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The Business Side of Music is an interview show designed to help independent artists and songwriters better understand and navigate the music industry. 45-year industry veteran, Bob Bender talks to successful guests from every corner of the industry about their careers to discover the things they did right as well as the lessons they learned from any mistakes they made. businesssideofmusic.com
 
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Do you look at your stems when recording in the studio as a revenue stream, or just layers of your song as a whole? Audioshake has created the AI technology which is designed to help the rightsholder to the music to be able to create professional stems, without having to go back into the studio. This is perfect for the artist who’s looking to creat…
 
Despite the past year being an upsetting time for the music industry, it’s still provided a prime opportunity to accomplish a few things in your career. But are you, as an artist doing the right things? Do you have a professional-looking website? Something that you can take ownership of? How established is your email list? Are you using it to conta…
 
Are you taking full responsibility for your career? Are you your biggest detractor from being successful? Rejection is tough to take. Not only that, the music business is a very competitive field to work in. There are ways to handle it, though. It knows how to handle that inner critic, those voices inside your head. It all starts with building your…
 
Interview with Jeff Coffey is a musician, singer, songwriter who has released 4 solo albums that have been well received by radio and music fans. His songs are very relatable and bridge the gap between Pop, Rock, and Country. Two singles from his CD "Through Your Eyes" and "Long Way Home" made it to the Top 20 on the FMQB AC/40 Chart. Much of Jeff'…
 
Meet Miles Copeland. He grew up living worldwide, in such places as London, Washington, DC, and throughout the Middle East, particularly Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, and Lebanon. At an early age, Copeland and his brothers were fluent in Arabic. In 1978, Copeland became manager of his brother Stewart's band, The Police. Copeland shepherded t…
 
In this episode, we chat with Jonathan Taplin regarding his career working with Bob Dylan, along with The Band (Dylan’s back-up band, along with their solo career), his time with George Harrison putting together the legendary Concert For Bangladesh, what it was like to be a part of Woodstock (yes, he was actually there), and how he and Martin Scors…
 
Having All The Pieces of the Puzzle is what makes us successful in the music business. But you don’t know what you don’t know. It takes years of experience, contacts, and resources to get ahead of the game. On top of that, in today’s Current Music Climate, We need to be current in Social Media Version 2.0 to rise above the rest of the noise out the…
 
In today’s episode, we have DC Glenn from the multi-platinum hip hop group “Tag Team.” Their music has been featured on everything from having a #2 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts (for seven weeks straight) with "Whoomp! (There It Is)", Their music featured in such films as Elf, Shark Tale, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, and D2: The Mighty Ducks. Aft…
 
An Impressionist Painter, An Inspired Madman, A Restless Innovator, A True Legend of Jazz Drums, A Master of Drumming Insanity, and a Genius of the Sticks. These are some of the words that describe Grammy Award-winning drummer Paul Wertico. Hailed in the press as “One of the most versatile and musical drummers in music today,” Paul Wertico was a me…
 
You’re not a bit of everyone as an artist, or at least you shouldn’t be. You are your own identity. Do you have a strategy in place to move your career forward? Are you performing music that fits your lifestyle and belief system, or are you only making the moves to please others or attempting to do so to get ahead? In the end, it’s all about brand …
 
In this episode, we discuss Matej Harangozo, the creator of Open Source Entertainment, a Record Label, and a Music Business Incubator. He’s also the creator of Digital Science Media. Matej literally started his first company from the ground up with almost no start-up capital, to a 5 million dollar a year, 50 employee enterprise called “greenNEWit.”…
 
In this episode, we talk with Guy Robinson, the founder and CEO of the Coalition Agency based in London, England. Our conversation covers how the college live music market has mostly disappeared due to not only the pandemic but new tastes and lifestyles in the young adult market in how they approach their music and discover new artists without atte…
 
Grammy award-winning producer Vivek J. Tiwary is an acclaimed producer of musical entertainment from Tony Award-winning Broadway shows to groundbreaking immersive experiences, a Grammy Award-winning record producer, a #1 New York Times bestselling author, and a media financier/investor. He is the founder of Tiwary Entertainment Group. Vivek’s graph…
 
Have you ever wondered where your passion for music was taking you? In this Covid Pandemic-focused world we currently live in, is there a way to determine the best course of action for you to take? Are you getting the most out of your core creative skills or even knowing what they are, let alone making any money off it? Today’s guest is Christopher…
 
Can music sometimes take the place of medicine? Is it beneficial for Alzheimer's patients to listen to music? Can you improve the quality of your life with the advent of music into your daily routine? Is it possible to save the music education programs in our schools, and why is it needed? These questions and many more are what we discuss with our …
 
A lot of singing has to do with your mindset going into it. It’s not just physical. It’s also mental, along with physiological aspects. Whether it's live on stage or in the recording studio, The voice is not for internal use. It's for external use, or as today’s guest Judy Rodman likes to say, “The Dance of the Melody.” In this episode, we discuss …
 
