November 2015

Slap Bass 101: Part 1 Slap and Pop Exercises

Slap Bass Lessons Part 1

Disclaimer: Many times as egotistical musicians we like to jump ahead and usually we end up getting frustrated and don't understand the lesson, so we end up quitting. If you're a beginner and that's you, then you need to pick up your big boy pants and click on the link below and start from the […] Read More

Financial Freedom Plan for Musicians but not for Millie Vanilli.

FREE Financial Freedom Plan for Musicians, but not for Millie Vanilli.

In 2010 after a gig that didn't go well because they club owner couldn't pay the bands, I opened up my bank app on my phone to check my bank balance and realized it was almost zero and only $10 bucks in savings. I huge migraine began to emerge. What was I gonna do? This […] Read More

40 Tips to Almost Paying Zero Taxes for Musicians.

Yes Friend 40 Tips to Almost Paying Zero Taxes for Musicians.

  I apologize, but that's a bunch of cat doodoo! Why would you want to pay into a system (American government) that literally jacks money from your pay check before you even see a single penny? Did you know that was implemented in the year 1943 called the Current Tax Payment Act. The government figured out […] Read More

5 Levels of Leadership Most Music Directors Won’t ever Reach.

5 Levels of Leadership and why most music directors won't ever reach it

  Playing bass in the Sunday church band years back a new keyboardist came up to me and started directing me how to play a certain part. Who is this guy?? I've never seen this guy ever before in my life, he was a pretty good musician, but he just popped up one Sunday morning […] Read More

How Long Did it Take for the Top 25 Artists of all Time to Become Rich and Famous?

How Long Did it Take for the Top 25 Artists of all Time to Become Rich and Famous?

  I use to say that a lot as a kid. When you're just a kid you tend to copy everything you see. From watching Ninja Turtles on TV and copying their high fly kicks, to emulating how your parents or friends speak. I wanted to be Michelangelo. I remember sawing a piece of wood in […] Read More