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LED Gig Pricing

January 13, 2016 by

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If you thought this article was about hiring us to perform, try this link instead and book us now!  A friend approached me with a question about LED gig pricing and, having taken a moment to send some good feedback, I thought my answers might be useful to other artists looking to set their rate […]

9 Lessons Artist-prenuers Can Learn from Oprah & Revolva

November 19, 2014 by

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If you somehow missed, it, Revolva was recently asked to donate her performance skills to the local stop on Oprah’s new tour, The Life you Want. The irony is palpable. First, I want to say that I consider Revolva an incredible artist and I think her choice to turn down Oprah was not only appropriate […]

10 Reasons Why Undercutting is Bullsh*t!

October 8, 2014 by

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I suspect this won’t be a popular post with many people because the title of the article may imply one thing while the content says something else. I invite you to open your mind and consider what’s presented here with curiosity and genuinely trying to find whatever bits of truth in it you can. You […]

Pricing a Gig: Getting Undercut

June 10, 2013 by

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Pricing seems to be the topic of the day for me. I got two notes in my inbox on the subject and I wanted to share a few thoughts. For starters, if you’re new to pricing performances, you might want to check out this article written earlier in 2013 about it to support your pricing […]