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Hiring A Manager? Three Tough Questions To Ask.

Getting a band manager is a big step. Finding a good one is tough. So when candidates come in for the interview, size them up, and really get to know them.

Before the meet up, do some research. Ask around. People in the music industry know each other. There may be stories you’d want to know. Stories that may help your decision. And when you finally meet the candidates, get inside their head … even inside their heart. You’re getting someone you have to be with and deal with every single day. Or until you have to fire him and look for another one.


To skip that mess, ask tough questions during the interview. Here are just 3 of them:


  1. 1. Who Are Your Friends?


A manager’s circle of friends is important. The right connection is vital in getting ahead in the music business. Having a wide network would be good but you have to be discerning with the kind of people the would-be manager have in his life. Once you hire him, his friends get into the life of the band. Are his friends, names to reckon with?


  1. What Is Your Claim To Fame?


Of course, you’d be looking for an experienced manager to be part of the band’s rise to fame. Someone who’s skills in artist management have been tested and has brought success to the artists he has managed. You’d want to know his accomplishments in the music business. What is he bringing to the band? Will he be able to spark good vibes and inspire good change for the group? Can he help make things happen for the band? What is success to him? Is it aligned with the bands idea of success?


  1. What Is Your Vision For The Band?


You’d want to check on his agenda. Some manager may be looking for a band that can make his personal plans come to life. At this point, things have to be clear about what the band’s plans are. Hiring a manager should help shape the vision of the band and not derail it. Yes, there are a lot to be gained from the wisdom of experience. Yes, you’d want the band to grow, evolve and ultimately, achieve fame. There should be one vision and plans should be aligned towards achieving that vision for the band.


Looking for a good manager is not going to be easy. It may very well be a long search. You can keep on looking or you can stop the search and engage the help of the pros. These are professionals with 21 years of experience in the music business. They know what it takes to be a good manager to new talents wanting to make a name in the music business.


With the FPA Management Team  … these professionals have steered the music careers of many songwriterPsychology Articles, artists and bands who are now enjoying fame in the world of music. Check out Your search for a best manager is over!

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