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Episode 63: Get More Gigs

There is not really a secret to getting more opportunities to perform. You have to want it and you have put in some work to make it happen.

Rehearsal means nothing without a performance. How are you going to get a performance? Are you going to wait for someone to find you? If you wait to be discovered, you will die in rehearsal. You have to get out there and get after it my friend. You may have to make some tough choices - videogames or look for venues or events to reach out to? Watch T.V. or create some content to share on social media? Go out drinking or create an email to send out about my upcoming shows? These step are actually so small they can all get done in less than an hour. You just have to learn how.

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Episode 62: Mercedes

There are people that will come into your life and although they may not stay long, they have a huge impact on your life.

This episode is dedicated to my dearly departed mentor, Mercedes. We were not best friends, more like acquaintances, but he was my Yoda when I first started performing. Many of the lessons he taught me are still with me today and here is where I share my favorite pieces of wisdom that he shared with me over 11 years ago.

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Episode 61: Make Them Love You

Not Everyone in the audience came for you. You have to turn them, make them interested in your art.

Too often performers believe the audience is already theirs just by stepping on stage when in fact 80% of most audiences have no idea who the act is. They just showed up for a drink or a meal or to hang with friends. Your performance just happens to be the entertainment for the time being. It is your job as a performer to entertain, to show the audience a good time. Not only that but you also have a personal agenda. You need to make them your fans. So how does that happen? Magic! In reality the magic is your interaction. Mingle before you perform, give people a reason to pay attention. During the performance make eye contact, smile, high five. Given to opportunity actually talk to people while on stage. Then after the show, don’t just pack up and leave. Stay. Mingle some more, even better, ask people for feedback. That really makes people feel important and invested. Just show people the love you want the to show you.

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