In the latest episode Of Music, Money And Life, Aaron speaks with Isabella Bedoya from The Fame Hackers about how to build a sustainable career in the music business from the ground up. Learn more about Fame Hackers: https://www.thefamehackers.com/webinar-optin
For a free four hour audio/video course on how to license your music in tv and films, visit https://www.htlympremium.com/free-course.html
Originated by Greater Alexander, the Greater Impact House is about developing ground level awareness for career-driven creatives towards urban renewal in Detroit, Michigan. This project is geared towards established artists that are focused on creating artwork and music without the use of drugs, alcohol, tobacco or any other mind altering substances. Learn more: https://www.greaterimpacthouse.com/
In the latest episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron speaks with Jason Davis from Radar Label Group and One One 7.
Jason's career began as a songwriter when he was discovered by Grant Cunningham, the former VP of A&R for Sparrow Records. Davis went on to write a #1 Billboard hit, received several ASCAP songwriting and publishing awards, and was nominated for a Latin music award. Davis has also co-founded other cutting edge entertainment companies such as Radar Label Group (Jimmy Eat World, Plain White T's, Neon Trees, The Unlikely Candidates), One One 7, Awaken Records (Austin French), and Care For Kids. He is also co-president and partner of booking agency Higher Level Agency.
Learn more about Jason Davis:
One One 7 ( https://oneone7.com/) , Radar Label Group ( https://www.radarlabelgroup.com/) , and Noble Management ( http://www.noble-management.com/).
In the latest installment of Music, Money And Life, Aaron speaks with composer Dario Forzato about how to crack the music licensing code. Visit https://www.htlympremium.com/ to register for the upcoming 365 Day Music Licensing Challenge.
In the latest installment of Music, Money & Life, Aaron speaks with singer/songwriter Dan Frechette about selling music on the platform Bandcamp vs streaming music on Spotify, performing house concerts, life as a musician during the pandemic and much more.
Learn more about Dan: http://www.danfrechette.com/Home.html
Dan on Bandcamp: https://officialramblingdanfrechette.bandcamp.com/music
In the latest episode of Music, Money & Life Aaron speaks with singer/songwriter/vlogger Aaron Matthew about life on lockdown in the Caribbean and shares a brand new song from Aaron. Learn more about Aaron Matthew here: https://aaronmatthewmusic.org/
In the latest episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron speaks with self care and wellness coach Katie Zaccardi about managing mental health in the music industry.
Learn more about Katie: http://katiezaccardi.com/music/
James Rim is a producer who has worked with clients including Jaden Smith, Willow Smith, Kobe Bryant, Raury, Dev Hynes, Chloe & Halle, SZA, Meek Mill, YG, DJ Mustard, Ciara, Jill Scott, Jamie Foxx, Tyler the Creator, Frank Ocean, Aloe Blacc, Tricky Stewart, Akon, LMFAO, Brandy, Ray J, Justin Bieber, Christina Milian, The Dream, P. Diddy, Heavy D, and more.
Get all the details about the upcoming course, "Mixing Pop Vocals" with James Rim here:https://www.htlympremium.com/pop-vocal-course.html
In the latest episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron chats with LA based Elina Segall about social media marketing and the "Five Pillars Of Instagram Marketing". Learn how to build a community of fans of your music on Instagram in this episode.
Aaron from https://www.htlympremium.com/ speaks with TV composer Eddie Grey about discipline, staying motivated, meditation, choosing to remain positive, work/life balance, team building in the music industry and much more.
Links mentioned in podcast:
Go Premium here:https://www.htlympremium.com/
Commercial featuring "The Greatest Show" https://youtu.be/73XN0jhx6oE
Liz Cirelli Album (Awakening):https://lizcirelli.bandcamp.com/album/awakening
David Fogel's Album "Back In The Groove":
Gary Gray Advanced Craftsman Course Clinichttps://www.garygrayadvancedcraftsmanclinic.com/
More about Aaron Davison and his music:https://www.aarondavison.net/
Aaron from http://htlympremium.com/ speaks with singer/songwriter Kelly Pardekooper about his music career, how he stumbled into licensing and landed placements on shows like Sons Of Anarchy and True Blood, films such as Vengeance starring Nicolas Cage and many more.
Aaron from http://htlympremium.com/ speaks with Producer/Artist Spencer Davidson about how he's been able to generate over 16 million Spotify streams for one of his projects, by connecting and partnering with social media influencers. Learn more about Spencer's music here: https://www.azlanaudio.com/
Aaron from https://www.htlympremium.com/ speaks with Christoffer Hylander, aka Killigrew, about how he's been able to generate over 20 million Spotify streams and has been generating a full time income from Spotify for the last four years.
