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  1. How to be a good support act: Part 1 - Getting a gig and preparing for the show

    J. Willgoose, Esq.

    Public Service Broadcasting

    Public Service Broadcasting's J. Willgoose Esq. provides tips on how to be a good support act. In this first of two blog posts, he advises on getting a gig and preparing for a show. 

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  2. Raising funding for your music

    Remi Harris

    Music industry consultant

    Author Remi Harris discusses how musicians can overcome the challenge of finding funding for their music projects including grants and crowd funding.

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  3. Festivals: The lifeblood of the British summer and new music

    Ben Turner

    Association of Independent Festivals

    Ben Turner from the Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) writes a guest blog post for BBC Introducing on how they work together to help deliver unsigned and undiscovered artists to even bigger audiences.

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  4. Major and indie record labels - what works best for you?

    Tom Young

    Introducing online producer

    Asylum Records' Ed Howard discusses the differences between major and indie record labels.

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  5. Copyright, deals and royalties in the music industry

    Alex Mann

    Musicians' Union

    Alex Mann, Regional Officer for the Musicians' Union explores copyright, deals and royalties in the music industry

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  6. Hitting the road: How to make the most of touring

    Joe Frankland

    Artist Development Manager

    Generator's Joe Frankland writes about how music artists can make the most of touring including planning, timing and building a buzz.

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  7. Tips on how to write a band biography

    Tom Robinson

    BBC 6 Music presenter

    Tips and examples on writing a bio for your band by BBC 6 Music's Tom Robinson. How do you make yourself stand out from the crowd?

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