In the business world, the term “elevator pitch” describes a succinct summary of a concept, product, or a person’s professional skills; the idea is to be able to deliver your spiel in the span of an elevator ride. That might not sound cool, but the same general principle applies in how to quickly generate excitement for your music – without ever playing a note. Here are five handy tips to help define your music so you won’t be caught off-guard the next time someone asks what you sound like.
Collaboration is where the magic happens. However, if you’re not prepared to work with someone else – or if you’re not working with the right kind of co-writer – you might find that the process isn’t nearly as fun or productive as you hoped it would be. So what can you do to make sure your co-write is a success? Here are 13 tips you should keep in mind every single time you write with someone.
Since our first event in Boston was such a huge success, we’re excited to share that the second Boston Musician Hangout will return to The Red Room @ Cafe 939 on October 20, 2014 for a night of incredible open mic performances, fun jam sessions, meaningful networking opportunities, free food and beverages, and prize giveaways!