Concert Promotion - Artist Management - Tour Management

November 26, 2017

Man oh man… work has been VERY slow lately but luckily it won’t be that way for long.

Anyway, let’s talk about when it is time for your band to hit the road.

There are some hard hitting facts in regards to hitting the road. By this I mean there can be analytical data you can use to gauge when it is the proper time. I would say, if we are using these standards, they would fall under the following –

  1. When promoters are always hitting you up to play shows for big name (A-list, B-list, C-list – not just locals) acts.

  2. When your draw is 50+ at each show (that’s YOUR draw, as...

November 20, 2017

On it’s 24th year, Vans Warped Tour will be wrapping up.

It’s a bittersweet emotion. Warped Tour was responsible for many of the great artists we know and love today getting the attention they deserved that led to their fame. The Warped Tour line up has always been stacked with well over 20 bands and traveled all over the US and beyond. But as is always the case, all good things must come to an end.

On the other hand, Warped Tour leaving leaves a HUGE opening for people like me to step up and take the reins of what John Reese (Mayhem Festival) and Kevin Lyman (Mayhem Festival/...

November 13, 2017

Half of you might be saying, “dude, why?” and the other half might be saying “well, duh”.

I’ll explain.

iTunes was revolutionary in that it was the version of Napster and Limewire that should have been. Finally record labels wised up and decided to license out their client’s music. It makes sense. At that time mp3’s and iPod’s were growing in popularity. While there were other methods to upload music to your new device, there wasn’t really any way to download the music. Here comes iTunes.

iTunes was made in conjunction with the iPod. You could buy music there, download it strai...

November 5, 2017

That’s right, folks. Protage, Inc has officially been in business for two years!

When I sit here and look back, I have two emotions –

First, I am proud. Protage is not the best promotion company in Florida. Not even in the rock genre. Protage is not constantly dealing with huge acts. Though most of my shows now are for a touring act instead of just showcases. Protage is not even on the radar of the majority of booking agencies.

However, Protage is growing. My first year I did 40 shows all across Florida. This year, Protage has 35 shows. So while I did five shows less in my se...

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