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Today’s guest is an award-winning entrepreneur, musician, and manager of a platinum selling pop band. He’s toured Europe, North America, and the Far East; played on countless TV and radio shows and performed in some of the most renowned music venues in the world.

His name is James Taylor, and here are a few of the companies, brands and celebrities he’s worked with: Sony Entertainment, Universal, Google, YouTube, Yamaha, BMG, Martin Taylor (Jeff Beck, Stephane Grappelli), Billy Cobham (Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock), Luis Conte (Madonna, Phil Collins), Tony Trischka (Sir Paul McCartney, Steve Martin), John Patitucci (Dream Theater, Liquid Tension Experiment), Bryan Sutton (Dixie Chicks, Taylor Swift), and Nathan East (Michael Jackson, Daft Punk, Stevie Wonder).

We bow to his glory.

I can’t wait for you to hear the wisdom James brings with him in today’s podcast episode.

Let’s Rock!

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The modern musician’s “bundle of rights”
  • How an independent musician “accidentally” made $100k in a single day and how you can too
  • Why creating passive income through music is highly achievable and how you can do it
  • Surprising ways to make money with music – without selling music (Wut???)
  • What a Music Marketing Funnel is and why it’s totally bad ass
  • A painful mistake we musicians make and how to easily avoid it
  • How to use a Music Marketing Funnel to book gigs – passively
  • WTF a Fan Avatar is and why you shouldn’t piss it off

Useful links:

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Thanks for Listening!

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A very special thank-you to James for joining me this week.

Until next time: Rock on and prosper!

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