It’s happening, it’s in the works – programming is going to be determined and publicized shortly. Wisconsin Music Ventures is a real thing, you guys – and it is going to be extraordinary.
I’m thrilled to have been asked to be a part of Nō Studios’ live streamed interview lineup, showcasing some of their fascinating members, happening this Saturday.
If you’ve been looking around this website at all, you’ve got an idea of what I may discuss – so I’m excited to announce some future plans on a bit of a bigger stage, if you will.
It’s term number six, and it’s a doozy… A word that usually doesn’t come paired with smiles and hugs and raindrops on roses. We all need this word in our life, but we also all typically dislike it. So do kids – whether they realize it or not (often this word can be misinterpreted as nagging, reminding, annoying, etc.).
Most times when I discuss practicing on this blog/site, it’ll be regarding music. Today, I’ll write on my own practice of resilience – a seemingly constant struggle to maintain sanity and keep forging ahead, despite my circumstances.
My Music Biz & Banter networking group is off to a great start! Yesterday we held our second meetup, and it was just as productive and delightful as the first.
At the “Lunch & Lit” meetups, we’ll be discussing a pre-selected book on music and/or business. This month’s featured “Lit” was Real Artists Don’t Starve, by Jeff Goins.
It’s the fifth term in that good ol’ carriage acronym of mine, and it might be one of my favorites.
As musicians, if we’ve gotten far enough along and are actually making a living in music, that’s pretty interesting in and of itself. To non-musicians, it’s very different – our lifestyles are tough to understand, and often seem like they’re carefree and fun.
Hello! To those of you who are musicians in or near the Milwaukee area (or, if you know some, please forward this along), I’d LOVE your feedback.
I’m looking forward to being on staff at Camp LuWiSoMo’s band camp this year! It will be an honor to work with students at the camp I attended as a youth, myself.
It’s the fourth term I recommend musicians carry along with them; and as creative, sometimes emotional types, it might be one of the most difficult to grasp.
I’ve been carrying around the photo pictured – yes, a real live printed photograph that someone actually handed to me – in my purse, for probably a month now.
Since I’m not used to actually having real live photographs, I must’ve forgotten about it. I saw it there today, and thought “man, this is worth a blog post.”