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2 Keys To Writing In Your Own Voice

Today I bring you another guest post- this time one I wrote for Thought Wrestling.com, a fantastic site that offers tons of killer content to those of us in creative careers. CLICK HERE to read 2 Keys To Writing In Your Own Voice Writing, where I relate a lesson...

How To Be The Next Starbucks

Like ’em or not, Starbucks has one of the most integral ingredients a successful brand requires . . . consistency. When you scrunch up your nose, put on your best snob face and order that iced single Venti, 7-pump peppermint, caramel Sauce top AND bottom, light...

I’m Not A Drum Teacher

This may come as somewhat of a shock. I have little desire (nor intent, for that matter) to teach anyone how to play drums. It’s true. What I really do want (and constantly strive) to teach my students is how they can teach themselves. How they can eventually...

Karate-chop Your Music and Your Life!

World touring keyboardist and music career consultant, Steve Nixon, recently asked me to write a guest post for his blog. He’s performed with a Who’s Who of stellar artists, including Grammy Award winners Buddy Guy and Koko Taylor! I’m honored to be...

3 FREE must-have eBooks for Musicians

This week, I wanted to pass along three fantastic [and completely FREE!] eBooks that I have found to be valuable sources for anyone pursuing a career in the music industry. Without further adieu . . . The New Rockstar Philosophy (140 pages) Chock-full of concrete...

Do It: Make Yourself Known

Right around the same time every spring, I get approached by at least one or two college percussionists, asking for a few minutes of my time. I’ve come to believe that they must be completing an end-of-the-year assignment given to them in some sort of Music Business...