Are you prepared to run your Day to day operations? Your publicity, your Marketing, your Branding, and your Performance as an artist? Also, keep in mind that you really can’t pay anybody to like your music. You can, however, create a brand. Creating a brand helps identify that you find the marketing partners to help you reach your audience. Guest N…
 
Music is intellectual property, but when the music industry and the tech industry have tried to come together in the past, there have been legacy issues. History has dictated what you, as the content creator, have at your disposal to get it out there to the masses. Oscar Höglund, Co-founder and CEO of Epidemic Sound, a MusicTech company that’s pavi…
 
We chat with entrepreneurs, radio/podcast hosts, mentors, music industry executives, Candy O’Terry, and Jacy Valeras, the creators and hosts of the series “Country Music Success Stories.” During our discussion, we talk about everything from the glass ceiling for women being much higher than it is for men in the music business (It’s an unspoken rule…
 
Growing up in his own words, “he had a bizarre childhood,” Jack Williams enlisted in the Marines, wanting to impress his dad, and became a member of Force Recon. Just before going to Vietnam, knowing he probably wouldn’t return if he did, his commanding officer called him into his office and informed him that due to a paperwork snafu, he wound up g…
 
As an independent artist, especially as a female performer, you can’t replicate what the traditional music industry model is doing, so why try? One of the most important things that today’s independent artists need to understand is online entrepreneurship. Especially when it comes both to and from the female perspective, which can be more challengi…
 
How does a record label, or distribution platform work these days, especially in such parts of the world where the technology opportunities are quite different than in the United States or Europe? Is there a demand in other continents deemed worthy of creating outlets for artists to provide music on? Diego Farias who is the CEO and co-founder of th…
 
Did you know that when playing your instrument, that there’s actually a question of ergonomics? Beyond getting the best sound possible, is there a better way to hold your instrument? Is your posture the best for you when performing? Are you standing or sitting correctly? How about that pain-related playing you experience after long hours of practic…
 
On this episode of The Business Side of Music, we have a conversation with legendary performer Royce Taylor, who talks about his early days of being in the music business, winding up on a worldwide Elvis Presley tribute concert tour, and after all these years on the road, why he doesn't hold back when performing on stage, keeping his show fresh eac…
 
Honored as a 2018 Inductee to the prestigious Songwriter’s Hall of Fame in NYC, 3 time Grammy and 6 time Emmy nominated Steve Dorff has written songs sung by the likes of Barbra Streisand, Kenny Rogers, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Anne Murray, George Strait, Garth Brooks, and countless others, while also establishing himself as a gifted film and …
 
Joey Stuckey is an award-winning guitarist, songwriter, singer, composer, producer, radio and television personality, music columnist, educator and sound engineer. He is also the official music ambassador for his home town of Macon Georgia. And... he's blind. As an infant, Joey lost his sight and sense of smell as the result of a brain tumor and wa…
 
On the show today, we chat with industry veteran April Rider, who is the VP of Radio Promotion & Marketing for Quartz Hill Records. Our conversation hinges around whether the radio is viable anymore, can an artist break out on such music platforms as Tik Tok, Spotify, and YouTube, or does it take both radio promotions along with social media. We al…
 
On this episode of The Business Side of Music, we talk with singer/songwriter Heidi Newfield, who was one of the founding members of the award-winning and chart-topping group Trick Pony. We discuss her career, along with her exciting new solo project “The Barfly Sessions”. On the album, she includes such collaborators as Randy Houser, Jim Lauderdal…
 
In this episode, we talk with Amira Alvarez, the founder, and CEO of “The Unstoppable Woman”, on different aspects of creating a successful career, and how to get around some of the obstacles that can get in your way… most importantly getting out of your own way. In our discussion we talk about: How you Have to Sell Yourself On Yourself You have to…
 
In this special edition titled "DEAD HORSE DISCUSSIONS" with guest co-hosts Rick and Melissa Caballo, owners of Dead Horse Branding Company, we chat with co-founder and Lead Vocalist Eliot Sloan from the multi-platinum award-winning group Blessid Union of Souls. Eliot spends time with us, talking about his career, how the band got started, taking t…
 
Meet David Roys. This guy is a walking encyclopedia when it comes to the record industry. We're not talking about the record labels here. We're discussing the actual creation of making records. It all starts with his dad who was the chief engineer at RCA Records from 1956 until 1967 (and won the Emile Berliner Award from the Audio Engineering Socie…
 
The Music Biz is challenging, scary, and full of the unknown. Entertainment attorney and author Kamal Moo wants to help you avoid mistakes along the way. In this episode, we talk with Kamal about his book "The Straightforward Guide to the Music Biz", and about why its a must-read for anyone looking for a clear, simple, and concise overview of how t…
 
In one of the most heartfelt and emotional Business Side of Music interviews we’ve had to date, in the studio with us is GRAMMY Award-winning country star, John Berry. Celebrating 42 years as a Country music performer, during the 90’s and early 2000s, John placed 20 singles on the country charts, 6 of which went Top 5, with “Your Love Amazes Me”, s…
 
