At last, an entertainment attorney offers up the honest truth about becoming a successful recording artist.This book is packed with solid information geared toward anyone who wants to become a musician. It" s a terrific primer for parents of kids who are clamoring for music lessons or permission to go to a college of music.
The book is divided up into manageable chapters: practicing, recording your first demo, creating a promo kit, finding a manager, playing a showcase, and much more. This easy-to-digest handbook covers everything one needs to know about the music business.
J.S. "Skip" Rudsenske is an entertainment attorney who uses his years of experience to explain what it takes to make it big in the music business. He" s been practicing entertainment law since 1989 and is licensed in Texas and Tennessee. He represents companies and artists in the music, film, theatrical, and television industries. ©2004, 144 pages.