Ep. 40 Shannon Curtis House Concerts, Viral Music Video, TedX Talk

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Our Working Singer podcast guest this week is singer/songwriter, Shannon Curtis. She has created a thriving music career performing donation based house concerts across the US for the past 8 years.

This is a deep dive into how to ask for what we need as artists, how to transform the scarcity mentality so many musicians live with, and how to create a thriving house concert circuit. 

We also discuss Shannon’s crowd sourced music video that led to her being invited to give a TedX Talk in 2015, and her book, “No Booker, No Bouncer, No Bartender: How I Made $25K on a 2-Month House Concert Tour (And How You Can Too).” This is a value packed episode you DO NOT want to miss!

MENTIONS:

SINGING LESSONS:

  1. There are people in the world who want to support art that matters to them and if you can figure out a way to engage them in a way that is meaningful and ongoing in terms of developing community you can make art in a sustainable, fulfilling way. 
  2. Be able to identify and ask for what you need. 
  3. Give people an opportunity to be engaged in what you’re doing. People want to be part of the things in the world that matter to them. 
  4. Get to know your community. Spend time building relationships with people.

Thanks for listening!

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Special thanks to Shannon for joining us this week!

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