Are there too many digital tools for artists?
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woa. i seriously need a manager.
you should have ended this thing with your head exploding
hats off to your cue card guy –
this is another reason to toss and technology I own –
I love my vinyl.
Yea, it’s worth the money to pay a manager to handle those things. As an artist, it’s still important to understand how those things work.
Hahahahaha it’s not that bad 😄
Very Well Said, You Hit The Nail On The Head…Wow…
regardless, it would be helpful to post the list of sites you recommended
Here is the list of sites.. believe me, it took some time to compile but it’s worth it.
This is fuckin’ awesome!
Here – read this:
[…] this video made by Peter Malkin about what artist managers are faced with in the current music market. Daunting to day the […]
funny, captures the overwhelming swirl of today and reminds us what really matters.
Like your video so much. We are Chinese music blogger. We can’t use Youtube because of the goverment firewall , wonder if we can upload your video in Chinese video servicer.
Thnx so much. Hope you can. Going international! Love it!
Yes amazing video …like you say at the end of the day you got to meet real people social media managemnt look like its becoming like search engine submissions …great vid
Thnx Jane. Glad people are getting the real message!
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