Most every person who comes to see us in Nashville thinks they want the same thing: to someday pursue their music ministry as a full-time job. Or if not full-time, at least a pursuit that pays for itself.
Here’s the news you want to hear: It can be done.
Now the news you don’t want to hear: It takes an extraordinary amount of commitment, consistency, and overall work.
“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” – Thomas Edison
Yes, the artists who seem to be out there doing their thing either have a HUGE team working for them (usually a label, or just many different folks they employ), or they are crushing it in how much time they personally put into it. Many times, it’s both of these.
So can you make a living as an artist traveling across the US doing music ministry?