Roadie, Inc. Second Edition: How to Gain and Keep a Career in the Live Music Business
Get a roadie job, working with bands on tour with this simple step-by-step guide!
The book details the exact steps you need to take in order to find work as a sound engineer, back line tech, concert lighting engineer, tour manager, touring stylist or driver. The book is written by Andy Reynolds, a veteran concert tour manager and touring audio engineer. Reynolds also wrote 'The Tour Book - How to get Your Music on the Road' (HL6735) which helps musicians to understand the concert touring industry and get more gigs.
Inside 'Roadie, Inc.' you will find:
-How the live music industry really works - get the information you need to find those road crew jobs -Details of the various back stage jobs - the jobs you want, and the ones you don't! -Industry secrets - why roadie jobs are never advertised -Examples of contracts for freelancers - make sure you get the work and get paid -Step-by-step guides to starting your freelance road crew business -Interviews with pro road crew, artist managers, booking agents and promoters.
If you want a comprehensive and realistic guide to starting a career in the live music business, 'Roadie, Inc.' is for you!
©2012, 196 pages