Successful Musicians Podcast

Successful Musicians Podcast – Episode #5: Marvin Goldstein’s Advice on How to Find Fulfillment in Music and His Takeaways from Being a Musician for 60 Years

“Offer anyone, wherever you’re at, to play for them. When you find there’s a meeting or there’s a banquet or there’s whatever, offer to play for free. Play for people and work your way into everything. Then somebody will invite you to do the next one and the next one and the next one. You can’t just stay at home, practice three or four pieces, doing better than anyone’s ever played them and no one ever hears it.” Marvin Goldstein

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Successful Musicians Podcast – Episode #4: Bree Noble’s Income Guide to Make Money on Music

“I don’t think that success means you make a hundred thousand dollars a year from music. Maybe it just means that you have another job but you do this on the weekends and you love it and you can’t wait to do it and you make enough money to pay for all your gear and your gas money and whatever like, it’s whatever is going to make you feel like it’s worth it and that you want to keep doing it.” Bree Noble

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Successful Musicians Podcast – Episode #3: How to Hit A Billion Mark on Spotify, Apple Music, and other Music Streaming Apps with David Nevue

“I have told people in the past that a part of the reason why I’m successful at all is because I didn’t stop and there’s 999 people around me who tried the same thing that I did who gave up after album two. They just stopped because they’re just like “I can’t do this” and so the successful people are successful because they didn’t stop and that’s why it’s important to love what you do and to do it for the joy of it because if you don’t find monetary success with it, you at least are fulfilled and you enjoy and love what you do.” David Nevue

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Successful Musicians Podcast – Episode #2: Joe Bongiorno On How to Prepare for Your First Studio Session, His Take on Signature Songs and How to Earn From Your Music

“I believe to make your dreams come true is to give 100% in everything you do. I don’t care if you’re bussing tables, washing dishes, because that’s how I started. That’s how I got myself, you know, out of bussing tables and washing dishes and waiting tables into a job with real responsibility and real creativity. I got to design menus. I got very challenged with spreadsheets and budgeting and I learned a whole bunch of stuff I had no idea about but I was given an opportunity because of my efforts.” Joe Bongiorno

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