Being a music manager requires drive, determination and a passion for music. But what can you expect from the day job? To be a good music manager you need to be organised, excellent with people and have a good understanding of the industry as it stands today. Your basic role is to bring together the people and projects which meet the goals of the artist and their record company. That goal could be anything from generating a top 10 hit or getting a gig at Glastonbury.
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So what does a music manager do, exactly?
How To Become A Music Manager | Artist Shortcut
I had no idea what an artist manager really did. Nor did they know what goes into being professional artists. Our enthusiasm and drive would make up for that lack of knowledge. We would wing it, learn on the fly, failing and learning from our mistakes. Not a bad approach at all — but perhaps more admirable for initiative and grit, than for efficiency.
Meet the Band Managers: A Guide to Music Management
A music promoter is someone who publicizes and promotes performances. Promoters organize gigs, book bands or artists and advertise the shows to bring in paying attendees—and profits. The music promoter works with an artist or a band manager to plan an event. They agree to a date and look for an appropriate venue.
Band managers are very handy to have around, but up and coming artists often forget one thing in their hunt for a manager: once you get one to work with you, they're going to want to be paid. Knowing how to negotiate payment with your manager is important. It pays get it? Although sometimes a manager may accept a wage, the vast majority of management deals are based on commission.