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LED Gig Pricing

January 13, 2016 by


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


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


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


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 […]