Music Business 101: Networking
with Steve Rennie
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04 Getting Your Head in the Right Place21:45
About The Class
your roadmap to making it big.
While the landscape of the music business is constantly changing, one thing remains the same: a lot depends on who you know. Networking is the key to a successful music career.
Learn how instructor Steve Rennie went from booking shows in Hollywood to managing platinum-selling rock band Incubus. Steve's legendary networking skills vaulted him from concert promoter to record label exec, manager, and all-around industry pioneer.
Using tactics gleaned from 35 years in the music business, Steve will show you how to identify and connect with the right people, grow your circle of influence, and build a targeted plan for making it big.
Move from Dreaming to Doing21:44
Why Is Networking Important?13:06
Getting Your Head in the Right Place
The business isn’t easy, but its not an excuse. Get your head in the right place to do something great.21:45
Identifying your Target27:48
Students' Targets Explored36:30
Blasko Interview Clip and Q&A12:24
Students Identify Tools and Q&A53:12
Building Relationships Without Being Annoying10:38
Building a Plan15:59
Big Picture with Q&A22:41
Building a Plan Pt. 211:00
Steve Rennie, aka RENMAN, was the longtime manager of Incubus and a driving force behind the band’s multi-platinum commercial success. Rennie hosts “Renman Live!”, a talk show that opens his office doors to aspiring artists from different musical genres, giving ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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Unbelievable course. Steve easy to listen to. He's funny, easy going but incredibly smart. I'm not a musician but have worked with many in photography and this man knows his stuff. Any creative should take this course and take notes.
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