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Without question, the best room I ever played.
The list of requirements as a band leader when discussing a touring schedule with an agent can get pretty intense. I go in-depth about what my needs are for touring in...
With a new agent and a plan for 2023, today's episode deals with some available approaches to promoting concerts in today's music industry.
The gap between what you feel you're doing and what you're really doing when you practice or play live can be huge.
The older I get, the less firsts seem to come across my desk. But I'm happy to announce a collaboration with an agent/manager for the first time in my life.
Working on music for upcoming touring with Steve Smith and Vital Information.
How do you listen to music in 2022? Streaming only? or do you self-custody files?
Find out how the first tour with the new trio went last week!
The new board for the tour is set, and this episode looks at what it can do.
We're talking about what goes into the decision making for gear, cases, clothes, and everything else you need on tour.
Unlocking huge gains in knowledge with minor adjustments to what you already know.
A "quick" follow-up from the last episode to answer some of your questions and comments.
Unpacking the details of stress-free travel for musicians no matter how much you travel.
What actually goes on behind the scenes?
We're going to dispel the myths of the gear world in this episode.
How to create some of the hippest sounding chord sequences you've ever heard through totally random means.
Paying for a tour isn't easy, but the parameters are quite defined. Figure out what your risk tolerance might be in today's episode.
The highs, lows, and in-betweens of touring. A practical and phycological analysis of being a band leader on tour in 2022.
I'm just back from cutting my new album in Spain and sharing stories from the studio
The fear, the joy, and the responsibility that come with searching for something new is our topic of conversation today.
Answering your questions from Telegram, and updating on progress with the new album.
Taking the unconventional route to be a recording artist by leaving the comforts of conformity behind.
We take a look at 4 of my favorite solo breaks/openings of all time, and update you on the pre-production progress for the new album.
We kick off this episode with a clip from Seth Godin, and talk about being prepared for failure.
Taking a quick look back at my recording career as an artist, and plotting a course for what's still to come.
Today I un followed every account on every social media platform I follow, and the results have been quite astonishing. I break down the process, and then get stuck in...
Gigs might not be here right now, but they're coming back. Stamina is a big deal when it comes to working again. Are you ready?
I'm definitely not stage-ready for gigs yet, but this is how I'm working on getting there.
The two things I think you can't live without as you learn music: An epic work ethic, and limitless curiosity.
Getting back to it after 4 days off playing bass.