How Musicians Can Make Money During the COVID Crisis
This year is a tough one to be a musician. Performances are still a major source of income for most of them, and with lockdowns making a comeback, many might be concerned about what to do next. The good news is that musical talent is a very valuable skill and one that is in much higher demand than you may imagine. It can also be monetised if you use the right methods. This could be a good time to start looking at additional streams of income. Let’s take a look at how musicians can make extra money during the COVID crisis.
Oohyah – A New Way To Stream, Favouring Artists And Labels
There’s a new streaming solution, which is designed to supercharge, and monetise the careers of artists. OohYah isn’t just another streaming service. Instead, they’ve turned the subscription model on its head, favouring the artists and labels instead of the streaming company. Oohyah allows fans to truly support their faves.
String Theory – A Musical Manifesto
For several years Hanson have dropped hints about their next big musical project.
String Theory was conceived long before The Middle Of Everywhere Tour took off, as Hanson contemplated a symphonized tour for their celebration of 25 years, in 25 cities, with 25 symphonies and their songs given a full orchestral work out.
New Music Competition Launched: Sound Of The Times
The Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM), Time and Leisure Magazine, and Creative Youth are proud to announce their joint launch of Sound of the Times.
Sound of the Times is a brand new competition celebrating the best in new music. Open to solo artists, musicians, and bands, aged between 17-26, who live, work, or study in South West London or Surrey, Sound of the Times winners can expect a whole host of prizes that will help launch their music careers.