In the latest episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Deborah Mannis-Gardner, the owner and President of DMG Clearances, INC. Learn everything you need to know about music clearance in this episode.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with composer and producer, Anthony Clint JR. Anthony is a composer, producer and beatmaker who has had a lot of success recently in the licensing space. He's had his music on TBS, Oxgen, NCAA, Bravo, Bad Girls, True TV and much more.
In the latest episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron from http://howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with TV Composer Eddie Grey about the path to success in music licensing, how to build up contacts, how to sell your licensing catalog, how to get started and much more.
Aaron speaks with the CEO of DeWolfe Music USA, Joel Feinberg. Joel discusses some of the key areas most musicians seem to get wrong when it comes to licensing music, the nature of production and library music and much more.
For more information on How To License Your Music Premium, visit http://www.htlympremium.com/
For more information about DeWolfe Music, visit http://dewolfemusic.com/
In this episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron speaks with Chuck Hughes from the Hillbilly Hellcats. Chuck has had enormous success in licensing over the last 7 years and has racked up over 3,500 different placements. He's also crushing it on Spotify with over 2 million streams and 14,000 follwers. At 66, Chuck shows no signs of slowing down and maintains an active touring schedule, in addition to his success in licensing and streaming. Find out how he does it in this podcast!
What do John Cougar Mellencamp, Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, The Rolling Stones, Lady Ga Ga, Bruno Mars, Sting, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Seger, Dave Grohl, Elton John, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Jon Bon Jovi, Steven Tyler, The Smashing Pumpkins, Meatloaf, B.B. King, Rod Stewart and John Fogerty have in common? All of these rock and roll superstars have performed with Kenny Aronoff as their drummer, keeping the beat in the studio or on the road. In this episode, Aaron speaks with world renowned drummer Kenny Aronoff.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with producer Gary Gray about getting big, lucrative clients in the licensing industry, writing instrumental cues, networking, the future of How To License Your Music.com and more.
Aaron from http://howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ chats with TV composer Eddie Grey about how in just three years he's created a full time, growing income from his work as a tv composer for shows like Born This Way, The Healer, Shark Tank and many more.
For more information on the course, "How To Be A Full Time TV Composer", visit http://www.htlympremium.com/tv-composer.html
In this episode, Aaron Davison from http://howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with marketing and branding expert Ariel Hyatt from Cyber Pr Music.com about ways musicians can more effectively build their brands, get more publicity and attract more followers.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Michael Lande from Music Orange, about the world of licensing music in ads and commercials. Music Orange has worked with clients like KFC, Toyota, McDonald's, EHarmony, Ebay, Dove, Dockers, Nike, Virgin, Twitter, United Airlines and more.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with the VP Of Marketing for CD Baby, Kevin Breuner about promoting music on Spotify, Publishing Adminstration, How To Launch A Music Marketing Campaign and more.
In this episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron broadcasts from LA, where he shares tips on networking face to face, how to submit music to supervisors and publishers and shares stories and lessons learned from his latest music licensing/production retreats.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Michael Nieves, the founder of Sugaroo Music. Sugaroo handles licensing for artists like Wilco, Tom Tom Club, The Offspring, Kate Bush, Michael Franti & Spearhed and many more.
In the latest episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron speaks with the amazing songwriter, composer and former screen writer for Happy Days, Jimmy Dunne, who has written songs for Whitney Houston, Kenny Rogers, Janet Jackson, Take 6, Anne Murray and many more, and has had songs in films like Pretty Woman, Princess Diaries II, Nothing In Common, Fame, Dear God, Heart Like a Wheel, Exit to Eden, Fatal Attraction, Mother’s Day and many more.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with musician Steven Davis about never giving up your dreams, pursuing a music career later in life, rediscovering the joy of music, Steven's latest release and much more.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Portia Sabin, the owner of the indie record label, Kill Rock Stars (Deerhoof, The Decemberists, Elliot Smith) about what it's like running an indie label in 2017, the state of the music business, the future of the music business and much more.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with filmmaker and musician, Chip Miller. Miller has produced 195 MTV/VH-1/BET & CMT music videos, national commercials, award-winning documentaries, a Disney TV weekly kids series, PBS TV Pledge Specials, an HBO concert, and several indie feature films. Previous to DCAM/Winmill, Miller was an Art Director, a film Producer, Editor, Music Supervisor, Screenwriter, and Director, on dozens of movies, many television programs & made-for-TV Movie.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ discusses the positive side effect of pursuing a career in licensing and also discusses the importance of enjoying the process of becoming a better songwriter and musician. He also plays a new song called "You And I'.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Ashley Neumeister from True Music. Ashley is the head of licensing and supervision for True Music. TrueMusic clients include: ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, CW, WB, Columbia Tri-Star Television, Disney Channel, Fox Searchlight, HBO, Nickelodeon, Sony Pictures Television, Paramount Television, Showtime, and Viacom among many others.
Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with David Frederick about his amazing career in sync licensing. David is an Emmy nominated and multi award winning composer whose music has been heard on The Big Bang Theory, Pretty Little Liars, Criminal Minds, Pawn Stars and many more places.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Emmy Award winning songwriter Michèle Vice-Maslin. Michèle is a songwriter, arranger, publisher and producer who’s had over 5000 music placements in shows like Sons Of Anarchy, Pretty Little Liars, Joan Of Arcadia, Malcolm In The Middle, Guiding Light, The Hills, Laguna Beach, Ugly Betty, King Of The Hill and many, many more. Her accomplishements also include placements in dozens of feature films and writing the theme song for the WB show Pop Stars. She’s written for artists like Nick Carter, Keisha, Sam Moore and many others.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Jason Grishkoff, The founder of the popular music blog Indie Shuffle, as well as the musician to blogger, music submission service, SubmitHub. Learn how to get your music to top industry bloggers, the type of music bloggers gravitate towards and more.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Lisa Klein Moberly From Optic Noise about working with co writers, finding proper representation, whether or not you should sign exclusive deals and much, much more.
Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with the founder and CEO of Wacbiz, Suzanne Hilleary about sync licensing, Youtube promotion, the current state of music licensing, the future of the music business and more. Wacbiz's roster includes artists like OK Go, The Zac Brown Band, Suzanne Vega and many more.
Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Jason Moss from Super Sonic Noise about the ins and outs of music licensing, how to make a full time income, what works best for licensing, networking strategies and much more. Must hear interview!
In the latest episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron speaks with the "sculptor of sound", Gary Gray. Aaron and Gary discuss the importance of developing a team, how making a showreel can propel your career forward, Aaron's plans for 2017 and much more.
Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Gregg Latterman, CEO Of Aware Records. Aware was an indie label based out of Chicago that helped launch the careers of John Mayer, Train, Five For Fighting and many more artists.
Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Dhruva Aliman about how he's able to generate over $13,000 a quarter from his videos on Youtube that have been viewed hundreds of millions of times.
Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with musician Matt Farley about how he's been able to amass a catalog of over 18,000 tracks about everything from poop to office supplies and generates 2k a month in passive income.
Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Taylor Swift’s former manager and current advisor
to Big Machine Records (Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts), Rick Barker,
about what it was like helping launch arguably the biggest star in the music
business and what it takes to make it in the music industry in 2015 and
Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Mike Mizwinzki about how he's been able to climb the ladder of the music business over the last several years landing placements on shows like Sons Of Anarchy and sharing the bill with artists like the Wallflowers, Bob Weir, America and many, many more.
Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with pedal steel guitarist and saxophonist John Heinrich about what it's like touring with artists like Ronnie Milsap and Hank Williams JR and living and working in Nashville since 1985.
Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with musician Mike Goudreau about how he's been able to license his music in a diverse range of projects, including shows on CBS, ABC, HBO, TBS, TNT and more!
In this episode of Music, Money and Life, Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ interviews Beth Wernick, the owner of Imaginary Friends Music Partners about how to license your music in tv and films.
In this episode of "Music, Money and Life" Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ talks with Gregory Douglass from the Creative Advisor.com about how to succeed as an independent musician in 2013.
In the latest episode of Music, Money and Life, Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ talks with Brooklyn based bassist John Montagna about what it's like juggling family life and the life of a working musician, touring with artists like Todd Rundgren, Alan Parsons and more.
In this episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Jason Greenberg from Soundscape Media about different ways musicians can improve their music licensing sucess.
Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with musician Chuck Hughes about how he's able to generate $50,000 a year as a musician through licensing, touring, download sales and streaming revenue.
In this episode, Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaks with Montreal based songwriter and composer Aaron Saloman about how he's able to generate passive income from licensing his music via stock music libraries.
This episode features Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ speaking with saxophonist Todd Forman. Todd played saxophone and recorded with the original line up of the band sublime and toured the world with the second incarnation of the group, Sublime With Rome, in 2010 playing for crowds as big 80,000 people in Brazil and playing venues like Red Rock, Jones Beach ampi-theatre and many more. After a year and half touring with the band, Todd decided that the lifestyle wasn’t for him and decided to walk away from what would be a dream job for many musicians. During our conversation Todd talks about what it was like playing with Sublime in the early days, the circumstances that led to singer Brad Nowell’s death in 1996, and what it was like to live the life of a rock star for a year and a half.
In this episode of "Music, Money And Life" Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/speaks with Nashville based singer/songwriter Nate Davenport about what it's like pursuing a music career in Nashville.
In this episode of "Music, Money And Life" Aaron Davison from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ talks with Publisher and Author Aaron Bethune from Play It Loud Music about the traits of successful musicians.
In the debut episode of Music, Money And Life, Aaron from http://www.howtolicenseyourmusic.com/ talks with Gary Gray about neworking and his experience working with the legendary producer Quincy Jones.