Get Most Out of Music Gigs
Author: Peter Spellman
Playing music gigs is no easy task, so why not get the most out of every one? There are things you can do to maximize your return from playing for each audience. Berklee College of Music faculty and music industry veteran Peter Spellman, shares everything he knows about how to promote yourself and your music at every gig.
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