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Have you ever wanted to get hooked up with a booking agent? Curious how agencies have been navigating lock-down?
In this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast, I pass the mic with Jack Forman of BiCoastal Productions. We have a great discussion about the future of live events, when artist are ready to work with booking agents, pursuing one’s passion and more.
- 00:34 – What’s new in David’s world
- 02:31 – What’s going to happen to live events?
- 03:43 – Glass half full
- 05:08 – Working from home as a booking agent
- 06:21 – The growth of live streaming
- 07:43 – Will live events be changing for good?
- 09:38 – How do artists get to work with booking agencies?
- 12:04 – Passionate about music
- 13:41 – The grind
- 15:52 – Not all artists are ready for a booking agent?
- 17:21 – Hope is not a strategy?
- 18:43 – The connection between perseverance and passion
- 20:02 – Trying to find the magic cure
- 21:53 – The greatest challenge you’ve overcome?
- 23:45 – Empathy and empowerment
- 25:32 – The greatest victory you’ve experienced?
- 26:30 – Are there any books that have helped you on your journey?
- 29:03 – Anything else?
- 29:43 – Three takeaways for this episode
- 30:58 – What’s new at the HQ?
- 33:12 – Listener comments
- 34:11 – The Music Entrepreneur Code
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