What Most Agents Don't Want Jazz Artists To Know

I want to teach you….

  • How to get more jazz gigs worldwide.
  • Why 95% of all press packs sent to jazz promoters are disregarded.
  • Why contacts on their own aren’t good enough.
  • Why 20% of the jazz musicians get 80% of the gigs.

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Every day jazz musicians around the world call my office asking if I can represent them and book their tours.  They contact me because over fifteen years I’ve worked with award winning international jazz artists including Billy Cobham, John Patitucci, Nathan East, Stephane Grappelli, Martin Taylor, Jamie Cullum, Bireli Lagrene, Bill Wyman, Didier Lockwood, Andreas Oberg & Sacha Distel.  I’ve booked artists into venues ranging from London’s Royal Albert Hall to New York’s Carnegie Hall as well as some of the leading international jazz festivals and clubs.  So read on if you want to know how to take your jazz career to the next level….

What It Takes To Be A Successful Jazz Musician

You know that getting ahead as a jazz musicians is just as much about who you know as how you play.  Over the years I’ve built up a contact list of over 9,000 jazz festival directors, jazz club managers, concert presenters and jazz booking agents.  It takes most people a lifetime to build that number of contacts with all the researching involved.  But that’s not all…

As a jazz musician you also need to know the best method and techniques for getting gigs. There is a way of building your career as a musician without cold calls and wasting your time emailing only to be constantly rejected.