DIY Roundup: Tips for Musicians From Around the Web

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Five Things to Look For in a Music Manager You wouldn’t pick just anybody to play in your band. You want the best you can get, someone who adds something to the music you’re creating. You should approach hiring artist consultants or music management companies the same way. - Andy Jones, KTC Management

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Ten Ways to Get Gigs from Music Venue Promoters Increasing your value to promoters. - The Musician's Guide

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Seven Ways to Get Your Band Featured in the Local Press Getting featured in the local press is easier than you might think. Journalists are constantly on the lookout for interesting stories about what’s going on in the community. - The Musician's Guide

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