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 65 | Music Influencers
  Getting featured by music influencers and curators is one way to get known in the music industry. How exactly can you do it? Jason Grishkoff started music blogging way back in 2008 which already covered a lot of different artists. He was constantly barraged by artist’s emails. Being overwhelmed with numerous submissions made him give up. By 2015, he started freelance jobs where he made websites and coding for other music blogs. That’s where
TPM 64 | Voice Teaching Business
  What are the most crucial factors to scale a voice teaching business? Our guest in this episode offers her experience and insights, taking us to her story of expanding to eCommerce. Bree Noble sits with Whitney Nichole Cytryn, the Founder of Songbird Studios and Creator of the Singing / Straw. Whitney explains why delegation is necessary and why having the best mentors will help guide you in the process. Otherwise, if you try to
TPM 63 Fabiana Claure | Music Entrepreneurship
  Fabiana Claure has been in the music industry her whole life. Armed with a full scholarship education, money was of no concern to her. But when she was finishing her studies, she contemplated how she could make a living. Together with her husband, they decided to venture into music entrepreneurship and start an academy. In this episode, she emphasizes the importance of helping and encouraging musicians to have the courage to decide on what they
TPM 62 | Remote Studio Recording Solution
  The pandemic made a huge impact on different business industries. Some had bad outcomes, but some had good ones. For our guest today, it made it more popular than ever. The pandemic helped boost Kevin Williams’ business. Our guest was introduced to music because his associates, friends, and other musicians are playing in bands. This led Kevin around studios more often, making him evolve more in the music industry. Eventually, he and his partner
TPM 61 Allison Emm | Social Media For Musicians
`   Social media has been getting a lot of bad rap lately, but it’s also no secret that there is a lot it can do for business. Musicians can actually use these social media platforms to engage and interact with their audiences. This is what Allison Emm does at Wisconsin Music Ventures. Using the power of social media, she helps local independent artists thrive in doing what they love. This mission resonates with Allison because

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