New Music Business Podcast With Ari Herstand Returns For New Season
Guests Include Industry Experts At Twitch, Disney, SB Projects And More
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE
NEWS PROVIDED BY
Shore Fire Media
Today, Ari Herstand, entrepreneur, musician, educator and author of the Amazon best-seller “How To Make It in the New Music Business” launches the new season of his podcast New Music Business. The second season will continue Ari’s long-standing efforts in empowering other artists to have successful careers of their own through engaging conversations that cover wide-reaching aspects of the music business.
Each Wednesday, Ari and his guests will discuss new topics spanning sync licensing and music production to artist management and the future of streaming. Guests from season one included Grammy-winning musicians, world-renowned journalists and key players in the music business. Notable names include KCRW DJ Chris Dourides, Patreon CEO Jack Conte and music supervisor for the hit show Euphoria Jen Malone.
For season two, Ari has lined up preeminent figures in the industry, including:
Mothica, viral TikTok musician
In New Music Business, Ari deconstructs the brightest minds in the music industry, digging deep to find the tools, tactics and strategies that listeners can use to run successful careers of their own. Ari offers straight talk with no fluff and doesn’t let his guests off easy. New Music Business is available on Spotify, Apple Music, Stitcher, Acast and YouTube.
ABOUT ARI HERSTAND
Described by Forbes as “the poster child of DIY music,” LA based Ari Herstand is an entrepreneur, musician, best-selling author, educator, advocate and authority on how to succeed as an independent musician. He has collaborated with acts like Cake, Thirty Seconds to Mars and Ben Folds, and his music has appeared in TV shows, commercials and films. Recently, he co-founded the UnCancelled Music Festival, which Rolling Stone called “the most recent — and one of the larger — of the online music events that have sparked up since COVID-19 put a temporary hold on the live music industry,” as well as advocacy group Independent Music Professionals United (IMPU), where Ari helped write and pass the amendment to get the music industry an exemption under the “gig worker” law AB5. At the helm of his blog Ari’s Take, Ari empowers musicians through the Ari’s Take Academy online music business school and the New Music Business podcast.
Source Shore Fire Media
January 20, 2021 1:12pm ET by Shore Fire Media