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Creative Branding & PR coach Diane Foy has conversations with thriving musicians, actors, dancers, and industry influencers on what it takes to succeed in the arts. Solo shows offer coaching drawn from her 25 years’ experience as a multi-passionate creative entrepreneur. Guests have included musicians Akon, Bif Naked, Sass Jordan, Jason McCoy, Clayton Bellamy, Marc Jordan, live music producer Tom Jackson, music producers Timbaland and Joe Solo, actor/musician Michael Des Barres, actor Glenn ...
 
Interested in tips, techniques and career advice for singers and speakers? In All Things Vocal Podcast, vocal coach and music industry veteran Judy Rodman uses her vast experience on 'both sides of the glass' to give vocal tips, techniques and advice that can quickly improve the health, control and communicative impact of the voice. She also interviews professional singers, speakers, and industry insiders who share insights for serious vocal careers. Judy's chat with such experts as music in ...
 
Create a solid business as a musician by building an engaged fan base and tapping into multiple streams of income. Learn up-to-date music marketing tactics to grow income streams in 4 essential areas: recording music & releasing music, music performing & livestreaming, freelance opportunities for musicians (music teaching, session work for musicians, custom songwriting & more) and recurring revenue for musicians (fan support, Patreon, affiliate income for musicians and more). Join host Bree ...
 
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Fans, media and industry are what you have to attract to make money with your talent. You have to begin by knowing who you are and developing your story and personal branding, before you go on to social media and the rest. So says Diane Foy, my interview guest today, who is a certified PR & Marketing Coach for artists and performers. To use her by-…
 
Last week on the podcast I spoke with an acting teacher (Terry Knickerbocker) about techniques and the creative process for us actors. Well, this week a publicist will guide us through the business side of our profession, and how best to promote and grow our careers, not letting others and especially ourselves stand in our way. Join or Donate to WI…
 
“Maybe I’m a jack of all trades and a master of none. Maybe I’m putting my eggs in too many baskets.” That’s a mindset that is limiting and old school. It’s not how the world works anymore. Hollywood Producer and Media Futurist Susan Johnston is president of Select Services Films. She is a multi-award winning producer, casting director, and actress…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 71 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! First up I want to announce that I have just released an updated version of the Fans, Media, & Industry Attraction Roadmap for Musicians and Actors. This free ebook will walk you through 3 phases to set you up so that you can book gigs and make money with your talents. Phase 1 is Authenti…
 
Do you want to know what money-making offer you should add to your business? Katie Zaccardi, founder of “Out To Be,” joins Bree Noble to discuss their own experiences to help you choose which offer is best for you. At the end of the day, your best money-making offer depends on your personality, your current goals, your audience size, and where you'…
 
In this past year, as most actors and artists were forced to stay at home, we found new ways to keep creating. The most obvious is the explosion of zoom readings and productions of both new and existing works. Others discovered this medium of podcasting, and in just one year the number of podcasts doubled. But in today’s episode, in honor of Pride …
 
“Maybe I’m a jack of all trades and a master of none. Maybe I’m putting my eggs in too many baskets.” That’s a mindset that is limiting and old school. It’s not how the world works anymore. Michael Tow is a TV film and Theater actor in such projects as Oscar (nominated or winner) Sound of Metal, Blacklist, Law and Order SVU and Lucky Grandma. He ho…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 70 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! Let's talk transformations...By now, you probably know that I am a branding and PR coach for artists, musicians, and actors, but today I want to shift gears to talk about the transformation my coaching can do for you! I believe that in order to attract fans, media, and industry you need t…
 
This week I'm sharing a conversation I had on another podcast called Blatantly Honest. At the end of this episode I also talk about the recent survey and the need for a reassessment of WINMI Podcast. Sign up for the monthly WINMI Newsletter. Makaila Nichols is the founder of the Blatantly Honest Foundation. She is also a national speaker, podcaster…
 
Many music teachers out there are struggling to find the resources they need. What if there is a community that can help them with that and provides support at the same time? Today’s guest is Jessica Peresta, founder of The Domestic Musician, which aims to help music teachers thrive in teaching and creative entrepreneurs succeed in online business.…
 
“Maybe I’m a jack of all trades and a master of none. Maybe I’m putting my eggs in too many baskets.” That’s a mindset that is limiting and old school. It’s not how the world works anymore. Alyshia Ochse (True Detective, The Other Woman, The Purge), host That One Audition, and Anna LaMadrid (Vida; Grey’s Anatomy; Love, Victor), founder of Put Me On…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 69 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! I’m going to start the show with a little-known fact… For most of my life, I tiptoed around in order to go unnoticed. I was passionate about the performing arts, however, I was way too shy to become a performer. As a photographer, makeup artist, journalist, artist manager, and publicist I…
 
If you want to get more views on YouTube, then this episode is for you. Today’s guest is Fiona Flyte, the creator of the Profitable Performer Revolution and YouTube Domination. She talks with Bree Noble about understanding YouTube for musicians and how you can use SEO and metric analysis to attract more views. However, increasing your views is not …
 
