My guest today is Tony Boden.
Tony is a UK booking agent, promoter and head of European touring at ArteryGlobal.com - a company who look after an enormous roster of artists from all over the globe.
Recently I was able to sit down and have a one on one with Tony about his experiences, thoughts and opinions on the music business. And it was a great conversation.
In this episode we talk about being a booking agent, what they do, how to become one, being a concert promoter and all of the risks you face as a promoter - after all concert promoters are the ‘gamblers’ of the music business.
Tony’s doing some great things in the music industry and I hope you’ll agree that this is yet another interesting and informative episode of Music Business Facts.
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115. Chris O'Brien - General Manager for Destroy All Lines
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114. Business Skills for Composers
47:35Chris Boardman, Sebastian Wolff, and Xiao'an Li welcome you to Business Skills For Composers - a Facebook group for composers where discussions center solely around business related practices. It doesn't matter how much or how little experience you have - everyone is welcome to post in line with the group rules and requirements. You will be safe from judgement. A rising tide raises all ships. Let's not compete in a race to the bottom, but push each other to greater heights instead! Join Business Skills for Composers here Just under 5000 members. My first 4 way live interview. 3 of the admins of the group. Sebastian Wolff - Seattle based, licencing & royalties. Chris Boardman - University lecturer at University of Miami Xiao’an Li - (C Ow Anne) - Live presentations During the interview we discuss a number of cool topics such as: Song writing Royalties Music for film, TV and games Commissions Copyright and intellectual property in the United States Music licensing Performance rights organisations Business skills Opportunities for composers - like creating audio brands A.I And especially interesting, as the conversation has a US focus, the differences within different territories So without further delay here’s my conversation with Sebastian Wolff, Chris Boardman, and Xiao’an Li from Business Skills For Composers. I hope you enjoy it! Also, I’ve started my own music business Facebook group. I’ve called it the Music Industry Entrepreneurs Association and we're having some cool discussions in there. If you’d like to check it out then visit www.miea.biz Thanks so much again for listening. I really appreciate your support and I hope you got something out of today’s episode. If you haven’t already subscribed to the show - search me in either iTunes or Stitcher Radio and that way you’ll never miss an episode.
113. Rob Carroll - PR and Management for Rare Finds
34:36My Guest today is Rob Carroll. Rob Carroll is the Managing Director of a Sydney based boutique PR and management company called Rare Finds. Rare Finds aims to foster a scene within the local indie music community as well as provide unique touring opportunities for emerging artists - specifically on the east coast of Australia. Rare Finds specialise in digital music servicing, management, consultancy, publicity, label services, and event production. Rare Finds is also a subsidiary of Chugg Entertainment and for those of you who don’t know - Michael Chugg is a behemoth of a player in The Aussie music scene. They call Chuggy “The Godfather Of Australian Touring”. And I was actually lucky enough to interview Michael Chugg way back in episode 3 of Music Business Facts: http://www.musicbusinessfacts.net/?s=michael+chugg Now that one is still an awesome interview but it’s frigging hilarious. Anyhow, here’s my interview with Rob Carroll of Rare Finds- I hope you enjoy it.
112. Nick Findlay- How To Get Your Music Played On Triple J Radio
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111. James Newcome from Musicpreneur.com
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110. Carl Neumann-Director of Heavy Magazine
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109. Tim Charles- The Epitome Of A Modern Music Business Entrepreneur.
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108. Phil Bauer- Director Of New Business Development @ CD Baby.
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107. Tony Boden - Artist Engagement and Booking Tours with Artery Global's Head of European Touring
42:04My guest today is Tony Boden. Tony is a UK booking agent, promoter and head of European touring at ArteryGlobal.com - a company who look after an enormous roster of artists from all over the globe. Recently I was able to sit down and have a one on one with Tony about his experiences, thoughts and opinions on the music business. And it was a great conversation. In this episode we talk about being a booking agent, what they do, how to become one, being a concert promoter and all of the risks you face as a promoter - after all concert promoters are the ‘gamblers’ of the music business. Tony’s doing some great things in the music industry and I hope you’ll agree that this is yet another interesting and informative episode of Music Business Facts. Website: www.musicbusinessfacts.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/musicbusinessfacts Twitter: twitter.com/musicbizfacts