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Author Rovics, David.
Title Sing for your supper : a DIY guide to playing music, writing songs, and booking your own gigs / by David Rovics.
Imprint Oakland, CA : PM Press, ©2008.

Author Rovics, David.
Series PM Press pamphlet series ; no. 0006
PM Press pamphlet series ; no. 0006.
Subject Music trade -- Vocational guidance.
Musicians -- Vocational guidance.
Description 1 online resource (58 pages)
Contents Casting the Spell -- Mastering the Technical Shit -- Developing a Following -- Final Words -- The RIAA vs. The World.
Summary "Succinct and to the point, David Rovics demystifies the very different skills necessary to cultivate the arts of songwriting, guitar-playing and tour booking. In an era when the truly independent record label is virtually a thing of the past, Rovics explains how it is possible to make a living as a recording artist without a label. At a time when the corporate record industry is suing music fans for sharing music, Rovics explains why the internet is good for independent artists, and how to utilize its potential. For those hoping to get a major record deal and become rich and famous, look elsewhere. But if you are looking to make a living as an independent artist, this pamphlet is a must-read."--Google Books viewed Mar. 11, 2021.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781604861563 (electronic bk.)
1604861568 (electronic bk.)
9781604861587 (electronic bk.)
1604861584 (electronic bk.)
1604860146 (Trade Paper)
ISBN/ISSN 9781604860146
OCLC # 435743887
Additional Format Print version: Rovics, David. Sing for your supper. Oakland, CA : PM Press, ©2008 9781604860146 1604860146 (OCoLC)237887061

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