Whether you are an artist or songwriter, if you are reading this, you have probably been working towards a very pointed and exact target: Christian music. The problem is that we sometimes write a very similar message and style over and over again. Perhaps the problem is not what we are trying to do, maybe it’s that we are aiming for too small of a target…
It’s that elusive thing that most artists dream of. The perfect recording deal that will give you a stunning project, propel you to radio, and jump start your music ministry. But no labels are signing. Even if they did, you aren’t sure you’d want them to own you, or your music, or your money! You could pay for it yourself, but you don’t have the money to invest in the whole thing. Plus, you’d own … (Read More) >
A new project that lets you experience the whole life of a songwriter, from working with and learning from a Master Songwriter, to producing an amazing single, to pitching your single in person to a major Christian music publisher face to face.
Almost all of us creatives face the same problem: we are creative in more than one area. We like to write songs, or perform, or paint, or pen novels, or develop web sites, or produce music or video works, or [insert your creative thing here]. So how do you choose which one to work the hardest on? Which needs to take a back seat? And which one needs to be completely stricken from the creative ledger!
This package includes our usual top-quality recording in Nashville with the top players and engineers in the business, as well as radio promotion through A-Sides promotion to get your single to hundreds of radio stations. Several of our artists have been using A-Sides, with one single reaching over 500 stations!
meh informal exclamation 1. expressing a lack of interest or enthusiasm. “Meh. I’m not impressed so far” adjective 1. uninspiring; unexceptional. “the songs just came out … meh” I hear all the time from folks who feel like they have been taken, or ended up with a bad project, or worked with the wrong person. They lament the fact that they made the wrong choice in producer, studio, or just in someone they trusted to help them well … (Read More) >
Do you ever feel like your entire creative career is a long, arduous journey to nowhere? That no matter how hard you try, all the work, all the pain, and all the money spent is just wasted on deaf ears, blind eyes, and a world that just doesn’t care about your art? So how do you turn that around? How do you defeat “The Slow No”?
We’re moving towards something new this year. Something big, and so I have been carefully charting a course to get us there. Of course at some point, the thing everyone is trying to discover (in an age when any music you make is worthless as far as it’s intrinsic value to the consumer) is where do you find money to pursue your music?
It’s easy when you are a creative person to get all caught up in the what, the how, and when, and the where. Where’s my next gig? What’s my next song or great piece of art going to be? How do I get a bigger audience? When will I get paid? But the WHY is most important…
An exclusive report on the state of the music industry from both the labels side and the indie side. Focusing on what really works for Christian artists on the front lines of ministry.