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Matthew Shell: Making Art with Substance

Read "Matthew Shell: Making Art with Substance" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

Matthew Shell is a Washington, D.C.-based music producer and engineer. Founder and CEO of publishing house and record label MTS Music, Shell writes and produces music for his own solo releases as well as for bands and other solo artists. Currently working on an hour-long jazz opus, “First Light," Shell shares his upbeat philosophy ...

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

Roberta Piket: Focusing on the Music

Read "Roberta Piket: Focusing on the Music" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

Native New Yorker Roberta Piket is a pianist who loves to explore the more inventive territory of jazz and improvised music. A gifted composer, she was a finalist in the Thelonious Monk BMI Composers' Competition. Her latest album, One for Marian: Celebrating Marian McPartland, reached JazzWeek and CMJ Jazz Top 50. Piket graciously ...

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

Artist Roundtable: Where's the Money?

Read "Artist Roundtable: Where's the Money?" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

In our last roundtable, we delved into the topic of hiring a publicist, and the benefits of doing so. In this article, we will discover how our roundtable peers make money from their musical recordings. Are there any secrets to successfully releasing albums or singles in this era of free streaming and rampant stealing?

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

David Longoria: Embracing Innovation

Read "David Longoria: Embracing Innovation" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

Popular trumpeter, songwriter, and producer David Longoria has achieved success in music by refusing to follow the musical crowd. Growing up in relatively poor circumstances, Longoria learned to trust his instincts and to embrace innovation as he set his sights on becoming the internationally respected musician that he is today. At the age ...

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

Cheryl Hodge: Chasing the Muse

Read "Cheryl Hodge: Chasing the Muse" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

Award-winning jazz and blues artist Cheryl Hodge shares how she manages to thrive in the dark and light of today's music business. With a 2016 release (Living Off the Grid) and a persistent attitude, Hodge continues to navigate the sometimes choppy waters of a music career on her own terms. Just nominated for another Hollywood Music ...

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

Carol Albert: Going for the Finish Line

Read "Carol Albert: Going for the Finish Line" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

The new single release by Carol Albert, “Mas Que Nada," has achieved critical acclaim. The recent Global Peace Song Award winner says a jazz musician is like a marathon runner who needs to stay the course in order to win. Here she chats about her own musical path to success, and offers readers tips on how ...

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

Hiring a Publicist: Is It Worth It?

Read "Hiring a Publicist: Is It Worth It?" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

"Without promotion, something terrible happens... nothing!" --P. T. Barnum Jazz artists strive to make the best albums possible, choosing the best songs, selecting other musicians to interpret those songs, and recording the pieces with artistic and technical skill. When their masterpieces are complete, it does not all end there. The artist or band ...

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

Arun Shenoy: Change Brings New Opportunities

Read "Arun Shenoy: Change Brings New Opportunities" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

In the Biz is devoted to the business of making jazz music. We will feature established and emerging jazz artists and discover how they successfully maneuver in the often-challenging world of music today. This is the first article in the series. I recently spoke with Singapore-based jazz composer and record producer Arun Shenoy. His ...

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

Why Don't People Listen to Your Music?

Read "Why Don't People Listen to Your Music?" reviewed by Mike Rubini

My name is Mike Rubini, and I'm pursuing a career in music. I have worked for All About Jazz as a social media consultant. This new column will focus heavily on a well-researched and thoughtful critique of major issues facing independent musicians and an in-depth analysis of the processes that can be used to understand the ...

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

Indie Musician in a Digital Age: Self Promotion Basics

Read "Indie Musician in a Digital Age: Self Promotion Basics" reviewed by Maxim Micheliov

Recently, I've had a very educational experience from being a member of a Facebook page for jazz musicians. As it turned out, the group that listed over 2000 members and was intended for musicians only had a fairly narrow spectrum of actively discussed topics. Rise's Rose Garden Movies and beer?--No. Music?--No, of ...


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