If you had to come up with a word to define Michael Omartian, it would have to be that he's a "Renaissance Man" (okay... that's two words, but you get the idea). He's a man with many talents and areas of knowledge In this episode, we chat with Michael about how he came to work on such projects as Steely Dan's "Aja", "Katy Lied", and Pretzel Logic",…
 
Can an artist find happiness without finding success? Wanna Be Rock Star, Songwriter, and unwitting comedian Doug Robertson thinks so and shares his story with us on this episode. He got into the business because he liked the idea of girls screaming after him when he performed, an idea he got after seeing the Beatles perform on the Ed Sullivan Show…
 
It’s been a solid 12 years, packed with earned life experiences and songwriting since Chad Harvey has released a new studio album. 2008 saw the release of his Get Lit album which provided a platform to tour through 2011. Initially to Harvey, that was a good thing. “The live shows to me are what it’s all about. That is where you connect with your fa…
 
Sarah Beth Perry is the Founder and CEO of With the Band, a fan engagement platform founded in 2017 that strives to develop a community for fans and artists to feel a part of something bigger than themselves. In only 3 years, Perry has grown With the Band from an idea in her dorm room to captivating packed out arenas with her creative and collabora…
 
In 2004, as a musician, Ryan Kintz found that if you weren't signed to a label, or didn't have a booking agent, it difficult to book shows as an Indie Artist. He started renting out venues in the Portland OR area, having friends who had bands, play shows and wound up producing 6 to 10 shows per month. With that, Afton Shows was born. Ryan talks wit…
 
In 2019, "Indie Week" had 24 music venues in downtown Toronto Canada, Over 220 International artists performing and showcasing in those venues, with 350 music industry delegates in attendance. The 5-day conference of Indie Week focused on education, networking, business development, and how to grow internationally. After 18 years running, In 2020 I…
 
Meet Ty Frankel who is the CEO of Shut Down Media. Shut Down Media makes modern production music for television and film which is commissioned to them by the various studios and production companies that need a custom fit for a project. This company became creative during the pandemic, figuring out new ways to generate revenue to keep their doors o…
 
In this episode, we travel out to Los Angeles CA (actually Studio City) to be in the studio with Ryan Neill who is the Vice President of Music Production & Music Supervisor for Spirit Music Collective. He’s worked on such projects as Hallmark Movie Mystery Channel’s “Darrow & Darrow”, along with the Hallmark Film “Christmas at Dollywood” with Dolly…
 
Unlocking music and having it create value in its art form, especially when used in a retail environment is especially critical these days. Ola Sars CEO of Soundtrack Your Brand the world’s fastest-growing music platform for B2B (background music market) shows us how. He feels that the value chain which supplies music has been broken, and the one w…
 
John Waupsh is the CEO of Nerve, which is a service in an app that is crafted to stream unique audio and video content, from your favorite artist. How this app is different from the others is that this one helps the artist make money. Around 2012 he started Preservation Project, finding and releasing previously unreleased projects from artists, esp…
 
They’ve had 12 studio albums, two Greatest Hits records, One Christmas album, 38 singles at radio, and 8 music videos later, the Band Exile is still going strong 57 years since their beginnings. Marlon Hargis, the keyboardist for Exile is our guest on today's episode. Originally called “The Fascinations” they changed the band’s name to Jimmy Stokel…
 
What is the Electronic Music Scene? Is it a concert, a Rave, a Party? In the electronic music scene, it separates itself from the other forms of music, in that the majority of the artists recording the music, are also the creators of the content, along with being their own producer for the project, and encompasses the aspect of the DJ. The Electron…
 
Meet Rick Cua. A member of the successful mainstream rock group "The Outlaws", garnering 2 Gold Records, he's toured with such acts as ZZ Top, 38 Special, Molly Hatchett, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Rod Stewart, Joan Jett, Marshall Tucker Band, The Allman Brothers, and the Dixie Dregs, then spending the next 39 years as a Christian recording arti…
 
In this episode, we chat with Michael Sloane who is the CEO of Streaming Promotions, strategic platform promotions company that specializes in Spotify playlisting. Started about 5 ½ years ago, Streaming Promotions (www.streamingpromotions.com) works with the independent artist or label that typically won't be getting editorial support from Spotify …
 
So you want to be a songwriter. Well, loving music is a good start, but its not going to get you in to any doors. You have to not only know how to write that next big hit song, but what to do with it. Our guest on this episode is Corey Lee Barker, who is the Creative Director of MC1 Nashville Music Publishing. Talks about what it takes to get your …
 
Meet Jeremy Stephens and his wife Corrina Rose Logston who make up 2/5 of the band High Fidelity. Along with Kurt Stephenson, Vickie Vaughn, and Daniel Amick, they're working to preserve the traditional sounds of America's cultural music known as Bluegrass. They've released their 2nd album "Banjo Player's Blues" on Rebel Records, and they visit us …
 
In this episode of the Business Side of Music, we talk with Camille Barbone, an established music industry executive, who is best known as the person who discovered, developed, managed, and launched the mainstream music career of superstar Madonna. We discuss with Camille the new way of doing business during the COVID 19 shutdown of the industry, f…
 
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