71 episodes

Singer, Songwriter and Producer L.Ariel interviews talented, creative individuals from all facets of the music industry about their exciting careers. From musicians to marketers to managers and more, the movers and shakers who work in music today discuss their musical passions, their career trajectories, and share advice, insight and outlook about the ever-changing landscape of the music business. Whether you're just starting your music career or actively seeking a job in the music industry, this weekly podcast will keep you informed and inspired.

Hey, How'd You Get That Music Job??‪?‬ L.Ariel

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Singer, Songwriter and Producer L.Ariel interviews talented, creative individuals from all facets of the music industry about their exciting careers. From musicians to marketers to managers and more, the movers and shakers who work in music today discuss their musical passions, their career trajectories, and share advice, insight and outlook about the ever-changing landscape of the music business. Whether you're just starting your music career or actively seeking a job in the music industry, this weekly podcast will keep you informed and inspired.

    Goodbye for Now...

    Goodbye for Now...

    In this 70th episode, I say a fond goodbye (for now!) as the podcast goes on hiatus, and I share a "cliff notes" version of everything I've learned doing this podcast about the music biz and how to be successful in your music career! Follow me on social media @larielmusic and visit me at http://www.larielmusic.com

    • 30 min
    Ep. 69: Active Listening and 10,000 Hours with Dr. Susan Rogers

    Ep. 69: Active Listening and 10,000 Hours with Dr. Susan Rogers

    In this 69th episode of "Hey, How'd You Get That Music Job???" I welcome Dr. Susan Rogers, staff engineer for Prince during the making of Purple Rain, Sign 'o the Times and other iconic recordings, about her incredible music career journey.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Ep. 68: No Education is Ever Wasted with Mojo

    Ep. 68: No Education is Ever Wasted with Mojo

    Mojo is the epitome of an indie musician: self-taught, self-supported and and a big part of the indie music community. He's co-host of the weekly Indie Music Podcast, the host of the popular weekly #DIYMusicChat on Twitter, a recording artist, music review blogger, songwriter, producer and engineer, all while continuing to learn, grow and share his knowledge. In short, he's all about community. Hear our fun chat about how all of his pursuits have contributed to his music career, and that no knowledge, nor education, is ever wasted. 

    • 44 min
    Ep. 67: Taking Risks and Staying Nimble with Scott Cymbala

    Ep. 67: Taking Risks and Staying Nimble with Scott Cymbala

    In this 67th episode (and kick off to season 2!) of "Hey, How'd You Get That Music Job???" I chat with Scott Cymbala of Massive Music about his music career trajectory, being a music entrepreneur, keeping an eye on emerging trends and more.
    #MassiveMusic
    Facebook: @massivemusicagency
    Twitter: @massivemusic
    Instagram: @massivemusic
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/49637/

    • 57 min
    Ep. 66: SPECIAL EPISODE WITH L.ARIEL

    Ep. 66: SPECIAL EPISODE WITH L.ARIEL

    In this special episode of “Hey, How’d You Get That Music Job???”, L.Ariel kicks off a brand new segment, “Hey, How Do You Do That Creative Job???”. She shares about what it’s like to be a musician in Los Angeles, her experience of finding work to support your creative career, networking, industry jobs, booking gigs at venues and the pitfalls of pay-to-play, and more.
    This new segment will be featured from time to time on this podcast, as L.Ariel talks with creatives of all stripes about their experiences of trying to pursue/support their artistic endeavors and what they’ve learned along the way.
    Do YOU have a story to share about how you do your creative job? Let us know! Email L.Ariel at info@musicjobspodcast.com

    • 36 min
    Ep. 65: Luck, Grit and Hard Work: a Successful Music Career with Theresa Teague

    Ep. 65: Luck, Grit and Hard Work: a Successful Music Career with Theresa Teague

    Theresa Teague’s music career journey is all about grit and hard work finding luck and opportunity. Theresa has always had a passion for music, from dance lessons to following the local live music scene in Atlanta, all the way to the historic Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, where Theresa would use her day job vacation time to volunteer at the festival each summer. She eventually got a paid position at Montreux, which exposed her to music artists from around the world and led her to further work in world artist concert tour promotion and more. During this music careers episode, Theresa discusses how her IT programming degree and corporate day jobs allowed her to support herself financially while following her passion on nights and weekends, paying off debt and giving herself a solid financial base, keeping her eye on the prize with a lot of hard work and determination until she was finally able to make the leap to a full-time career in independent tour management. Now Theresa has a roster of internationally-renowned music artists, as well as collaborating with Center Stage, the US State Department’s Cultural Exchange program for world music.

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

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9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Adam (Muzikm4n) ,

L. Ariel and this podcast = Great!!

L. Ariel is an awesome host and some amazing interviews! Moving from NC to LA in 2018, this has given me loads of motivation and excitement about working in Los Angeles. Great podcast!!

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