Thursday, March 19, 2020

I'm seeking a artist that want to break big! Round three!

Here is the final round what I need to break and artist in the world. If you have read part one and part two and thinks I’m mean to artists, well you are not up for the task so stop reading and go back to your normal daily job, you are like Harry, Harry doesn't mind, if he doesn't, make the scene. He's got a daytime job, he's doing alright!

You need charisma. Not really, we can work on that as well. Yes, you will be someone else. But know what most artists are. Dolly Parton is not Dolly Parton. And the girl next door will never break big like Dolly. Still, I have all the knowledge where to find all the people to get these things right. Sometimes an artist is a persona, quite often really.
On the whole, it’s more important that you stick your guns then think that you need something special. To many bails out to early on either style of faith in the project. That is the biggest risk in building a career. People just doubt and try to take some stupid shortcut.

What I really not need is anybody that just should be mediocre and try to fit in. I need someone that doesn’t take themselves to seriously. I need someone that can burn all bridges to be on that stage. A person that wants that audience. A person that can take handle the tools I have to use. The trail won’t be the same that everybody else takes. No, this one will be a new one. The truth is that is all artist careers, a new thing. Ramones was not entering a cool club when they entered CBGB:S, they made the place cool.

Finally, you need humor. It will be hard, but a lot of fun. Many of my old clients come back years after and just tell about all the memories they got from the journey we did. That though comes afterward.

So when can we start? Tomorrow I can get things going. My problem is how you are going to show that you actually have everything I have been writing about in these three episodes.

Why I’m the right person? Ask yourself if any of the people that you know in the industry actually are invited to one conference a week just to speak about their knowledge? That is 52 conferences in a year! Do they have a network that is spread to all the continents around the world? Has been on boards in all different unions in the music industry? If the answer is yes, stick that person. In 99% of the cases, it’s a no. I have been around and just seen it all. Built a network that now is ready to do a big thing. I’m looking who wants to tag along. Listen to the advice and not try to invent the wheel again. A career is an input from so many sources it's never brainchild of an artist. Sorry to have made that illusion to crash. How successful is where these sources come from.

I’m not here to make a boy/girl band that comes around the break and then goes out on solo things.  No, I’m here to make one final stable career. I have all the tools I just need to find the right material. I never thought that an easy task was so hard.

So if you are up for it you know where to find me!

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