Events: making money, finding fans, and DIY PR – check out our next events
If you’re looking ahead to 2019 and wondering how you can make it a successful one with your music our latest batch of events may well be for you.
Whether you’re wondering how to earn money from your music, are feeling frustrated your social media efforts aren’t connecting you to fans, or you know you’ve got to run the PR gauntlet for you next release we’ve got you covered.
- How to make money from music – sign up to waiting list here
- Finding Fans: building a fan base eager for your music – sign up to waiting list here
- DIY PR: going it alone with coverage for your next release – sign up to waiting list here
About our workshops
Our workshops are small group sessions to make sure you have a chance to ask plenty of questions and get advice from Noble and Wild founder Sarah Lay.
- Where? We hold our workshops in various locations around the UK
- When? We’ll be announcing our next dates in early January so sign up now to the waiting list to be the first to hear
- How much? We’re offering 50% off our workshops at the moment meaning the two hour sessions an cost as little as £20.
About Sarah Lay
Our workshops are led by Sarah Lay, founder of Noble and Wild, and co-founder and head of creative at independent record label Reckless Yes.
She’s an artist manager and live promoter as well as a music journalist for publications including Loud&Quiet, Drowned In Sound, Louder Than War magazine, and Get It Her Ears, and a PR who’s found coverage for clients with 6Music, Radio X, Amazing Radio, Louder, The Line of Best Fit, The 405, For The Rabbits and more.
Added to this experience across the music industry she’s an award-winning content and experience specialist who loves to work collaboratively to support independent musicians create success on their terms through sharing the knowledge and skills she’s gained working with artists and labels.
Chat to her on Twitter and Instagram. If you’d like a free 15 minute, no obligation, discovery call about your music you can book one in with Sarah here.
More about our next events
How To Make Money From Music
If you’re playing gigs but barely making enough to cover your petrol, if you’re releasing tracks but never covering the cost of your distribution from your streaming royalties, and you’re always emptying your change jar to pay for rehearsal time this workshop is for you. We’re not churning out millionaires or selling get rich quick schemes but we can help you start to make money from your music through understanding your royalties, sharing different options and costs to releasing your music, and being able to command a fee for your live shows.
This is a two hour workshop and we’ll make sure you’ve got an action list to take away at the end of the session. Sign up here to be the first to hear about dates and locations for this workshop, and book early to get your 50% off early bird pricing.
Finding Fans: how to build a fan base eager for your music
Everyone has to have a Facebook page these days, right? But you also have to boost those posts if you want people to see them. Social media can take a lot of your time (and money) and not show you a definite return. We’ll help you find fans who want to buy your music and come to your gigs by showing you where your effort is best placed, and sharing some tips to get the most from social media and other ways of connecting to the people who love your music (and we don’t just mean your mum).
This is a two hour workshop and we’ll make sure you have a checklist and content plan to take away at the end of the session. Sign up here to be the first to hear about dates and locations for this workshop, and book early to get your 50% off early bird pricing.
DIY PR: going it alone for coverage for you next release
You’ve sent a hundred emails to every magazine, blog, playlister, and radio station you can find but the reviews aren’t coming. If you’re not ready or able to spend money with a PR this workshop is for you. We’ll make sure you reach more people with your next release by taking you through how to get the perfect press pack together, how to plan your timelines and crucially – how to get seen in a journalist’s inbox.
This is a half day course and the price includes refreshments. We’ll make sure you have a campaign template and checklist to take away at the end of the session. Sign up here to be the first to hear about dates and locations for this workshop, and book early to get your 50% off early bird pricing.
Don’t want to wait?
If you want to start working toward success with your music right now you can book in for a free, no obligation, 15 minute discovery call with Sarah Lay now. She’ll get to know you and your music to see how we might work together. You can also find other ways to work with us here.
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