Workshops on How To Do It All Yourself as an independent musician
Noble and Wild lead Sarah Lay has teamed up with independent label Last Night From Glasgow to offer a full day of workshops for independent musicians and unsigned artists in Glasgow this March.
Including sessions on how to make money as an independent artist, how to do your own PR and panel sessions the event will be held at Stereo in Glasgow between 11am and 4pm on Saturday 16 March 2019. Tickets will be priced at £10 and include lunch, and entry to the evenings gig – a third birthday bash for Last Night From Glasgow with performances from Cloth, Sister John, Annie Booth, and Foundlings.
Places are limited so make sure you put your name on the list here.
Sarah has worked across the music industry for the last two decades and brings experience as an independent label owner as well as music journalist, PR and artist manager. She’s worked with independent artists and helped them to earn money from their music, build their fanbase, gain coverage, and find their own way to success.
She said, “Being unsigned or independent as an artist, band or musician is a choice these days and signing to a label or getting representation isn’t a necessity in order to grow a fan base, gain coverage or make money from your music.
“These workshops will share tips of the trade and share skills, and give bands a different way of thinking about what they do which will help them to get where they want to be.”
Event: How To Do It All Yourself with Reckless Yes and Last Night From Glasgow
Date: Saturday 16 March 2019, 11am-4pm
Location: Stereo, Glasgow
Cost: £10 including lunch and gig entry
Register your interest in one of the limited places here.
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