This podcast features Harry G's perspective on how to break in to today's entertainment industry. Harry provides his perspective, breaks down the skills you need, how to establish your network, and much more.
On today's episode, we have Head of Marketing for Ad Hoc, Morgan Schaffner! I have personally worked with Morgan on dozens of shows together. Only in her 20s, she has extensive experience holding various roles in marketing and touring. We chat about her path in music, important skills that every newcomer needs in order to thrive, and tips on how independent artists can gain the attention from promoters, managers and agents!
Today, we have Founder & Group CEO of Sound Diplomacy, Shain Shapiro. Shain has an interesting rap sheet… he holds a PhD in cultural policy, is an accomplished speaker — having delivered the first ever Ted Talk on ‘Music Cities’ and pioneered the model linking music to urban policy that is being replicated all over the world. We chat about his path in music and how newcomers can stand out and build a network from anywhere in the world.
Today, we venture outside of music and into the world of journalism. Lindsay Christine is a sustainable fashion journalist. She shares tidbits on how to get your career started and keep a positive mindset.
On today's episode, I chat with accomplished music and entertainment lawyer, Dani Oliva. Dani shares his unique path as a trans-man in entertainment, his involvement with the LGBTQ+ community, and with independent artists. Dani’s story is truly inspiring. Hope you enjoy!
On todays episode, I sit down with industry professional, professor, and entrepreneur, Jeremy Gruber. Together, we walk through how the music business has evolved since the early 2000’s and how he has forged a successful and lasting career as a digital strategist, working with the likes of John Legend, Charlie Puth, and many others.
Harry G chats with entertainment lawyer, Sindee Levin about growing up in Los Angeles as a kid living across the street from Elvis, how to stand out and thrive in a male dominated industry, and how artists can monetize their music.