The Musicians' Bible : The Complete Guide to the Music Business
Are you a guitarist trying to start a band? A singer or songwriter desperate to sign a record deal? Or do you work in music and need to get the best contacts in the business? Whether you're trying to break into the industry or are already part of it, "The Musician's Bible" is the ultimate source of information for everyone involved in making music. Former "Time Out" music editor John Collis has interviewed industry insiders and musicians to bring you the best advice on navigating the pitfalls of the business today. His guide also includes listings of all the contacts you'll need, from record companies to pluggers and publicists, top agents to studios, as well as the distilled wisdom of, among others, John Peel, the legendary manager Ed Bicknell, up-and-coming band "Brothernature", DJ Charlie Gillett and the Musician's Union. Whatever your ambitions and dreams, this book can help make them reality.
- Mixed media product | 448 pages
- 171 x 230 x 27mm | 814g
- 06 Sep 2001
- Penguin Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About John Collis
John Collis is a freelance writer and music journalist. A former music editor at Time Out, he is the author of several books including 'The Story of Chess Records' (Bloomsbury 1998) and 'Van Morrisson' (Warner 1997). He lives in Lewisham.