What is a contract? What constitutes a contract? When should promoters sign a contract? Why do we even need contracts?
An emerging band need to be great at self-promotion. It’s not enough to write great songs and deliver them. They also need to be great at drawing attention to themselves. They need to promote their shows because frankly, no one else is going to do it for them. Yet…
A booking agency must issue its artists with their Terms of Business (Terms And Conditions) before they can charge them a fee. This must be agreed in writing… There are some things that must be included and others that the agency may choose to include.
You don’t need a license to be a live music booking agent – anyone can set themselves up as one – but there are some rules that you must follow – One of these rules is very important and you have to do it before you are allowed to charge the artist for the work you do…
Sometimes when a band get a new agent they automatically think everything will be advanced for them. It won’t be, the band need to take responsibility for this or pay someone else to.
This post explains how to set up an artist, manager or tour manager as a user on Overture. It also contains video and text resources which explain the basics of the user interface.
Sometimes it can be hard to swallow how little money is due to the artist when the ticket price is low, even tho the artist has sold a decent number of tickets. In this blog post I explore how that can very easily happen.
We announce a new project called the MIDNIGHT MANGO LOCKDOWN FUND. With this fund, we will create freelance work opportunities for booking agents within our company. One of the ways we are raising capital for the project is through a crowdfunded project.