Great information for musicians, singers, rappers and spoken word artistes to get your pack together for reporters, gig enquiries and your speculative enquiries
What to include in your EPK, how it should look, what are the most important parts, what it is all about… all the answers, here.
After a comprehensive review of all things EPK, this is the episode that wraps it up. Let’s review the entire list of things your press kit should have, who should you look up for help to make the kit effective and unforgettable, and most importantly, what are those three key things that you just cannot omit, the three pillars that will get you the gigs you want.
Quite a difficult thing choosing a song to send to a prospective client or promoter, so what should you send? Is a CD ok or is it better as a .WAV file? What if you can’t afford Studio time is a recording on your phone ok? All these questions and more are answered in tonight’s music business insights podcast ‘Success Beyond The Score’, episode 19 ‘What Should Be Your Killer Music Track For Your Press Kit?’ by Millicent Stephenson for the gigging musician.
A press kit might sound a bit daunting, as if it was something exclusive to huge artists, or something that requires a lot of time, money and effort. That’s not the case at all! It doesn’t have to be a massive document or a fancy animated presentation: you make sure your kit has the essentials that your promoters and clients need, and you will see how it boosts your career and gets you new contacts.