Ep. 46: Know Who You Are with Danelle Harvey

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Danelle Harvey has dealt with major success as well as adversity during her music career. But her courage, integrity, and knowing exactly who she is has propelled her through hardship and lifted her to new heights throughout her journey. Danelle is the epitome of a go-getter, with two(!) law degrees, an indie label, pop stardom, as well as a lifelong career as an entrepreneur and now, a published author. Her book, “Music & Money: A Success Guide for Female Music Creators, Recording Artists, Songwriters and Musicians: How to Start a Music Career and Succeed in Music Business” has been steadily rising in the charts on Amazon (and it’s for men, too!).  During the episode Danelle talks about her unique career trajectory and her strategy for success in all areas of life, no matter what the odds.

Ep. 25: Finding What Makes You Unique with Sara Leib

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Sara Leib is a tour de force of talent, as a singer, vocal coach and innovator. She has studied at New England Conservatory of Music, Berklee College of Music and USC, she has performed on stages worldwide, has served on the faculty at prominent music schools, runs her own teaching studio (Voice Studio LA) and has launched a vocal warm-up app called Voxercise. In this episode, Sara shares her educational and music career trajectory, vocal training tools and techniques, as well as her foray into tech, disruption and innovation with the development of her app Voxercise. She shares her approaches to singing, what it takes to be a vocal coach and educator, and how to maximize your voice as an instrument and the tool that defines you as the unique artist you are meant to be.

Ep. 13: Finding Your Vision with Kat Leon and Nick Perez

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Excited to kick off 2018 with Kat Leon and Nick Perez, from the band Holy Wars. Former members of the band Sad Robot and quickly becoming favorites of the indie scene (named on Huffington Post’s Best of Music List in 2017,) Kat and Nick share about their careers in music and the evolution of their sound. When personal tragedy threatened to sideline their momentum, the band experienced rebirth and resolve which pushed them towards a new path of imagery, sound and focus, and continues to gain fervent fans all along the way.

Super Special Quickie: L.Ariel’s Tips, Tricks and Treats!

Hey everyone, here’s a super quickie special from yours truly, in which I share some tools and resources (a lot of them free!) that I’ve picked up along the way during my journey as an indie artist/DIY singer/songwriter/producer. Need more inspiration for getting that music job? Find out where you can take free online classes on almost any topic for 30 days, where you can learn all about creating a successful YouTube channel, how to take the next steps in marketing and selling your product (that’s you!), helpful classes, books, videos and more. Oh and Happy Halloween!!!

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Ep. 4: Discovering Your Authentic Artist with Sonnet Simmons

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Sonnet Simmons is an immensely talented artist, an award-winning singer songwriter, and a keen player in the music industry. From a high-profile start as a featured contestant on ABC’s reality singing competition series Rising Star, Sonnet has performed with Kamasi Washington and Miles Mosley at the Hollywood Bowl, and has had her songs placed in top-tier ad campaigns like Coca Cola and Overstock.com. Now Vice President of Catch the Moon Music, Sonnet shares her journey of discovering her authentic artist within and channeling that success towards ever-higher music career goals in the industry, all while helping fellow indie artists do the same.

Ep. 1: Music, Marketing, and How to Tell A Story with Marvin V. Acuna

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Marvin V. Acuna is a veteran film producer, an experiential marketer, a content creator for TV, film and publications – and he’s just getting started. As co-creator and Executive Producer of Platinum Hit on Bravo, a reality songwriting competition series featuring Jewel and hitmaker Kara DioGuardi, he is no stranger to the music industry and brings a wealth of knowledge and insight about artist management and promotion, and how to build a successful music career. Currently Partner and Manager of Chloe Temtchine Entertainment, Marvin shares his journey from marketing to music and explains innovative methods and practices to getting your music and brand the attention it deserves.