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5 Women Who Changed the Face of Rock and Roll

Here’s a guest post from Zac Green, editor-in-chief over at popular music blog ZingInstruments.com. The stereotypical rock 'n' roller is often a long haired man, clad in leathers. However, as we’ll see in this article, women rockers have contributed...

10 Self Care Tips From Olivia Wik That Musicians Can Easily Adapt To Their...

Meet Olivia Wik, a pop singer-songwriter with over 250 original songs in her multi-genre catalogue. Olivia has written with more than 100 songwriters from North America, Barbados, Finland, Spain, Sweden, Japan and England and has a publishing deal with...

Tips for Playing Outside

By Laura B. Whitmore The weather’s getting nice and if you’re like me, you have a bunch of outdoor gigs that you’re getting ready for. Playing outside presents a unique challenge. Here are a few things I’ve learned over the...

10 Tips For Aspiring Musicians by the Command Sisters

19 and 22 year old sister duo, known as the Command Sisters, have been performing together for over 10 years. No strangers to the music industry, the young duo have been on many adventures with their career! Touring Shanghai,...

Tips for Showcase and Contest Submissions

By Laura B. Whitmore, Founder of the Women’s International Music Network  It’s that time of year. Spring has sprung and music is in the air. Along with the season comes your opportunity to play farmers markets, outdoor festivals, fairs and other...

Know Your Brand, Know Yourself: The Importance of Artist Branding

By Cassandra Popescu One of the most important things artists tend to overlook as they carve out their careers is the creation of their image. As superficial as it might seem, an artist’s image and smart, cohesive branding plays a...

Curing Writer’s Block: 7 Day Inspiration Challenge

By Cassandra Popescu As a musician, writer’s block is probably the worst thing that could ever happen to you. It can be frustrating and discouraging, especially if it lingers around for a while. You could be itching to get your...

Love Yourself and Your Music: 5 Self-Love Tips for Musicians

By Cassandra Popescu Let’s face it, sometimes musicians tend to fit the brooding artist stereotype all too well. As an artist, you tend to be your harshest critic. Whether you’re working on a new song, prepping for a big show,...

Putting Yourself Out There: 5 Tips for Submitting Your Music

by Amy "Drea" Dorman It’s that time. You’re itching for the world to hear your music. You’ve poured your heart and soul into this music, spent countless hours and bucks on the tracks, and can’t wait for the wildly positive...