How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams
Artist, Musician, Songwriter, and Entrepreneur Julia Nunes defines building a sustainable music career in many ways. One of which is her understanding of the importance of "merch," or merchandise, and the powerful connection it can create with fans. This episode shares best practices on what has worked for Julia on merch at shows, online, and beyond. Host Emily White also interviews Julia on her career through the lens of the book this podcast is based on. Follow Julia on Instagram @JuliaNunesMusic Happy listening! Questions? Reach out to @EmWizzle on Twitter CREDITS: Creator, Executive Producer, Producer, & Host: Emily White Engineer: Nathan Cain Music: Matthew Wang Sponsorship: Michael James Graphics: Neelu Mohaghegh --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sustainablemusiccareer/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sustainablemusiccareer/support
Julia Nunes Interview: Anything Goes w/ Jackson Neill EP. 132
Anything Goes w/ Jackson Neill
Julia Nunes comes on the podcast to talk about her latest EP "Ughwow". Listen to the EP: https://open.spotify.com/album/4xysIfE6Pf4SPiEarvc4ND Follow Julia: https://www.instagram.com/julianunesmusic/ Visit the Podcast Website: https://jacksonneillpodcasts.com Follow Jackson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jacksonneill20 Follow Jackson on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonneill20/ Become a Subscriber and Listen to Bonus Content: https://www.patreon.com/jacksonneill20 Anything Goes w/ Jackson Neill is published on Tuesday's and Thursday's. Check out the Jackson Neill Podcast website for his sports and music podcasts. His sports podcast is published on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and his music podcast is published on Sunday's. Music: "cdk - Sunday" by Analog By Nature (http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/cdk/53755) 11-27-19
"I didn't grow up with 'That's the devil.' I grew up with 'That's stupid.'" - with Julia Nunes
In this episode of Backsliders, we talk with our friend, the talented musician Julia Nunes. We met her in a yoga class four years ago and have been through *a lot* together. We talk with Julia about her experience growing up in upstate New York in a non-religious family, surrounded by churches. Other topics include: using art as a way to work through challenges, how feeling “not good enough" manifests, taking care of your body, going to therapy, why self-care isn’t selfish and the importance of healing—with other people. (Also, we live-plan another music video shoot together during this episode.) Note: We offer these podcasts freely because we love these conversations and find them to be healing. We hope you connect with them and maybe even feel less alone as you listen. If you enjoy our show and are able to give, we kindly ask for a donation of your choice via Venmo. Think of it like buying a latte for a friend when you can't leave your house. :) And if you can't give financially, please consider spending a minute leaving us a short review or sharing our show with a friend. Thank you so much for your support! Julia's Links YouTube USED TO WANT music video (directed by us!) Spotify Instagram Facebook Pandora Website Our Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Keylee Instagram Micah Instagram Credits Sound Mixing by Darren Augustus Videography and Photography by Claude Charles Intro Music "7.2.19" by Chase Burnett Outro Music "Stay Mad" by Chase Burnett ft. Julia Nunes Title Animation/Poster art by Cody Walzel Special Thanks to Angie Charles Reach out! Have a question or topic you want to discuss? Want to be a guest on the show? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.