This authoritative reference on artist management in the music industry is the standard for all phases of managing a musician's career from both the artist's and . university for a manager is the University of Hunger and Hard Knocks. The music business has become sophisticated. Successful managers have to possess. importantly, belief, is the single most important person/s in an artist's career. Managers run the business side of an artist or band's career, so that the artist.
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Artist management for the music business / Paul Allen. p. cm. Includes index. ISBN (pbk.: alk. paper) 1. Music trade--United States. 2. THE MUSIC BUSINESS for Artist Managers – Jamie Johnson I've spent the past 5 years of my career working in the artist management world; Ready-to- use excel spreadsheets, so you don't need to re-create annoying PDF's yourself. Download the Book:Artist Management for the Music Business PDF For Free, Preface: With the evolution of the music business and the shifting influence.
Thanks for taking the time to put it together, and for keeping it updated as the industry continues to change from one day to the next. The fact that it has updated information is what makes it worth downloading. Lots of info and concisely written. Everything I've read so far has been very informative, a great inspiration and empowering to myself as an attorney and indie artist manager. Please keep up the great work.
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By Paul Allen. Edition 3rd Edition. First Published Imprint Routledge.
You r contrac t will have to spell ou t the obligations and du ties of each individu al. Fo r example, m anagers will o ffer to render adv ice, provide c areer gu idance and cou nsel, and perform other relev ant s ervic es that the artist may requ ire in ord er to fu rther his or her career. The artist will p romis e to mak e him or herself av ailable exclu sively to the manager , be prompt for all engagements , refer all approaches and offers mad e by third parties to the manager, reveal all income that is commissionable within the contrac t to the manager, etc.
The scope of du ties is an important part of the agreement becau se if one party fails to perform his or her du ties there may be cau se for a c laim of breach of contract. You r contrac t will have to spell ou t what each side is expected to rec eive.
The parti es can receiv e advice, income, c redit, commission, career developmen t, pow er of attorney or any thing else that has been negotiated at the table. The bottom line is that each side mu st rec eive something considera tion in order for the con tract to be valid.
Almost all management con tracts will grant the manager exclu sive rights of representati on. That means that the cli ent or artist cannot hire another personal man ager to represent them at the s ame time. The fact that it has updated information is what makes it worth downloading.
Lots of info and concisely written. Everything I've read so far has been very informative, a great inspiration and empowering to myself as an attorney and indie artist manager.
Please keep up the great work. I am writing to request a desk copy of the Artist Management Manual for review for possible adoption for our newly created Artist Management course.
The book is great and from what little I have read so far in my internet browser last night I have already learned a ton!