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 71 | Cybersecurity
  Online fraud and identity theft are too common nowadays. Extremely dangerous and well-organized cybercrime groups now use sophisticated software systems to hack into businesses and individuals’ accounts or websites. In this episode, Chris Adams, the Founder of  CCA Technology, sits down with Bree Noble and provides tips to protect yourself from cybersecurity breaches – from spotting phishing emails to password combination ideas to safeguard your online accounts. — Watch the episode here   Listen to
TPM 70 Bob | Music Publishing
  Do you have a burning passion for music? In this episode, Bob James discusses the ins and outs of the music industry. This in-depth knowledge about music publishing brought to the table is based on his experience as an active music manager for many years, representing various artists, songwriters, and producers. Bob now runs Get Money From Music, a company that specializes in providing music business knowledge, mentoring, and coaching through different programs. He
TPM 69 | Artist Identity
  As a musician, it’s very important that you find your artist identity or unique sound—something that makes your music truly you. You don’t have to copy the trendy things pop stars are doing now. It’s better to make it a choice rather than a default that you have to always do. If you want to learn more about artist identity, join your host Bree Noble and her guest Gemma Sugrue. Gemma is a voice
TPM 68 Mike | Songwriting Business
  What makes you stand out in the business of songwriting? Bree Noble welcomes Mike Errico, a New York-based musician, writer, and lecturing professor. Mike tells Bree how being yourself is all that people want. Why? Because being yourself differentiates you. One way to know yourself and how you fit into songwriting is by journaling. Pay attention to what you write. If you start pouring out poetry, perhaps it’s not writing songs that make you
TPM 67 | Music Royalties
  Navigating music royalties can be complicated, especially when you don’t understand the legalities of copyrights. Bree Noble interviews Dave Ratner, the Lead Lawyer at Creative Law Network. Dave explains that copyright is the legal basis of creative works. As soon as you create the work, you own the rights to it. But when you record it, that’s an entirely separate copyright that involves the master. So when a song plays over the radio, it

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