“You can do anything you want.” Michael Kushner is NYC’s leading multi-hyphenate. As an award winning photographer, producer, performer, writer, and podcaster, Michael has cultivated a career that kept him alive and afloat during the pandemic. You can catch him performing with The Skivvies or his one person play Moo With Me, or photographing headsh…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 68 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! I wanted to start this episode with some gratitude. I’ve been creating this podcast for over 2 years and it is nearing 8,000 downloads. That may not be a lot in comparison to many others out there but I’m always coaching artists about how slow and steady growth is longer-lasting growth. I…
 
The last time a couple came on the podcast was way back in Season 1. And on today's episode Evelyn LeBel and her fiancé Chris Stepanek join me to discuss their different roles backstage, why unions are so important, and how networking is the name of the game in finding work. Give your feedback in the 2021 Listener Survey. This Broadway dresser and …
 
If you want your music to sound professional through speakers and headphones, then what you need is a music producer. A music producer is someone who helps mix, add instruments, and bring your music up to industry standards. How do you find the right person for your needs? Listen in as Bree Noble gets answers from Emily Satterlee, the CEO of ItyDit…
 
Do you speak in public? I bet you do. Whether on a stage between songs, on TV or radio, on webcam on the phone or in front of a boardroom or classroom, you talk. My interview guest Dave Bricker is a veteran public speaker and trainer with a focus on remarkable storytelling that delivers messages that powerfully engage the audience. He shares some i…
 
“This world we are evolving into leaves a lot of room for reevaluating.” Stephanie Ybarra began her tenure as Artistic Director of Baltimore Center Stage in 2018 after serving seven years as Director of Special Artistic Projects for The Public Theater in New York. Her career spans over two decades and includes roles at Dallas Theater Center, Yale R…
 
Give your feedback in the 2021 Listener Survey. Ever since I became WINMI's sole host and producer, I have wanted to have an acting teacher on this podcast. Well, it certainly took long enough, but that time has finally come. Terry Knickerbocker has been guiding students for almost 30 years, having trained and taught with William Esper, one of the …
 
People may love your music, but it’s simply not enough to gain the attention that you need, especially nowadays. You need to work on the public relations side of your career. What you need are a story and social media activity. Bree Noble’s guest today is Diane Foy, a PR, and marketing coach. Diane explains the importance of figuring out what you w…
 
Have you ever thought about teaching what you know? If you make a living singing, creating music or speaking, your financial situation is on roller skates. It's wise to develop alternative streams of income, and teaching your skills to others could be a win-win stream of good. For this episode, I interviewed artist mentors Bree Noble and Katie Zacc…
 
“Maybe I’m a jack of all trades and a master of none. Maybe I’m putting my eggs in too many baskets.” That’s a mindset that is limiting and old school. It’s not how the world works anymore. Lee Edward Colston II is a Philly native, former prison guard turned actor, playwright, director, acting and writing coach, and author. Selected acting credits …
 
As you and I certainly know there is so much more to Theater then just what happens on stage. There are those behind the scenes and backstage, contributing just as much to the production of any show. The next four episodes will be focusing on this important work and how we as Actors can collaborate with them. Today’s guest is not only an actress bu…
 
Bree Noble’s guest in this episode is Mike Meiers, founder of Songwriting for Guitar. Mike shares his journey on how he came to love playing the guitar and teaching others to play it. Teaching others helped Mike grow exponentially in music, eventually becoming a skilled songwriter. Through the years, he realized that people don’t buy tickets and me…
 
Want more vocal control? There are 4 critical factors you need to improve... your inhale, breath support, breath control and mental focus. I go into each one and explain the effects on the singing and speaking voice. For more help with this, check out my courses and lessons on my website. https://judyrodman.com Even one lesson should make a differe…
 
“We’re like the Expedia of casting. You go to one place and we compile all the different sites for you.” As CEO of The Actor’s Code and co-founder of Actor’s Casting Technology, A.C.T. Now!©, Jana Beeson is passionate about helping actors supercharge their careers and easily outbook the “competition” in a fraction of the time. An actor herself, Jan…
 
It’s really no big secret that having children involved in the performing arts can have a major impact on them in school and out of school. Well, today’s guests are training some of these young artists in a fine arts conservatory down in Miami, Florida called MoonAmie Productions. Monica Rosell and Priscilla Blanco join me to discuss their importan…
 
Being a musician is not just about learning how to play and perform, especially if you want to succeed. You also need to learn about the business side of it, from marketing to networking, basically all the things that make the music industry what it is. Helping musicians find their footing and thrive, Bree Noble interviews Monica Strut, a musician,…
 
