We all know the scenario: you play at your local club to the same group of fans time and time again. Every week there may be a few new people there, but not enough to make a significant impact on the size of your fan base. On top of that, a lot of the new faces tend to be more interested in their drinks and friends than they are in your music. This is a very common situation that many indie musicians face when trying to climb the gigging ladder.
Consider House Concerts as a way to completely change this gigging dynamic.
On December 3rd, Dave Kusek is hosting a free webinar with Shannon Curtis, who was able to make $25,000 from a tour of 50 house concerts all while building her fan base.
On top of the very real potential to make more money, house concerts can help you forge a deeper, lasting relationship with new fans, allowing you to engage on a far more intimate level than you would be able to in any other gig setting. Here are some simple tips you can use to solidify long-term relationships with new fans. …read more
Via:: CD Baby Blog