When you’re in a band, finances can be one of the last thing you want to deal with.
Tracking data can be a pain, and seem pointless… But, whether it’s finance, your experience, or another seemingly useless note tracking as much data as possible will help you boost your chances of booking shows.
How is that, you ask?
Listen now to find out what minor changes you can make in your habits to have a major advantage over many other DIY bands.
What you’ll learn:
- Why tracking data from each show you play is vital
- How much time you might end up spending on planning a tour vs executing a tour
- What data you should track
- Why you should always ask about payment
- How you can leverage the data you collect to get more shows, higher pay, and better deals
- Why you should record data as soon as possible
- How additional info like objective and subjective experience can influence your future tours
- Why touring the northeast can be easier than touring other areas of the country
- Why you should revisit the data you recorded on tours every time you plan a new tour
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