is given to the impact of the Internet, including the MP3 controversy and its lingering ramifications, copyright licensing on the Web, navigating trade identity issues on the Net, domain names, and the high-tech fight against cyberpiracy. Included are real-world examples-as well as new interviews with top booking agents, personal managers, concert promoters, record company executives, road managers, and artists. • For aspiring and professional managers in the music/entertainment field as well as musicians, music publishers, and record company personnel • Winner of the presigious ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for excellence in music publishing • This replaces 0-8230-7705-5, which sold more than 25,000 copies From the Hardcover edition.

Successful Artist Management

Author: Xavier M. Frascogna
Publisher: Bpi Communications
ISBN: 9780823076895
Size: 18.48 MB
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The authoritative, standard reference on artist management in the music industry expands its insights even further in this updated edition, formerly titled Successful Artist Management.Earning accolades for years, including ASCAP's prestigious Deems Taylor Award for books on the industry, this vital reference keeps pace in its third edition with the demands of the ever-changing musical entertainment field. Emphasizing that, despite the glamour of the industry, artist management is still subject to the solid rules that govern all good business practice, the authors include interviews with top record executives; coverage of new forms of business, such as the limited-liability company; and updates on the legal framework of the music industry. Professional and aspiring managers and career-minded performers will find guidance on topics like: -- establishing the artist-manager relationship and contract-- setting up the artist's career plan and image formation-- choosing attorneys, accountants, and business advisors-- forming development teams for various performance media-- handling success, money management, and moving toward stardom.

A Music Business Primer

Author: Diane Sward Rapaport
Publisher: Pearson P T R
ISBN:
Size: 66.33 MB
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Featuring articles written by music industry professionals, this comprehensive primer guides readers through every aspect of the music business.Covers all aspects of the music industry ranging from songwriting, recording, and performing, to copyright law, record labels, marketing and promotion, and more.For musicians and future music professionals who want a comprehensive overview of the music industry.

Music Management For The Rest Of Us

Author: Joe Taylor
Publisher: Taylor Creative Management
ISBN: 1411616138
Size: 33.41 MB
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In the music industry, the days of deals in smoke-filled back rooms are all but over. Artist development happens on the streets, not at major labels. And the old-school "professional" managers are stepping down, one by one, to cozy retirements funded by decades of commissions from successful clients. With fewer and fewer "lifers" available to take on new clients, what's an emerging artist to do? Likewise, how does an aspiring artist manager get a start without the connections and influence required of their predecessors? Music business manager and consultant Joe Taylor Jr. set out to answer these questions for a member of his staff. The result? Over 160 pages of nuts-and-bolts advice for the novice music manager, or for any musician looking to boost their success team by adding homegrown management to the mix.

Inside The Music Business

Author: Tony Barrow
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134777183
Size: 18.52 MB
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This book is a comprehensive guide to a career in the music industry. Offering advice as to how to get into the business, it explains the main features of a wide range of jobs, such as management, production, promotion and merchandise through to the working lives of recording artists and session musicians.

Managing Your Band

Author: Stephen Marcone
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780965125031
Size: 34.75 MB
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According to Dr. Stephen Marcone, personal management is still the weakest link in a music business that operates by fragmenting its product. This comprehensive new edition: includes an updated recording agreement with current industry language and a sample merchandising agreement; takes into account the many changes in concert promotion; and features descriptions of new legal battles. Use this book as a helpful reference for: touring, publicity, contracts, marketing, trademarks, copyrighting, enhancing creativity and much more. "Straight-forward and up-to-date, this is an easy-to-understand and all-encompassing primer for aspiring bands and managers." - Walter O'Brien, Owner, Concrete Management, Inc. (manager of Pantera and others) Dr. Stephen Marcone is Director of Music Graduate Studies and Professor of Music at William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey.

All Area Access

Author: Marc Davison
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780793581344
Size: 35.78 MB
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"'All area access' is your map for the road to musical success. It tells you what you need to know at each step along the way. Looking for tips on booking gigs? Curious about selling band merchandise? Shopping for a record label? It even tells you how to know when to move up to a professional manager." - back cover.