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Jeri Goldstein

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Member since: Mar 01, 2012

Jeri Goldstein, former agent, manager, now author, music business and performing arts consultant offers strategies and techniques on booking tours, negotiation techniques, marketing, music business and performing arts career development.

How To Be Your Own Booking Agent, The Musician's & Performing Artist's Guide To Successful Touring was self-published in 1998. The award-winning book now in it's 7th printing, is used as a text book in Music Business courses at Universities across the US and in Canada and by musicians and performing artists world-wide.

Jeri presents live workshops and seminars internationally and offers tele-seminars and tele-courses in the performing arts and music business career development for agents, managers, musicians and performing artists. She consults with touring musicians and performing artist around the world through her Manager-In-A-Box program. Her information-packed articles on music business and performing arts career development can be found on her website, and are included in leading music business and entertainment trade magazines and on websites for music business and the performing arts. Her free action-oriented Biz Booster Hot Tips are short weekly audio messages designed to help musicians and performing artists make consistent progress with their career goals by offering step-by-step strategies and techniques.

Having worked with some of the top touring acoustic artists on the circuit for 20 years, she booked national and international tours for artists performing in country, folk, gospel, bluegrass, contemporary, classical, children's music, theater and dance.

Jeri Goldstein now provides valuable resources, instruction and consulting to musicians and performing artists as they navigate the entertainment industry on their way to creating a successful performing arts touring career.

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In response to recent information floating around the blogosphere about the old record deal model versus the new DIY model being more profitable for the artist, I thought I'd throw in some aspects

Arts & Entertainment> Music Industry l 2 years ago

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