Freddie Cosmo - Associate Debtitor
Labor Day weekend has become a distant memory and, with the summer behind us, it awakens a yearly occurrence which can simply be known as The Season in New York City. For musicians, actors and various performers alike that simply means a slew of auditions opening up after a
Class is always in session when you’re in the school of hard knocks. And with summer unfortunately winding down, I’d like to discuss with all of you how I’ve spent my summer vacation. As a musician, gigs are always at the forefront of my mind and this past summer, I’ve
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I’m a 20-something artist living in New York City, and, quite frankly, I’m tired of trying to make people believe that I have my shit together. It’s way too much work. I constantly find myself having to choose between taking a shower, brushing my teeth, shaving, dressing appropriately for whatever
We sat down with East Midwest Music Group last week to talk about – you guessed it – being a broke musician. Let’s preface this piece by mentioning that the things that we’ve learned in our ‘pow-wow’ could easily apply to all performers, freelancers and generally people who don’t have
I mean true musicians. The type of musicians who have tons of talent, loads of promise, a refusal to do anything else and no cash. I’m going to let you in on the worst kept secret of a generation: having a bachelor’s degree in ‘Music Anything’ doesn’t exactly secure you