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The Musician's Venture
21 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Connection: Musicians Reaching Out to their Audiences
Allison Emm discusses one of Wisconsin Music Ventures’ core values: connection. No matter how you do it (in-person networking, social media), it definitely is part of the job description of being a musician. Strengthening and exercising your relationships with others in the industry can help propel you forward and build your fan-base, while meeting new people and even making friends along the way!Check out more about TMV Podcast at www.themusiciansventure.com, @themusiciansventure on Facebook and Instagram, and @MusicianVenture on Twitter.
42 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
Alyssia Dominguez Talks Connection Beyond Music
Alyssia Dominguez Talks Connection Beyond MusicIn this episode Allison Emm talks with Alyssia Dominguez, a musician from Waukesha County. The two talk about family and its influence on music, as well as the importance of connecting with others beyond just the music. Alyssia herself talks about race and its impact within the world of country music.Find out more about Alyssia from her website: www.alyssiamusic.comCheck out the TMV Podcast at www.themusiciansventure.com, @themusiciansventure on Facebook and Instagram, and @MusicianVenture on Twitter.
40 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
How Access Brings About Success
Allison Emm talks about “access” and how it relates to getting your foot in the door in the music world. She talks about how information and finances can contribute to whether or not someone can make it as a musician. Fellow WMV colleague Giselle also talks about her own experiences with access involving being young and having cultural differences. Tune in to hear how and why access is so important for the up-and-coming musician.Links: Learn about Allison and Giselle from the Wisconsin Music Ventures (WMV) Staff PageThe Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra (MYSO)Blog Post by WMV’s Ben Harold88.9 RadioMilwaukee By Every Measure PodcastCheck out more about TMV Podcast at www.themusiciansventure.com, @themusiciansventure on Facebook and Instagram, and @MusicianVenture on Twitter.
16 minutes | Oct 30, 2020
Five "Rules of Thumb" for New and Seasoned Musicians
Let's get down to business! Host Allison Emm kicks off this podcast with Five "Rules of Thumb" for new and seasoned musicians. This comes from the perspective of a musician involved in the world of researching and booking artists for her own events.These tips are as follows: 1. Get a website! Create a sense of professionalism with a full-blown website.2. Facebook should not be a primary source of promotion and communication. The industry is changing, and standards have evolved for you to reach your audience and business opportunities most effectively.3. Appearance matters! It's important to create a concise image to go with your music.4. Fill the gaps between the songs of a performance. Use this time wisely to conduct a good image.5. Prepare a confident setlist (his aids in filling the gaps in the performance).These tips can help differentiate a good musician from a great musician!Connect with us! wisconsinmusicventures.com
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