Streaming, radio play, sync licensing, merchandise, and performing live are five key ways that recording artists and musicians can generate income. With the industry’s shift from buying music to streaming music, and with streaming paying out an insultingly small amount of money per stream, performing live and touring have continued to be the best way to monetize your fanbase. If you are booked for a concert and sell 100 tickets, you could bring in $1,000-2,000. If 100 people streamed you 10 times each in a month, you wouldn’t even make $100. We know how to get you booked for paid gigs, and have helped artists in nearly every genre achieve their goals with our artist management services.
A rock band contacted DCR to help them increase bookings and pitch to other industry stakeholders. In our first month working together, we shared their music with more than 600 industry stakeholders at record labels, blogs, sync licensing companies, music libraries, film studios, radio stations, and venues. We received engagement (viewing an EPK, downloading or streaming music, or contacting us) from 22 stakeholders. We landed the client’s new single on 3 radio stations and 1 blog. Most importantly, the rock band received 3 paid booking offers.
Our artist management services help artists reach decision makers in the music industry who can assist in spreading the artist’s brand. If you’re looking for bookings, radio spins, blog coverage, and more, our artist management services were made for you. While we are ultimately the messenger, and cannot guarantee any coverage, bookings, investments, etc., we have a history of success delivering results like these in our affordable and transparent services. If you want to give them a go yourself, sign up for artist management services or a services bundle that includes artist management and artist marketing services on our website.