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Dept. of Transportation Issues Final Rule On Air Travel with Musical Instruments

The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued a final rule to implement section 403 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012, which requires that U.S. airlines accept musical instruments as carry-on or checked baggage on commercial passenger flights, provided that certain conditions are met. “At DOT, we know how important instruments are to […]Read More »

Taylor Swift, Spotify and the Musical Food Chain Myth

I cannot tell you how happy I am that the conversation about Taylor Swift and Spotify is happening. Maybe people will start listening to what independent artists like me and my peers have been saying for years now. A little background for those who don’t know me: I’ve been an indie musician by choice for […]Read More »

What do local artists REALLY think of Asbury Park?

Situated along New Jersey’s shoreline, Asbury Park often gets overshadowed by the Garden State’s more refined coastal communities. But when it comes to music history and being a destination for current sounds, Asbury Park blows away all of its seaside neighbors. These young Asbury Park veterans are among the many rockin’ reasons why the gritty […]Read More »

4 Ways to Get Paid on Tour

So, you’re about to book a show. Rad! As you probably know by now, there are a number of different ways that you can get paid for being awesome at what you do. We want to make sure you’re being paid fairly (and we know you do, too) so here is a bit of insight into four of […]Read More »

4 Tips for Successful Touring

What performer doesn’t love the thought of traveling from city to city performing for his or her biggest fans and making new fans along the way? Touring is a great way to get exposure outside of your home town, but now that we have the internet, touring is no longer the only way to get […]Read More »

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