101: 4 Tips To Get Noticed As A Musician


Anyone can be a musician these days. All you need to do is buy a cheap guitar at a charity shop and start strumming. But it takes real talent to make it in the big leagues. Music is an enormously competitive market, and if you don’t have what it takes you will struggle to progress beyond the open-mic night at your local nightclub.

But if you are committed to music and are willing to work hard for your dreams, you can succeed. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a metal band, a rap artist, or a blues singer: you can make it big if you create first-rate music and put yourself out there.

Your big break will come, but first, you need to be noticed. You’ll have to build up a following and constantly work on improving your output. To get you started, here are four tips to help you succeed in the music industry. 

Perform as much as possible

You can tell as many people as you like about your band, but if you don’t get out there and perform, you won’t get far. Contact music venues in your local area and ask if they have any vacant slots. You’ll be putting your music out there to a new audience every time you play, and might get some new followers as a result. In the beginning, you are unlikely to earn any money from your performances, but the experience is crucial for success. Not only will this help you to get noticed, but it will help you to hone your live performances by learning what works and what doesn’t.

Improve your music

You might think you’re God’s gift to music, but this attitude won’t help you in the business. If you want to succeed, you will be constantly working to improve yourself. This could mean revising song lyrics and melodies, honing your live sets, and upping your practice sessions. All good things come from hard work, so remember that success takes time and you’ll get there in the end.

Promote yourself

A surefire way to increase your band’s reputation is to spread the word. Ask your friends and family to tell people they know and share links to your stuff on their social media pages. The internet is a powerful tool, and your band should have a website and a social media presence to engage with your followers.

Post your music online

You want your music to reach as many people as possible, so you should upload it online for anyone to hear. Make the most of free music platforms, such as Bandcamp, Soundcloud, and YouTube. This will increase the likelihood of your music being shared across the internet. As long as you keep your profile updated and engage with other artists, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to engage with some new listeners. 

In conclusion, these four tips will undoubtedly help you to get noticed as a musician, but ultimately it comes down to the quality of your music. If your music is brilliant, you will get there in the end. But if it still needs work, no amount of self-promotion will make you a chart-topping artist.

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