In the Season Finale, Erin answers your questions from music to everyday life
Sherri Mullen, publisher and Music Business Consultant discusses ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC performing rights organizations.
Jason Ahner from Martin guitar, gives tips on how to travel safely with your instrument and how law changes are improving for those who fly with their guitar.
Susan Kittle from Apricot Lane shares fashion tips and the latest styles for musicians.
Kelli Bruno, Coordinator of National Music Programs for Musicians on Call, shares with us the background of the program, and how volunteers deliver the healing power of music to patients in healthcare facilities.
This week Erin talks with Swedish Country Artist Fanny Hugosson. Fanny shares her music and talks about being a singer/songwriter from Sweden. They also talk about the differences between being an artist in America vs. Sweden.
Performers insurance is an important thing to take into consideration when you are performing in public. Dan Cressman, from the D. E. Cressman Insurance Agency, talks about the advantages of having coverage for you or your band.
Rejection happens more often than not in the music business. How you handle rejection can make or break a music career. Kathleen Gavin, a licensed clinical social worker with a private therapy practice, will be talking about how to overcome failure.
Phone: (610) 841-4422
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a National Anthem singer? Today, Terrence Breen, Director of Multimedia Design and Entertainment for the Iron Pigs Baseball team, will give National Anthem tips and let you know how to get involved at the Iron Pigs.
Are nerves and anxiety affecting the quality of your performance? Kathleen Gavin,a licensed clinical social worker with a private therapy practice is sharing some insight on how to handle anxiety before it becomes problematic. Email Kathleen Gavin. Phone: (610) 841-4422
Who is Erin Kelly? Erin will talk about her experience as a performer and fill you in on what is to come!