“The first thing they’re gonna do is go to your socials. If you don’t have much going on then next.” PR & Marketing Coach Diane Foy helps unstoppable musicians and actors attract fans, media and industry so that you can book gigs and make money with your talents. During her 16 years as an entertainment publicist, Diane represented some celebrities,…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 67 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! Are you one to set goals or go with the flow? I lived go with the flow for far too many years. I am most creative when I don’t have a specific plan, but I’ve learned that a goal without a plan is just a wish or dream. Right now, I’m aiming to fill my coaching practice with 5 more musician…
 
In the last episode we learned the importance of producing our own work as actors. Well today's guest, Joel B. New, will show us that just because you build it doesn't mean people will come. After the hard work of creating, then comes the daunting task of producing and promoting it, getting others to take notice and support that work. Learn how Joe…
 
Just when we start to lose hope in this current pandemic situation, we’re now seeing some events slowly coming back up. For artists and musicians, this means finally getting booked and doing gigs. However, as we move into the post-pandemic period, it helps not to deny that some things are not the way they were. Tara Brueske, a recording artist and …
 
“Prepare for the job you want. Then when the opportunity comes along you’re ready.” Working with Elizabeth Barnes since 2015, Seth has been involved with such projects as the Emmy nominated Netflix series “GLOW,” “What/If,” “Siren” and “Blood & Treasure.” Their work on “GLOW” earned them 2019 & 2020 Artios Awards nominations alongside fellow castin…
 
At one point or another there is a lesson that all actors have to learn, and this past year has driven home that lesson even more so, and that is the need to create our own work. Today’s guest, Ashley Kate Adams, Not only added producing to her already sizable acting resume, but she put all of her thoughts and lessons learned into a new book called…
 
The pandemic is a hard hit on all business industries, but especially with the creative entertainment industry. In this episode, Leo Saunders explains why he founded TuneRiver and how it opens up a new income stream for musicians like yourself. TuneRiver allows customers to order personalized songs from their favorite artists. The artists can perso…
 
“It’s not just for taxes. An LLC protects you and your assets.” This week you get some real legal insight from entertainment lawyer Robert Sciglimpaglia. Robert wrote Voice Over Legal and has been working as an actor and attorney focused on entertainment for years. He gives some excellent tips on taxes, LLCs and the in’s and out’s of copyrighting i…
 
Behind every social media platform is one important account that is typically overlooked: email. If you can put together a comprehensive email list to regularly send messages and engage with, one can reap a huge following and a handsome monetization. Bree Noble brings back Cheryl B. Engelhardt, this time to share her secrets on connecting with fans…
 
On today’s podcast journalist Marcus Scott shares his love of telling stories and how he suddenly found himself writing musicals. Sign up for the WINMI Newsletter Real life writing, that’s really the best way to describe the kind of work Marcus does. It’s something of the moment. It's meaningful, insightful, and true to the experiences that Marcus …
 
While natural talent certainly plays a part in the capabilities of any actor to perform, there’s one skill that has to be learned and nurtured for any actor to really make it in this business, and in part two of my conversation with Joyce Hshieh, she talks about this all important ability to learn and memorize lines. As an actor she struggled with …
 
Hello and welcome to episode 66 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! My guest today has over 50 years of success in the music industry. Judy Rodman has sung on decades of hit records or performed live or on TV with artists such as George Jones, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, George Strait, Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, and the list goes on. During…
 
Almost every actor would seize upon the opportunity to be in a big TV show. But even with a BFA in acting and conservatory theater training, none of it had really prepared Joyce Hshieh for one of the biggest roles of her life, Becoming a three day champion on the game show jeopardy. Sign up for the WINMI Newsletter. In part one of my conversation w…
 
A lot of musicians don’t know what to do when it comes to promoting themselves. Sometimes, they don’t even want to promote themselves. They believe that promoting yourself is narcissistic and that it has to be phony or inauthentic for it to work. Joining Bree Noble to dispel this misconception is Megan Kuhar, a professor of Music Technology, creati…
 
On December 23, 2020, Broadway and musical theater lost one of its most beautifully talented leading ladies, Rebecca Luker. In the second half of my conversation with Sally Wilfert, we talk about their close friendship and the last project of Rebecca’s life, a duo album called All the Girls. We also touch on what made her such a unique and special …
 
Sally Wilfert is a Broadway actress and an amazing vocalist who understands the rigors and demands of performing at the top of her game. In part one of my conversation with Sally, she and I discuss the difficulties, injuries, and self-doubts she’s endured. Sign up for the WINMI Newsletter. Unlike other jobs like accounting, engineering, or even med…
 
From releasing an album to holding a concert, planning and hosting a music event is a tedious and challenging undertaking, especially today when almost everything is done virtually. But with proper planning and adequate help, the rewards it can yield are more than just exciting. Joining Bree Noble is singer and vocal coach Danielle Tucker. Danielle…
 
As we talked about in Part One, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is what put Gabrielle Ruiz on the map. However, it was her theater training and performance abilities that made it possible for her to be cast in the show. In this episode we talk more about her time on the stage and what drives her most as an artist. Get the WINMI Newsletter - join.whyillnevermak…
 
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