From: Mark A. Johnson, author of “The Musician’s Guide To A Great Live Performance.”
Dear Fellow Artist,
Have you ever been on stage, performing your music, only to discover that the crowd is just not that into you?
Does the audience sometimes seem unimpressed with your show?
Even though your music is good, are there times when you just can’t seem to “grab” the crowd and you don’t know what to say or do to draw them in and win them over?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are certainly not alone. As musicians, we have probably all had that experience. And it’s a really awful feeling, isn’t it? You want the crowd to love you, and when they don’t, it’s embarrassing… and really hard to take.
But the good news is that it’s very likely that the problem is not that you lack talent or passion for your music. It’s much more likely that the problem is in the WAY you present your music (and yourself) to the audience.
If your music is good but the crowd still doesn’t love you, then you have a relationship problem with the audience. You’re just not “connecting” with the people. But that relationship problem is not going to be solved by being a better singer or instrumentalist.
Here’s what I’m talking about… as musicians, we put our hearts and souls into our music and we just want to share it with the rest of the world, but in the real world… it’s just not that easy. As musicians, we would rather focus only on our music… but these other things are all very important to the audience. So getting these things right is crucial when it comes to winning over the crowd. You know, when you think about it… So if you want to be successful, put the audience first in all that you do… not yourself… not even your music. Always put the audience first. Make them your highest priority and they will love you for it.
As musicians, we would rather focus only on our music… but these other things are all very important to the audience. So getting these things right is crucial when it comes to winning over the crowd.
You know, when you think about it…
So if you want to be successful, put the audience first in all that you do… not yourself… not even your music. Always put the audience first. Make them your highest priority and they will love you for it.
IF YOU DON’T SEE TO IT THAT THE AUDIENCE HAS A GOOD TIME AT YOUR LIVE SHOW, THEY PROBABLY WON’T LIKE YOU OR YOUR MUSIC.
If the audience wanted to ONLY listen to music they could stay home and listen to recordings of their favorite songs. But they want more than that. They get up off the couch and go to your live shows to…
That’s why I wrote “The Musician’s Guide To A Great Live Performance”. To teach you what most musicians don’t even realize they don’t know. If you expect to turn the audience members into true fans, you have to engage them on an emotional level and make them understand that you are there just for them. That’s why I say that it takes much more than just music to have a great live show.
“The Musician’s Guide To A Great Live Performance” is available in either Paperback or Digital eBook (PDF) format and comes with a “60-Day, No Hassle, No-Questions-Asked, 100% Money Back Guarantee”
This book contains twenty chapters, each of which is designed to help you master the key performance skills necessary to make the audience love you and your music.
It contains no fluff and no hype… just page after page of practical information you will use to take your music career to the next level. Things like…
Now, I’m not claiming that this book contains a magic formula or an easy fix. It doesn’t. So if that’s what you are looking for, then I can’t help you. Obviously, no one can just read a book and expect to be an overnight success. It takes work. But it will take a lot less work when you learn these powerful techniques. You can apply this knowledge and literally shave years off the time it takes to figure this stuff out on your own. (And the truth is… most musicians will never figure it out on their own.)
You’ll discover how to win over any crowd and make them your friends. And more importantly, you’ll learn how to turn them into true fans… ticket buying, merchandise buying, adoring fans!
How Good Would A Little Fame Feel?”
Don’t waste all the months and years of hard work you’ve put into developing your musical talent just because you don’t know how to present your music to the audience in the best way possible. You owe it to yourself (and your music) to discover how to really grab the crowd and make them love what you do.
Now, forgive me for sounding a little overly dramatic here, but… think of what it may cost you in the future if you don’t have this knowledge. What will your show look like a year from now? Will it be any better than it is now? Will you have more fans than you have now? Will you be making more money with your music than you are now? Or will you still be struggling along… trying to figure out why people aren’t crazy about you and your music?
The purchase of this book is not an expense… it’s a tiny investment in your musical future that can have a tremendous impact on your popularity and success.
You know, I believe that once you’ve read my book, you will probably know more about entertaining a crowd than 95% of the musicians on the planet. I put these entertainment principles, tips and techniques in the book to show you EXACTLY what the most successful musicians do to connect with their audiences… so YOU can have an amazing show yourself. You’ll save yourself years of guesswork and frustration.
“The Musician’s Guide To A Great Live Performance” is available in either Paperback or Digital eBook (PDF) format.
P.S. If you are serious about your music, then you MUST understand how to make a real, emotional connection with the people in the crowd in ways that you can never do with your music alone. If the audience doesn’t like you AS A PERSON then it won’t really matter how good of a musician you are. In this book you’ll discover how to win them over and turn them into real fans. Your competition is going to hate you for learning this stuff… but the crowds are going to love you!
P.P.S. I’m so certain you’ll love my book that I’m willing to put my money where my mouth is. Your purchase is totally risk free thanks to my 60 day, no-questions-asked, 100% money back guarantee.