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Tips on FInding Moments

Band Perry rehearsal

“So, how do we target in on which parts of our songs should be made into moments?” It’s a question most everybody asks as they get into the process we teach. A lot of artists simply take the recorded versions of their songs and then (at the most) start trying figure out where and when […]

Changed Lives: Spotlight on Zach & Rodney

Zach and Rodney

Red Hen Records artists Zach & Rodney have had the most impactful year of their history — two back-to-back Dove award nominations, working with award winning writers, and even having a major country singer featured on their latest album. And just this week, the band found out they’ve been nominated for Breakthrough Artist by Absolutely […]

Martin Luther King Jr., Justice, and You

Injustice anywhere

“That’s not fair,” I said to my mom. “He got more than I did.” How many times have you said it… heard it… thought it? The truth is, you were probably right. It wasn’t fair. But in this world we live in, many things are not fair. Rather than worrying about the smaller portion of […]

Free Download: Income Strategies that Work!

Tour-Support

Everyone who comments on this blog gets the FREE ebook, Income Strategies that Work! It’s pretty simple… just 2 things need to be included in your comment. But more about that in a minute. This is the first time I’m writing an article here at Onstage Success. That’s because I just started working for the […]

What Will Happen to You When Big Exposure Comes

Bootcamp showcase critiques

A friend of ours, Leanne Regalla, recently wrote a great blog on overnight success. Her “7 Lessons from the Craig Wayne Boyd School of Overnight Creative Success” is right on the money. Which of these 2 things would happen to you if you were suddenly to have that “big opportunity”? What the public perceives as […]

What are You Doing to Build Momentum?

Tom and Amy work with band at Bootcamp

In this new year, we want to help you build momentum in your career. So much of an artist’s career comes back to what you do onstage. Want more bookings? Have a great show. Want to make a bigger impact on your audience with your message? Have a great show. Want a record company or […]

Top 3 Reasons Your Band Needs Us

Amy and Lang show trade off

I get it. If you’re like most bands out there, you think you already rock. After all, YOU feel it every time you play, right? That surge of adrenaline, that euphoric feeling music gives you. But, are you really paying attention to the crowd to see if THEY are feeling it too? The Tom Jackson […]

It’s a Groove Thing

Haley & Michaels (one of Amy's clients) at 12th & Porter, Nashville

Get yourself prepared emotionally before you walk out onstage! If you want to communicate with your audience, the quicker you can get into a “groove,” the better your show will be. Sports players often say they had a good game because they were “in a groove,” or they had a bad game because they never […]

3 Massive Mistakes Songwriters Make

Songwriter in concert

In my recent blog, Frustrated With Your Music Career, I told you I have been connecting with old friends. (More about that in a minute…) Just to remind you what I had said in that article, I gave you four points to get more passionate about your career and less frustrated: What Is This “Vision” […]

4 Steps to a Unique Show

House

When explaining how to create a unique show, I always offer the analogy of building a house. There are 4 steps to making it happen. And for those of you who’ve worked with contractors to build a home recently, who are thinking to yourself right now, “Well, that’s pretty over simplified – 4 steps? What […]