Sept. 7, 2020

How to Build a Music Career From Scratch | Advice From Underoath

How to Build a Music Career From Scratch | Advice From Underoath

Advice From Underoath


Tim McTague of Underoath shares what his band has done to retain the same lineup for nearly 20 years, so your band can too. Tim and our all-star panel know how to start a music career from scratch. And they know how to build a music career that lasts.


Panelists:

Tim McTague - Underoath

Brian Slagel - Metal Blade Records

Mike Mowery - 10th Street Entertainment

Biggie - Good Fight Management

Tim Borror - Sound Talent Group


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