Build a solid “brick house” business as a musician by creating multiple streams of income. Learn up-to-date tactics to grow your 4 cornerstone income streams: recording & releasing music, performing & live streaming, teaching & coaching, and recurring revenue.

Join host Bree Noble as she shares profitable strategies to accelerate and diversity your income from music.

Episode Blogs

TPM 52 | Book Gigs
  Are you interested in figuring out a way to have a career in music? In this episode, Jared Judge shares his journey of having a hard time and not wanting to land a corporate job because he would like to pursue his love and passion for music. Coming across a problem with one of his booking schedules made him realize what he lacked: booking and managing gigs. So he developed an application that helped him. Now,
TPM 51 | Contracts
  Do you know that you can protect your rights in the music industry? In this episode, Eric Farber, an entertainment lawyer with around 20 years of experience and founder/CEO of Creators Legal, tells us the importance of knowing your rights, especially in the music industry. Music can have lots of branches: the beat, the lyrics and writer, the singer, the publisher, and so much more. And if the music or song blows up, without
TPM 50 | Licensing Your Music
  Licensing your music is a marathon, not a race. In this episode, host Bree Noble’s guest is Jody Friedman, a seasoned and accomplished Music Supervisor and Songwriter/Producer. Jody talks with Bree about how you need to know your business if you want to succeed at it. Take the time to get the foundation of your career before you can enjoy the fun, sexy stuff. If you don’t know much about what you’re getting into, you
TPM 49 | Live Streaming
  Live streaming is a typical thing today, and there are many platforms where you can utilize it. In this episode, Bree Noble talks with Amani Roberts on how you could elevate your resources in the music industry through live streaming. Amani is a DJ, producer, professor, and author based in Los Angeles, California. Amani started streaming around the first quarter of 2020 and was able to reap the benefits. He built a community, sold merchandise, received
TPM 48 | Licensing Beats Online
  A successful career in music is more than possible with so many avenues to express and profit from your creativity. One of these ways is through licensing beats online. Breana Marin is a singer-songwriter and the founder of Love Pulse Music, a collective of songwriters and producers specializing in curating music for TV and film. She’s also one of the top-selling hook/songwriters on the beat-making platform, Beatstars. In this episode, Breana chats with Bree
TPM 47 | Teach Music Lessons
  What is one of the easiest and most effective ways to teach music lessons online and earn extra income? By using Muzie.Live! Bree Noble introduces Sam Reti, the Founder of Muzie.Live and a guitar teacher and musician. Muzie.Live is a music platform with high fidelity virtual classrooms where you can conduct online lessons. It makes teaching so much easier for you by allowing you to manage students, assignments, and scheduling in one place. Sam,
TPM 46 | Music Manager
  A music manager organizes, coordinates, schedules, brainstorms, and seeks out opportunities so artists can be as involved in their business as they want to be. In this episode, Bree Noble presents Rosabelle Eales, the Founder of Overall Management. Rosabelle explains how the most successful artists are the ones who have had to figure themselves out first. And that you should not seek management until you understand what you need from a manager. But if
TPM 45 | Freelance Musician
  Are you struggling to make ends meet? If so, you’d want to stick around as Nick Voorhees, the founder & CEO at Melody Nest, talks with Bree Noble about opportunities for freelance musicians. Melody Nest is a company that helps music freelancers of all kinds connect with people who need their services. Artists that are talented, serious, and quick to respond to messages earn good money. Join in the conversation as Nick shares how
TPM 44 | Album Single
  So you’re finally releasing your album after a lot of hard work. Now, what do you choose for your album’s single? How do you choose the right song? In this episode, Bree Noble walks us through choosing the best song to use as singles for your album release. She discusses a few things to keep in mind to get the most bang for the time you’re spending promoting the songs. Equip yourself with the