If you're like me, sometimes the details of prepping your gear for a gig can get the best of you. Here are 7 ways to organize and pre- prep your way to a successful show:
Looking to launch your first website? Here are 10 quick things every musician can do to make your site compelling and effective:
Getting ready to purchase in-ear monitors? Here are 5 things you need to think about before making the purchase:
Most of us have the potential to be amazing at something in music, but we often waste time working on stuff that doesn’t let us express our potential genius. Here are 5 questions to help you find the area you’re brilliant in, and start developing it:
I’m heading to Chicago in a couple weeks to play some shows with a country band, and Mainstage is factoring in big time to what I’ll be doing onstage. Here’s how I’m using Mainstage to help me get the job done:
I met Aaron Kusterer back when I was touring with my original pop/rock group Watching Judas. We instantly clicked since we were both from the St. Louis metro area, had a deep passion for music, and were one of the few guys that played rock music for a living in a secondary market.
As most of you know I grew up near St. Louis, MO, and I've always loved exploring the drivable areas near my hometown. Sarah and I often would spend hours driving through the countryside exploring roads, and I distilled those explorations into our top 4 best day trips. Here they are, in no particular order:
I’m getting ready to play a string of country shows in Chicago at the end of the month, and I’m going to be using Mainstage for all my charts live.