Monthly Archives: June 2019

June 25, 2019

Episode #271 – Music Publishing Revenue, Universal Vault Fire, And Female Musician’s Academy’s Bree Noble

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My guest on the podcast this week is Bree Noble, who is a champion for women in music thanks to her Female Entrepreneur Musician Podcast and Female Musician Academy. Bree quit her corporate job as a Director of Finance at a top opera company to pursue a successful run as a touring singer/songwriter where she won several songwriting and artist awards […]

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June 18, 2019

Episode #270 – Spotify vs. Radio, Playlists Replace The Album, And Rocketsongs Jonathan Stone

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Jonathan Stone has had a long career as a director of creative services in music publishing at heavyweight companies like ATV Music, MCA Music, Quincy Jones Qwest Music Publishing, and Windswept. He now runs the disruptive music service Rocketsongs, that not only helps artists to find and license songs, but supplies the tracks as well. […]

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June 11, 2019

Episode #269 – YouTube Copyright Mistakes, Losing 50 Million Songs, And Zubin Gadhoke Of Olympus Projects

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Zubin Gadhoke is a co-founder and producer for Olympus Projects, which is a management and consulting agency that provides artists with help in the day-to-day operations and development of their businesses. In the interview we talked about artist branding, building social authority, creating a new industry sound, the power of SoundCloud, and much more. The […]

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June 4, 2019

Episode #268 – The 50 States Of Music, Vintage Synth Acid Trip, And Music Consultant Rick Goetz

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Rick Goetz has been a a major label A&R representative, a music supervisor, an artist manager, a bass player, and record label owner.  He has worked for Lava/Atlantic, Elektra, and EMI, with projects by artists that include Kid Rock, Matchbox 20 and Sarah Brightman, and on television shows including Sesame Street and Psychic Detectives. Since […]

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