How To Find Musicians To Accompany You
Unless you play an instrument yourself and you’re sold on becoming a solo singer/ songwriter, there will come a time when you’ll need to find other musicians to perform with. This may be someone to accompany you on piano or guitar, or you might want to form a band to get the sound you’re after. Whatever your vision for how you want to express your music, you’ll need to know how to find the right people.
So in today’s video, I’ve got some handy tips on places to go (on and offline) to recruit musicians, what to say when approaching them, as well as my own tried and proven method for rapidly expanding your music network.
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