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Musicians guide to touring Europe without a booking agent or label (Part 1)

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Musicians guide to touring Europe without a booking agent or label (Part 1)

[This article on the DIY Musician Blog was written by guest contributor Brett Newski, an indie-pop songwriter who has toured extensively in Europe.] Touring can be brutal. You know this if you’ve been on the road, especially in America or the UK. Don’t worry. It gets better.

Europe is the holy grail of touring for musicians: great hospitality, primo food, unpretentious attentive audiences, government arts funding. It’s the mega jam. I try to spend at least 8-10 weeks per year touring Europe. This fall will mark my sixth European tour. It’s a place of extreme loyalty that you’ll be able to go back to for decades (if you do it right). Click on the link below to read more…

Author: Brett Newski, DIY Musician Blog

Read More/Original Source: http://diymusician.cdbaby.com/musician-tips/musicians-guide-touring-europe-without-booking-agent-label-part-1/

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