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MUSICIANS!
Are you tired of starving and surviving?
Let's achieve creative freedom!

Thriving Musician is an educational podcast hosted by Spenser Liszt focused on financial literacy, mindset and music business. Episodes include candid interviews from a wide range of thriving musicians, business professionals and finance experts.

Topics include building savings, planning for retirement, investing, insurance, tax preparation, financial organization, music business resources and strategies, marketing, mental health and mindset.

Learn more at www.SpenserLiszt.com

Thriving Musician Podcast Spenser Liszt

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 18 Ratings

MUSICIANS!
Are you tired of starving and surviving?
Let's achieve creative freedom!

Thriving Musician is an educational podcast hosted by Spenser Liszt focused on financial literacy, mindset and music business. Episodes include candid interviews from a wide range of thriving musicians, business professionals and finance experts.

Topics include building savings, planning for retirement, investing, insurance, tax preparation, financial organization, music business resources and strategies, marketing, mental health and mindset.

Learn more at www.SpenserLiszt.com

    Ep. 45: Brooklyn Artist Plays Big Stages While Practicing Law

    Ep. 45: Brooklyn Artist Plays Big Stages While Practicing Law

    Born in Caracas, Venezuela, and currently based in Brooklyn, Alë Jay is a 27-year-old Songwriter/Multi-Instrumentalist/Producer. His deep latin musical roots fused with his world-renowned music education at the University of North Texas make up the origins of his unique sound. He debuted in 2015 by opening for John Legend at SXSW, and has gone on to win a ​Gold CLIO Music Award​ for his song “Put It Down”; share the stage as a saxophonist with Maggie Rogers; and rose to the top in Major Lazer's worldwide search for a Caribbean infused summer jam with his original release "doin' to me".

    Show notes: www.SpenserLiszt.com/blog/TMP45

    7 Habits of Thriving Musicians (FREE PDF Download): www.SpenserLiszt.com/habits

    Join the free Thriving Musicians closed Facebook group: www.Facebook.com/groups/ThrivingMusician

    Email questions, comments or nominate a Thriving Musician to spenser@spenserliszt.com

    Follow Spenser online:

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    • 1 hr 25 min
    Ep. 44: Singer Songwriter Returns From 5 Year Hiatus

    Ep. 44: Singer Songwriter Returns From 5 Year Hiatus

    Sarah Goode is a singer songwriter performing under the moniker SARRA. Her self-titled debut album smolders with a sublime emotionality that veers precariously on the border of bliss and abject darkness. The album's strongly feminine indie-pop was inspired by a soulful victory over intense personal tumultuousness.

    Thanks for listening and keep thriving!

    Show notes: www.SpenserLiszt.com/blog/TMP44

    7 Habits of Thriving Musicians (FREE PDF Download): www.SpenserLiszt.com/habits

    Join the free Thriving Musicians closed Facebook group: www.Facebook.com/groups/ThrivingMusician

    Email questions, comments or nominate a Thriving Musician to spenser@spenserliszt.com

    Follow Spenser online:

    Facebook: www.Facebook.com/SpenserLiszt
    Twitter: www.Twitter.com/SpenserLiszt
    Instagram: www.Instagram.com/SpenserLiszt

    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

hotsoup1442 ,

Great Podcast in an Innovative Niche

Have known Spenser for a while personally and he is a great guy all around. This podcast is a reflection of his giving personality, and he his doing an amazing service in the musical community. My personal favorite is the episode with Noel Johnston. So many gems in that one.

kmstx ,

Fresh and Accessible

This podcast offers a fresh perspective and fuses money and music talk in a really accessible way. Great production value and a wide variety of interesting guests!

EMVocals ,

YES! It's a bout time we had these converstaions!

I LOVE that Spenser is challenging the old script that says musicians are either rich and famous or starving. This conversation is timely, and so important. It's fantastic to have someone we (pro musicians) can trust, who understands first hand what sort of struggles we face. And to have all of this great info in one place is just phenomenal. Thanks, Spenser! You rock!

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