1 hr 21 min

An Interview with Jason Stallworth (Elite Student) - SMS110 The Savvy Musician Show

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This week C.J. is joined by Jason Stallworth, one of our first Elite students. There is so much experience and advice shared that it’s hard to pinpoint any in particular. Really what you get this week is a look into the life of someone who is really doing it and their best advice for you.
As Jason states, “That’s the biggest thing—you have to be in this for the long game. You have to be passionate about your music…that passionate about your music to stick it out.” A lot of people are quick to give up, but by applying what SMA teaches, and what you’ll learn in this podcast, you will see results and then scale what’s working. It’s so simple we often overcomplicate it. Well, this is one decision you don’t have to overcomplicate, listen to this week’s episode of the Savvy Musician Show to keep building your music empire!
Key Points From This Episode:
Intro to Jason Stallworth Surveying to find your micro-niche Targeting the right audience Page like ads Writing better copy Putting out organic content Using vulnerability to connect with fans Responding to all your fans Launching and promoting your album Creative ways to promote your sales Diversifying your income Committing to the long run Going back through the course Using what you learn from SMA in other places Tweetables:
“I think I made it more complicated than what it needed to be. I was like, ‘Well, what’s my micro-niche now?’ Going through the steps though, asking your fans, that’s the biggest thing that I’ve seen that’s been so helpful to me.” - @jasonstallworth [0:10:57]
“Not everything’s going to work like you expected, which is why we test things. So, just be authentic and organic. I mean, it’s your genre, so, you know how your audience speaks.” - @jasonstallworth [0:22:20]
“You have to present yourself and your music in a way that’s beneficial to them (your audience).” - @jasonstallworth [0:31:08]
“Launching your album, or I should say promoting your album, doesn’t stop after it’s launched, you have to keep that momentum going.” - @jasonstallworth [0:37:54]
“You give that message out there, that authentic message that tells what you are and what you do, but also tells that person that, ‘Hey, I’m one of you.’” - @jasonstallworth [0:45:34]
“That’s the biggest thing, you have to be in this for the long game. You have to be passionate about your music, that passionate about your music to stick it out.” - @jasonstallworth [0:48:39]
“If you’re getting frustrated over these types of things, then that frustration is going to show whenever you do put something out there on Facebook or on Instagram or wherever you’re putting it on.” - @jasonstallworth [0:52:50]
Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
Jason Stallworth’s Facebook Page — https://www.facebook.com/jasonstallworthmetal/
The Online Musician 3.0 — https://theonlinemusician.com
Book a Call With Us — http://www.CallSMA.com
The Savvy Musician Inner Circle — https://savvymusicianacademy.com/innercircle

This week C.J. is joined by Jason Stallworth, one of our first Elite students. There is so much experience and advice shared that it’s hard to pinpoint any in particular. Really what you get this week is a look into the life of someone who is really doing it and their best advice for you.
As Jason states, “That’s the biggest thing—you have to be in this for the long game. You have to be passionate about your music…that passionate about your music to stick it out.” A lot of people are quick to give up, but by applying what SMA teaches, and what you’ll learn in this podcast, you will see results and then scale what’s working. It’s so simple we often overcomplicate it. Well, this is one decision you don’t have to overcomplicate, listen to this week’s episode of the Savvy Musician Show to keep building your music empire!
Key Points From This Episode:
Intro to Jason Stallworth Surveying to find your micro-niche Targeting the right audience Page like ads Writing better copy Putting out organic content Using vulnerability to connect with fans Responding to all your fans Launching and promoting your album Creative ways to promote your sales Diversifying your income Committing to the long run Going back through the course Using what you learn from SMA in other places Tweetables:
“I think I made it more complicated than what it needed to be. I was like, ‘Well, what’s my micro-niche now?’ Going through the steps though, asking your fans, that’s the biggest thing that I’ve seen that’s been so helpful to me.” - @jasonstallworth [0:10:57]
“Not everything’s going to work like you expected, which is why we test things. So, just be authentic and organic. I mean, it’s your genre, so, you know how your audience speaks.” - @jasonstallworth [0:22:20]
“You have to present yourself and your music in a way that’s beneficial to them (your audience).” - @jasonstallworth [0:31:08]
“Launching your album, or I should say promoting your album, doesn’t stop after it’s launched, you have to keep that momentum going.” - @jasonstallworth [0:37:54]
“You give that message out there, that authentic message that tells what you are and what you do, but also tells that person that, ‘Hey, I’m one of you.’” - @jasonstallworth [0:45:34]
“That’s the biggest thing, you have to be in this for the long game. You have to be passionate about your music, that passionate about your music to stick it out.” - @jasonstallworth [0:48:39]
“If you’re getting frustrated over these types of things, then that frustration is going to show whenever you do put something out there on Facebook or on Instagram or wherever you’re putting it on.” - @jasonstallworth [0:52:50]
Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
Jason Stallworth’s Facebook Page — https://www.facebook.com/jasonstallworthmetal/
The Online Musician 3.0 — https://theonlinemusician.com
Book a Call With Us — http://www.CallSMA.com
The Savvy Musician Inner Circle — https://savvymusicianacademy.com/innercircle

1 hr 21 min

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