If your goal is to become a famous musicians, pay attention. If you’re content to play a gig or two a month, you’re at the wrong blog. Building the Band Brand: Becoming famous in the 21st Century is for those who want to reach the stratosphere in their career.
While writing the upcoming book - Building the Band Brand: Becoming famous in the 21st Century – there is a chapter on why you need to continue to take voice lessons, guitar lessons, piano lessons – whatever your musical prowess.
Spoke to Rich Labbadia this past week. He manages his daughters, the Labbadia Sisters. He openly admits the girls are still taking vocal lessons, even after their careers are taking off; opening shows for Ryan Cabrera and other high points most acts just dream of.
The forthcoming book will feature voice training, marketing, strategic planning and more. Pre-order today through MediaRelationsExpert@yahoo.com.
The vocal training chapter of the book features Linda Ronstadt. This woman grew out of the same Sonoran desert as this Bedouin. We knew the same people. We both listened to Frank Kalil play the Smokey Robinson version of this song on KTKT – AM. We never met. My neighbor was her voice coach – chronicled in Building the Band Brand: Becoming famous in the 21st Century. She had hit after hit and was the most successful female vocalist EVER throughout the ‘70s. Ask yourself, do I want to be that famous? Read the book if the answer is yes. Also consulting – ask some Hannah Montana stars!