120 episodes

Two experienced artist managers and music industry professionals bring you their take on the modern day music business and how they mentally approach the profession of management. Join Blasko and Mike Mowery as they cover hot topics in the industry, answer fan questions, provide insight on sales numbers and showcase new music with a slant toward developing artists.

The ManageMental Podcast with Blasko and Mike Mowery Jabberjaw Media

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    • 5.0, 88 Ratings

Two experienced artist managers and music industry professionals bring you their take on the modern day music business and how they mentally approach the profession of management. Join Blasko and Mike Mowery as they cover hot topics in the industry, answer fan questions, provide insight on sales numbers and showcase new music with a slant toward developing artists.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
88 Ratings

88 Ratings

David Coloma ,

Thanks for this killer show!!

Can’t thank enough Mike and Blasko for putting this together, a great source of information from professionals in the music business. I recommend this podcast to all musicians

David Coloma

Titus_Ambronicus ,

Killer Knowledge!

As someone who’s brand new to managing a band, this podcast is filled with insight and priceless knowledge from a couple of heavy hitters in this industry. The fact that this much advice is given away for free is gloriously mind-blowing! Thanks Blasko and Mike! I’m learning so much! Keep up the solid work! 🤘

Joe__k ,

Practical Music Biz info for Bands

I started listening to the manage mental podcast about six months ago and binge listened to all of the previous episode.

Blasko and Mike present practical info for musicians to follow so they can turn themselves into professional musicians and not just wannabees. The info is aimed at musicians just starting out, but episodes on items like licensing and copyright, even seasoned pros can gain can gain knowledge and insight from. Blasko and Mike lay the info out, but as they point out, the hard work has to be done by the musicians. You cannot expect anyone to be interested in you, until you have an audience. You need to apply the knowledge and make things happen for yourself.

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