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I hear it all the time…

“How do I get gigs Steve? I mean…I’m good, people love what I do, and I’m networking all the time.

What do I have to do? I’m going crazy, all I want to do is play!”

Or I hear…

“I feel stuck. I’m working, but not as much as I want to.

I expected to be further ahead by now.”


“Why can’t I get to that next level? What the heck do I need to do to get that big break?”

Have you ever said these things? Have you ever felt this way?

Of course you have.

You’ve been home on a weekend night. You’ve watched others play the gig you wanted. You’ve heard songs you KNEW you could have written better. And that’s not the half of it.

Music is your first love. It’s your passion, your purpose – the reason you get up everyday.

Music’s not what you do, music is your very life.

And speaking of life: isn’t music supposed to be paying your bills and supporting your life?

No wonder you’re frustrated!

What if there was a better, more focused way to get gigs?

There is. Click the video to learn more.

The How to Get Noticed, Heard and Hired free course

As I said in the video, this three-part, free online course covers how to get YOU noticed, heard and hired. You’ll learn how to:

  • Introduce yourself so you’re understood, useful, and memorable. (If you get this wrong, you’re like every other musician: generic, unneeded, and forgettable)
  • Build relationships that help people remember who you are, what you do, AND lead them to come see you play or check you out online.
  • Talk and negotiate with those that want to hire in a way that gets “win/win” results.
  • Do all this in way that is authentic and easy to do while building the life you truly want to live.

How to Get Noticed, Heard and Hired is a self-led video course  – you’ll get access to the three sessions and the materials as soon as you sign-up. You can watch them back to back, one at a time, or whenever you’d like. And yes, it’s free.

Who is This Course For?

This course is designed for any musician, singer, songwriter, solo artist or band who:

  • Is at the beginning stages of your career or even thinking about a career in music
  • Is stuck and can’t seem to break into that “next level”
  • Is at a crossroads of pushing through or giving up

If you’re in any of those positions, this course is for you.

Click the link below to get immediate access to the course

If you’re unsure, read on…

Still Not Convinced?

That’s fine, I get it.

Let me tell you a bit more about the course.

It’s Not Your Fault!

I’ve analyzed the successes of countless singers, songwriters, musicians and bands and people from many other industries, too. I’ve talked to those that have succeeded and many who have not. I’ve learned from my own successes and failures. And I’ve helped musicians like you build the careers they’ve wanted to build (read some testimonies here). Here’s what I’ve learned:

  1. Most musicians have been taught that the key to success is TALENT! The problem is that talent is a given! Oh sure there are some exceptions, but everyone pursuing a music career has talent. I mean, let’s be honest: talent just gets you in the door. So why do some people succeed when others do not?
  2. The answer is that some people use proven success mindsets, actions, and tools. Unfortunately, because of the talent emphasis mentioned above, these proven success mindsets, actions, and tools are rarely taught to musicians.

This is why I say that your frustrations are not your fault. You’re doing what you’ve been taught to do but it simply isn’t enough.

So What Do Successful People Do?

I explain more in the course, but let me tell you about two useful success tools: learning and planning.

“Many people spend more time planning a two week vacation than they do planning their life.” – Zig Ziglar

Successful people are lifelong learners. And they don’t just learn about their craft either. They learn about business, people, communication, marketing, and even other industries. They then apply what they learn to their careers and lives.

Successful people are also planners. According to a Harvard University study, only 3 percent of students had written goals and plans to accomplish them. When contacted 10 years later, that 3% were earning 10 times what the other 97% were earning (the same basic results have been found in many studies on the subject). Clearly having a written plan is important.

My point is that you too need to learn and plan to accomplish what you want in music and in your life.

I explain more in this video:

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If you’re still unsure, please read my final thoughts after the form.

If you’re still skeptical, let me elaborate on what I said in the video about dead musicians.

Simply put, I’m tired of it.

I’m tired of loosing the most gifted, talented, passionate, and needed artists before their time. And yes, I said needed.

Not only are these people needed by their family and friends, they are needed by our world. Who else is going to express the depths of joy and sorrow, elation and pain, and the rights and wrongs of being human if it’s not the people in the arts?

And I’m not just tired of the loss of megastars like Prince, Whitney, Chris Cornell, or Chester Bennington. I’m tired of people like you failing to be noticed, heard and hired. I know that sounds corny, but I’m serious. You have a voice that needs to be heard whether it’s on the world stage or not.

This is why I do what I do and why I hope you’ll sign-up for this course today.

Thank you.