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Pt. 8, PR for Dummies

Read "Pt. 8, PR for Dummies" reviewed by B.D. Lenz

I've often thought to myself: “Miles Davis never had to deal with things like mailing lists, and websites, and posters... and press releases!" While this is no doubt true, we live in a different world than Miles Davis did and we're not Miles Davis. Throughout this column I've tried to stress how, in this ...

Pt. 7, Touring Logistics

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In my last column, I covered the first step of booking a tour: getting the gigs. And while it's easily the most important part, it's really just the beginning of the road. There are matters including transportation, lodging, gear and PR, amongst others, to still contend with. Logistics isn't the most exciting of topics, especially to ...

Pt. 6, Touring: Booking the Gigs

Read "Pt. 6, Touring: Booking the Gigs" reviewed by B.D. Lenz

Booking a tour for your band might be about the most ambitious (and insane) endeavor you will attempt as a musician. To do it requires that you apply many of the skills that I've covered throughout my columns, including booking, networking, PR and use of social media, as well as some I haven't, such as tour ...

ARTICLE: MUSICIAN 2 MUSICIAN

Gina Leishman: This New York Life

Read "Gina Leishman: This New York Life" reviewed by Michael Blake

On the late summer afternoon I visited composer Gina Leishman, we couldn't meet in her apartment because it was under repair. A pipe had burst so a friend was loaning her apartment to Gina for a few days; one of those little studio apartments that New Yorkers manage to transform into what seems like a sprawling ...

ARTICLE: MIND YOUR BUSINESS

Pt. 4, Making Your "Kind of Pepper"

Read "Pt. 4, Making Your "Kind of Pepper"" reviewed by B.D. Lenz

In this DIY age we find ourselves in an unprecedented situation, where releasing recorded music to the world is available to anyone with a computer and an internet connection. The gatekeepers who have traditionally chosen what the public ought to hear have found a gate that's become really large. That, along with the decline of record ...

ARTICLE: MIND YOUR BUSINESS

Pt. 3, Brick Walls And Railroad Tracks

Read "Pt. 3, Brick Walls And Railroad Tracks" reviewed by B.D. Lenz

I wish someone had warned me about the two biggest press kit photo clichés before I perpetrated both. These are either getting your picture in front of a brick wall or next to railroad tracks. They're easily the most overused backdrops in all band press kits and, like every other offender, I believed I looked thoughtful ...

ARTICLE: MIND YOUR BUSINESS

Pt. 2, Booking 101

Read "Pt. 2, Booking 101" reviewed by B.D. Lenz

“Hi, [insert club name] my name is [insert your name] and my band is amazing. Please book us on [insert date] and pay us [mucho $$]." If it were only that easy. Throughout the years, I've learned that booking gigs is often as exasperating an endeavor as listening to the Kenny G Christmas ...

ARTICLE: MIND YOUR BUSINESS

Pt. 1, Ashley’s Graduation Party

Read "Pt. 1, Ashley’s Graduation Party" reviewed by B.D. Lenz

Who is B.D. Lenz and why does he get a column in All About Jazz? The answer to the first question is that I'm a jazz guitarist/bandleader based out of the northern New Jersey area. The answer to the second question is because I asked. I've been leading my own band since ...

Marcus Rojas: Dancing with a Tree

Read "Marcus Rojas: Dancing with a Tree" reviewed by Michael Blake

Sometimes musicians transcend what is considered normal technique. They discover new worlds of sound and establish concepts previously unknown; concepts that even defy the practical methods that the inventors of the instrument intended. One person I know that has done just that is Marcus Rojas. In third grade he decided to play the tuba and, even ...

Enrico Rava and Tomasz Stanko: Elective Affinities

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In memory of Tomasz Stanko. This article was first published at All About Jazz on October 18, 2017. Enrico Rava and Tomasz Stanko have recently launched an ECM super-group with which in July they toured all over Europe, performing in Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway and Romania, as well as in their native countries, ...


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