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In March of 2015 Voicercise Technology was passed onto our 3rd generation of Voice Specialists, Naomi T Kaye's Daughter, Roxy Miller after 10 years of Training.

Get Yourself a Singing Gigs!

Many people can create music but only the smart ones can make great music and be a great well known performer. Getting an audience to go out and support your singing gigs really determines how successful of an artist you really are.

Getting a singing gigs is not so difficult if you what you’re doing. But can be a total game changer that can take you to the next level. Performing live will not only make you more money but will allow you to connect with people, as an artist, in a more personable way.

Network, Network, Network!!

singing gigsNetworking within your community, whether it’s people you do know or don’t know, is the core principle for getting singing gigs. Let it be known that You will show Up and show out every time.

You can always refer people to your social media pages, your YouTube channel, your personal website. Any place where people can not only hear your music but see your potential as a performer.

All it takes is for the right person at the right time to notice you and the power of word-of-mouth will do the rest of the work. Always let people know how to contact you. When you go places, be sure to keep a business card around because you never know who you could run into.

It’s also a great idea to encourage your supporters to request for you to perform at their local festivals, venues and things of similar sort. This could likely bring on connections that you maybe couldn’t have gotten without the help of your supporters.

Who should I connect with?

singing gigsMake connections with venue owners and promoters because they are the ones will approve and house your gig, they are extremely important.

List out maybe the top 20 venues or top 20 promoters whose style reflects your artistry in which you could gain a lot from getting singing gigs with them. The music industry is somewhat oversaturated these days meaning that there are more acts than there are actual opportunities.

Promoters and venue owners want to know that your music is actually good and that it will actually bring people out and keep them entertained.

Best way to make connections with these people are to go to their events or their venues. Check the place out and and make sure that this is the type of environment you want to present yourself in.

Make sure that you show the important people how much you support them and don’t forget that money talks.

Don’t just go to the venue or event, buy a drink, some food, and engage with the people. In the midst of all the fun, don’t forget to introduce yourself to the owner or to the promoter. Give them your genuine opinion on their environment or establishment. Introduce yourself as an artist. Let them know how great your music is perceived by your supporters.

You want them to feel like you’re doing them a service by bringing your talents and supporters to their events.

Although, they would be doing you an even bigger service by allowing you to play there so be kind. Let them know how many people would be so excited to see you perform live, which can increase their profits and likability in the community.


singing gigs They will also want to see that you are a credible artist, meaning you walk the walk and talk the talk.

Being an artist that is signed to a booking agency looks better because agencies typically filter out more quality work.

If an agency reaches out to a venue or a promoter with efforts to get you to perform. It looks way better coming from them versus the proposal coming from just you the artist.

Of course, there’s nothing wrong with representing yourself. However if you are going to do that make sure that you are 100% professional in every way and exude confidence.

You should have an official email, website, and possibly reviews so that it is quickly retained that you are as credible as you say you are.

Study the Masters

It’s also a great idea to look at growing artists and their tactics on getting their first singing gigs. If the musician you are looking at started out by going to local open mic nights, it’s probably the best idea for you too. This tactic is all about studying those who are already winning and making their strategies fit for you and your brand.

You have to try and figure out who they have connections with and why they are connecting with certain people. Certain people serve them in different ways, whether they are a promoter or friend of the owner, they’re most likely important.

You too can use the same connections and same reasoning to establish yourself in a similar setting to be an artist that gets actual gigs. Pay attention to what works and what doesn’t because for you! What works for one person may not necessarily work for the other.

Touring Artist Started by getting Singing Gigs Too!

Also look at growing artists who are going on tours, are they needing support acts? Supporting an artist on tour, meaning that you are an opening act, can give you a lot of exposure to fans that already like your style of music or something similar.

You can also gain more insight on how the headlining artist succeeds. Contact the musicians manager/agent and tell them why you’re the perfect candidate for an opening act. Sell yourself!! If you feel you won’t do this the absolute best, source out a manager or public relations agency who specializes in making artist look phenomenal.

I hope this blog post has inspired you, as an artist, to get out there and showcase your talents! With confidence, persistence, and good strategy you are bound to get your first gig in no time. Be sure to leave comments below to let us know how much this post has helped you or even if it sparked an idea of your own.If you are interested in getting help with getting more singing gigs, you can check out this awesome company: here

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