How to Grow as a Musician: What All Musicians Must Know to Succeed
Professional musicians tell how they developed as artists, how they approach performance, and how they handle the business side of the business—offering solace and heartfelt inspiration along the way. How to Grow as a Musician is packed with candid advice on everything from overcoming failure to the art of writing a song to doing that all—important "ego check." It also covers such vital practical areas as the role of contracts, self—promotion, getting and keeping gigs, and managing money. A special self—evaluation lets readers assess whether they have what they need to succeed in the music business.
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As host-producer of a TV and a radio program on jazz in the New York City area, Anderson (The Quotable Musician ) has met and interviewed musicians, composers, and other music industry professionals ... Read full review
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