Come See This Week In Music Live in Santa Barbara Next Weekend, November 5th
It’s been a while since I’ve blogged about This Week In Music. I’ve been so busy I just haven’t had time to keep updating the blog with info on each episode. I hope you’ve been keeping up, Esteemed Producer Will and I have been really proud of our recent episodes. Check out the most recent show with Brian Klein for a taste of the music business to come. I’m in awe of people like Brian and I find a real hopefulness about the future of the business when I talk to him; instead of talking about how it *was*, he talks about how it *is* and where hard work can get you.
Please also check out these recent episodes:
- Marc Geiger talks about his career from college promoter to the dot-com IPO of Artist Direct to his current life as head of Music for WME
- The News Roundtable episode in which we talk about Spotify and more
- Future of Music Coalition’s Kristin Thomson talks about the primary research they’re doing on how artists make money, and how you can help
- Jagjaguwar, Secretly Canadian, and Dead Oceans label founder Darius Van Arman talks about what it’s like to have a #2 selling record as an indie label in 2011
- Former label head and certified genius Al Teller tells us exactly where the music biz went wrong
- Dropkick Murphey’s Ken Casey and Dangerbird Records’ Jeff Castelaz on building a career, DIY-style
- Songkick CEO Ian Hogarth on building a technology startup in the live music space
- Kina Grannis and her manager Jonathan Kalter talk about building a career from YouTube
- Lawyer extraordinaire Ken Hertz talks about the role of a lawyer in the music biz
Wow. That’s a lot of stuff since I last blogged about the show. Please get caught up!
We’ve been dark for a couple of weeks as This Week In is currently moving their studio from Santa Monica to Culver City and I’ve been traveling (Nashville last weekend, writing you from Boulder, CO this weekend — HAPPY 40TH RYAN MCINTYRE!). But we’re jumping back in this week with some great stuff, including an interview with the worldwide head of digital at Universal Music Group, Rob Wells, a world premiere of a killer video from Kina Grannis broadcast live on YouTube, and an interview with MOG‘s David Hyman live from the New Noise Santa Barbara Conference.
In fact, we’d love it if you’d join us in person for the discussion with David. It will be live at New Noise Santa Barbara on Saturday November 5th. New Noise SB is a great boutique conference of less than 200 people in an incredible setting. Please come and join in the conversation. Let your voice be heard! Click here for more information on all the good goings on at New Noise SB. See you there!