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Enjoy the moment and the rest will follow

By Eve Buigues

Too often we practice self-evaluating instead of focusing on singing. We choose to listen to ourselves in order to decide whether we are good enough, and that does us no good. We get discouraged. What we must understand is that there is a time for everything. When we practice scales and excercises it’s as good a […]

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Gig Travel – The Solo Gigger

By Riley Wilson

How do you get to your shows? Planes, trains, automobiles, boats, bikes or on foot? There are many ways to get from point A to point B in 2015. Here are some important factors to keep in mind that will help you remain prompt, punctual, and professional.

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Live Entertainment Economics – THE  SOLO GIGGER

By Riley Wilson

I spoke with a client just last week who wanted to book me for a three hour private party. He had already seen my video on YouTube and liked what I did. This was his wife’s 50th birthday party and he wanted it to be memorable.  He then said, “ your price quote is a […]

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The Importance of Tunnel Vision

By Riley Wilson

When I was in grade school, we lived in Lexington, KY. Beautiful country and thanks to the proliferation of race horses, “(horse) flies as big as Buicks,” to quote Emmylou Harris. I remember first going to Keeneland, the quarter horse track in Lexington when I was about nine years old. It was exciting to see […]

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The Solo Gigger – Continuing Education

By Riley Wilson

What’s the name of the last book you read? Some of you will have an immediate response and may even recite the author and title. Others may not know or care and doubtless some of you will admit that “I never read books.” The topic of perpetual education may appear to be an odd one […]

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How Did Bruno Mars Make It?

By Lisa Popeil

Bruno Mars was born Peter Gene Hernandez on October 8, 1985, in Honolulu, Hawaii, one of six children from a musical family. His father (a Latin percussionist from Brooklyn, New York) and his mother (a hula dancer and talented vocalist) formed a Vegas-style revue which featured the entire Hernandez family. They performed doo-wop medleys and impersonations for enthusiastic crowds. Peter was […]

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Audio-Technica Wireless Scores At Super Bowl XLIX

By Waldo Watts

Living and breathing audio as we do, it’s tough to watch a major performance on TV and not wonder… “What kind of mic is that?” Well, during the the Super Bowl XLIX halftime show on February 1, 2015, 114 million people watched as GRAMMY winner Lenny Kravitz took to the stage with an Audio-Technica Artist Elite® […]

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The Money Question

By Riley Wilson

We’ve discussed money in bits and pieces during the course of this blog for almost two years. In this installment, we need to get specific so you can earn money while you perform and enjoy the process.

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