Whoa! Talk about blockbuster months! January graced us with yet another series of great guests and discussions, exclusively available on The New Music Industry Podcast.
Here’s your summary. Whenever you’re ready…
259 – Growth – with Robonzo of The Unstarving Musician
In this episode, return guest Robonzo shares about some of his latest exploits – starting a new podcast startup program, writing lyrics, marketing lessons, and more. This is an excellent episode for artist and entrepreneurial types alike. Discover how you can start carving out your own niche in music and create things your fans LOVE! 💖
260 – The Future of Music & Multimedia – with Ori Winokur of Artlist
Artlist’s Ori Winokur is the real deal. The man is smart, ambitious, and extremely hard working. And in this episode of the podcast, he shared all about his own Artlist, and where he sees the convergence point of music and multimedia going in the months and years to come. There are also some great insights here on Web3 and NFTs, and the growth of monetization opportunities for musicians at any level.
261 – Finally Revealed… Our Plans for Music Entrepreneur HQ in 2022
As they say, doing the same things expecting different results is the definition of insanity. Boo. It’s a cliché, but we do need to be reminded now and again. So, we’re looking to shake things up a bit in 2022, but in a good way. As I look to make bigger progress on my own musical projects, I’m adjusting my routine to serve my current ambitions. Listen to this episode to discover what I’m on about.
262 – “All Successful Rock Musicians Are Business Minded”
Wolf from Gaki Music turned up as special co-host for this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast. Wolf shares some of his own philosophy around growth and success. From there, the discussions expand out to ex-Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman’s compelling statement (that became the title of this episode), the fastest growing industries in 2022, and more.
January 2022 in Review
We’re all set to bolt towards new horizons in 2022. But that doesn’t mean the buck stops here. We love you; we love interacting with you, and we want you to stick around. So, don’t go anywhere. Keep coming back, and stay subscribed to the podcast, because we have plenty more to come.
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