YOUR TALENT IS JUST THE BEGINNING! If you are considering a career in Gospel music as an artist or industry executive, The Beginner’s Guide To The Gospel Music Industry: A Handbook For Aspiring Artists And Industry Executives is for you. It is a comprehensive guide to help you avoid common mistakes and make the most of your opportunities. From basic industry concepts to the ministry skills so necessary in Gospel music, industry veteran Monica Coates discusses it all honestly and with an eye toward practical application.
The pursuit of a career in the Gospel music industry can be one of the most interesting, exciting, and educating experiences you will ever undertake. But… it will be challenging, often frustrating, and – if you are serious about ministry as well – it will test you in ways you weren’t exactly expecting.
The Beginner’s Guide To The Gospel Music Industry: A Handbook For Aspiring Artists And Industry Executives, when read in its entirety and put to proper use, will help you avoid many tragic mistakes. You will discover:
- The difference between your calling and your talents
- The 3 sectors of the Gospel music industry
- Necessary elements for the aspiring artist
- The real value of a record deal
- First steps toward becoming an artist or industry executive
- Keys to understanding the changing music industry economy
Even better, the book will assist you in turning unavoidable mistakes into pivotal moments from which you will mature and grow.
Purchase at BarnesandNoble.com
Monica Coates is a veteran of the Gospel music industry with experience in artist management, publicity, radio promotions and A&R. Over the course of her diverse career, she has worked at the top Gospel labels—EMI Gospel and Verity—and with a variety of artists, including Fred Hammond, Donnie McClurkin, Hezekiah Walker and Joann Rosario.