How to Book Your Own Music Gigs Free e-Course | how to book gigs 2


Slide1As an independent artist, you rely heavily on your live performances to sell merchandise, connect with new fans, and to earn money doing what you love.  That’s why the art of booking gigs is so important.  With the knowledge of

How to Book Your Own Music Gigs

you can be well on your way to elevating your entire career. In this 4-day training course, I share with you the ins and outs of how to book gigs for the independent artist including:

  1. In-depth coaching on booking strategies
  2. Sample e-mail booking pitch scripts and cold call booking scripts
  3. Resources on finding gigs
  4. How to keep your gigging calendar full of gigs you love and
  5. Ideas on how to book gigs even when you can’t find any

Enter your e-mail here and I will send you this FREE 4-Day training e-course showing you in detail how to book the gigs you want.

More Information:

Day 1  – Before You Start Booking

What you will learn
About Me
What you need before you start booking
-An in-depth look at your materials, both required and optional
-Why each item is needed and how to create it

Day 2 – Your Booking Strategy

Defining your career goals
Understanding how your goals and your booking strategy are closely related
What is a booking strategy?
How to make your gigs match/meet your financial goals
Sample Booking Strategy Review
How to create your own personal booking strategy

Day 3 – Finding Gigs

A full list of different types of gigs
How to find gigs
Gigging resources
A listing of venue directories
How to find alternate gigs when you can’t find any traditional gigs

Day 4 – Your Pitch

Perfecting Your Pitch
Best practices in writing pitches
How to sell yourself
What venues want
Sample booking email script
Perfecting your cold call
Sample cold call email script

 

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Follow along with a workbook! For only $1.99, get a complete transcript of everything covered in this E-Course including:

•  A copy of all slides and notes
•  A complete listing of clickable links to resources mentioned during this presentation
•  Sample scripts, call log sheets, and a list of additional resources




We accept PayPal and Credit Cards.  You do not have to have a PayPal account to make your purchase.  Once you complete the check-out process, you will be taken to the PDF which can be downloaded and saved on your computer..  If you have any questions contact Anitra (anitrajay@thecraftymusician.com).

 






About Anitra Jay

Anitra Jay is an acoustic soul singer-songwriter based in Houston, TX. She tours regularly up and down the US from Vermont to Texas and everywhere in between. Her music is a sultry down to earth blend of soul, pop, and gospel. After being laid off from her job in 2007, Anitra decided to pursue a career in music. She took her educational experiences in Public Relations and her professional background in marketing and applied it full force to her music. She's found significant success in establishing a lasting fanbase using her special brand of marketing techniques which she shares freely with other artists. In addition to being a full-time performer, Anitra runs TheCraftyMusician.com, a blog for indie artists sharing actionable tips and advice on how to promote, develop, establish a fanbase, and more. Her passion is to inspire other musicians and build a community of like-minded independent artists to encourage and promote successful careers in the arts. She appeared on HGTV's Tiny House Hunters in May of 2017 to share her music story and her Tiny House Journey with the world. Follow Anitra on Twitter - @IndieArtistsDIY and @Anitra_Jay. Join the mailing list to get practical DIY tips and tricks in your inbox - http://buff.ly/2gSwptO.


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2 thoughts on “How to Book Your Own Music Gigs Free e-Course | how to book gigs

  • Todd

    This is a really great course! Thanks for taking the time to put all of this information out there. I especially like the part about what to put in your email pitch to venues. I never knew what really worked best and these videos helped clear that up. Very useful info for the beginner all the way to the professional musician. Thanks for all of this great info!