Managing Artists in Pop Music, Second Edition
- What Every Artist and Manager Must Know to Succeed
- Narrated by: Maxwell Glick
- Length: 6 hrs and 47 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 03-04-13
- Language: English
- Publisher: Audible Studios
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Glick's upbeat, dynamic delivery captivates the listener from the start, and adroitly captures the book's informative, revealing, and sometimes cautionary tone.
The book teaches future music managers and artists how to acquire clients, negotiate contracts, develop image, administer taxes and finances, and deal with promoters, media, attorneys, and unions. A special chapter addresses artists, advising them on what to look for in a manager, how to sign fair management contracts, and how to avoid career manipulation.
Packed with industry guidelines and sure-fire career tips from industry icons, this book is a professional springboard for music managers, recording artists, singers, and rock bands alike.
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By Asaf M on 07-30-14
Good insight into the pop music business
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The story is great, the layout is well done, and the information is valuable. Great book overall.This book is written from an artist management / development agency stand point. It is a great insight into what it takes to manage an artist and how this business works. The author gives his personal take on the pop music industry, drawing from personal experience, what kind of challenges are involved, and how to approach them (and how not to approach them).The book gives very good examples of what artists should be thinking about before they do anything at all. Think ahead, plan, consult, and educate yourself on the various aspects of the business.
I would like to mention though that this is revolving around the pop music where artist are either members of bands or stage performers (such as a country guitar lead singer). It has nothing on the EDM scene if that is what you are looking for but the ideas and principles are probably the same.
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All You Need to Know About the Music Business by Donald S. Passman
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